13 March 2017
There appears to be a link related Google algorithm update occurring right now in search engine results.
With significant forum chatter & no confirmation from Google, it’s difficult to determine if this update is targeting spammy links, low quality content, or something else.
Gary Illyes has confirmed that Google’s RankBrain signals are influenced by a number of factors such as query, user intent. Location seems to also be another factor however this is yet to confirmed.
GA is currently facing issues with Google supported Accelerated Mobile Page tracking, witnessing inaccurate data for key metrics such as pageviews & bounce rates.
Research conducted by Think With Google has identified that as a mobile-page load time goes from 1 to 7 seconds, the likelihood of users bouncing off the site increases by 113%.
Read the full report here.
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