The June 2021 core update that was announced on June 2, came to be noticed as an extraordinary one. We can conclude that the SEO community didn’t notice the sudden changes made. The rollout came to be seen as remarkably slow or even a stalled one.
Many Data providers opinionated that this respective update brought about fluctuations that lasted for days. Google reported that most of the core updates would soon start to roll out over a period of 14 days. However, this update started with a delay and corresponding changes in ranking and traffic was reflected after a while!
It’s a global update. No specific mentions were made to any region, language or category of web sites.It is highly regarded as a classic “broad core update”.
Google mentioned that the update two different core updates will launch in one month after the next.
With yet another update coming in a month, whatever gains or losses you acquired from the June 2021 core update, may reverse itself next month.
Page experience update is said to roll out in mid-June. Though page experience can’t be regarded as a major factor to decide site rankings, confusion may arise on its proportionality with core updates.
It is still a vague idea why the rollout took so long to be noticed. The SEO community started to notice changes. Huge drops or gains were witnessed by some sites but others didn’t see much changes. It seems like this core update, at least part one of it, was weaker than some past core updates according to some data providers, but others saw this to be a stronger update.
With no proactive measures revealed by Google on how to tackle a site rank dropping, and if you are hit, it’s best to keep calm and wait for the consecutive update that’s due soon, and hopefully, things may turn out to be better. Weft Technologies shares the latest updates and stay tuned for more updates!