What Does Google’s ‘Helpful Content’ Update Mean for Content?by@kingabimbola
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What Does Google’s ‘Helpful Content’ Update Mean for Content?

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Google’s Helpful Content is an algorithmic update from Google that will analyze content and shadow-ban the ones riddled with keywords and SEO-influenced text that do not contain meaningful/relevant information. The update is an algorithm by Google that would crawl (search) content to see if the pages from a search contain information that a user seeks when they perform a search query. While some pages would be successfully indexed, many others won’t. Google's Helpful Content intends to help blogs and sites, whose main aim is to give out information, improve the value of their content.

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