Google’s core algorithm update continues to deliver fluctuating results

Google released a major ranking algorithm update on March 7th. People are still noticing changes that are related to that update.

The March update was one of Google’s biggest updates we’ve seen in a while. The update seems to focus on the quality of websites. If your website has been impacted negatively, follow the steps below to recover your rankings:

Google core algorithm update March 2018

How to recover your rankings after Google’s March core ranking algorithm update

You have to enhance the quality of your web pages. If you want to get high rankings, you have to fix all quality problems of your website.

1. Perform an in depth-analysis of your website

Crawl your web pages like Google would crawl your web pages and remove all errors that are found during the process. The website audit tool in SEOprofiler crawls your web pages just like Google’s crawler and it also shows you the things that you have to correct.

2. Improve your web page content and remove aggressive ads

Remove low quality content from your web pages. Try to create high-quality content that is so good that other people want to link to it. High quality pages get much better rankings than average pages. Make sure that the content is relevant to the topic of your website.

It’s okay to run ads on your website. It’s not okay to use disruptive, aggressive, or even deceptive ads. Remove these ads from your web pages.

3. Get honest feedback

Ask other people to review your website. Don’t ask friends and family but people who aren’t afraid to tell you the truth. There’s a good change that you will find out that you have to change some things on your website to make it more user-friendly.

Fix your web pages now

Google’s March core algorithm update was a major update. Monitor the rankings of your web pages to find out if your website has been affected by the update. The tools in SEOprofiler help you to improve the quality of your pages, and they also help you to get better links. If you haven’t done it yet, try SEOprofiler now:

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Tom Cassy

Tom Cassy is the CEO of SEOprofiler. He blogs about search engine optimization and website marketing topics at “”.