Home » Blogging » What Google’s “In-Depth Articles” Algorithm Means for Your Content Strategy About 10% of the people using search engines try to gain detailed knowledge over a particular topic, and the engine should not disappoint them. This is what Google quoted last month while releasing the latest “In-depth algorithm update” for its visitors. A perfect search engine needs to provide the complete detailed knowledge at the right time when it is required, and we all completely agree with this statement from Jon Wiley. Google has always tried to be customer oriented, and to fulfill this purpose, it has never stopped posing threats to the web owners like us. To understand how these new algorithms work, I did a bit of research myself, and I’ll try to share some of my vital knowledge with my readers. What an “In-Depth” Article Actually is? Most of the people often take help of search engines to know a basic outline of a particular subject, but we have no shortage of experts who try to get to the roots of specific topics and understand it in a broader sense. An article containing the complete information on a subject from full head to toe…
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