What exactly was improved? That is hard to say but Google did drop more hints. Hosted third-party content Google added a new section to its help document on the helpful content update on the topic of hosted third-party content. It reads, “If you host third-party content on your main site or in your subdomains. Understand that such content may be included in site-wide. Signals we generate, such as the helpfulness. Of content. For this reason, if that content is largely independent. Of the main site’s purpose or produced without close. Supervision or the involvement of the primary site, we recommend that it should. Be blocked from being indexed by Google.” To be clear, this is not really new advice. In 2019, we reported that.
Google’s thoughts of hosting
Third-party content on other sites. It’s not against our guidelines. Overall, we’d recommend against letting others use subdomains or subfolders with content presented as if it is part of the Singapore Mobile Number List main site, without close supervision or the involvement of the primary site. Our guidance is if you want the best success with Search, provide value-added content from your own efforts that reflect your own brand.” Google stated in a three-part tweet. Gary Illyes from the Google Search team added more background on why.
Google now added this section
To the helpful content documentation. “We’ve heard (and also noticed) that some sites “rent out” their. Subdomains or sometimes even subdirectories to third-parties, typically. Quality micro-sites that have nothing to do with the Spain Phone Number List parent site. In fact the micro-sites are rarely ever. Linked from the parent sites, which don’t actually want to endorse. These often questionable sites. The only reason the owners of these shady (?) micro-sites. Rent the sub-spaces is to manipulate search results He posted on LinkedIn. Note: This was a help documentation. Helpful content algorithm system.