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Google took 2.9 million manual actions on web spam in 2020, relatively less than in 2019

Google took 2.9 million manual actions on web spam in 2020, relatively less than in 2019

Nearly a year after the tech giant Google released its annual Internet spam report in June 2020, the company recently released another non-share report, which provides the measures the company has taken to address Internet spam in the past year Insights. The highlight of the additional report is that compared with the number of manual actions taken in 2019 that exceeded the number of algorithm-based actions, the actions taken by Google are largely automated by its algorithms.

More than 140 million messages were submitted to website owners through the search console. Due to the existence of new websites created to help homeowners during the pandemic, this number exceeds the 2019 figure. A total of 2.9 million of these released projects have been released. It was also found that the figure of 2.9 million was lower than the previous one.

In any comparison, teamwork is an important factor. As the team’s efforts have grown and the evaluation has produced better results, Google, as a technology giant, has recognized the team’s work throughout the year in helping users prevent malicious website access. In addition to blocking users, the Search Console team also helps build websites with better content to minimize spam while keeping the atmosphere active.

In order to protect everyone from spam, Search Console training was introduced to enable students to create tools that Google can take to ensure that this opportunity is not missed. When other content is available, Google Search Central will be launched and all related blogs and support channels will be transferred to a centralized resource, which can be used to report spam activities, such as system malware or hacking. This is a successful move because the number of reports has been increasing since then.

This setup helps companies (and even small companies) to get a better overview. Product experts are the true backbone of the booth and deal with most of the topics shared in the booth forum. These forums were later expanded to include many different communities, which continue to receive help from product experts. These experts also held training sessions with the Google team to share their insights. This report is not only about the actions taken by the company, but also about Google’s willingness to integrate its community on a platform to provide a safe user experience.

Google took 2.9 million manual actions on web spam in 2020,  relatively less than in 2019

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LAST THOUGHTS:

Nearly a year after the tech giant Google released its annual Internet spam report in June 2020, the company recently released another non-share report, which provides the measures the company has taken to address Internet spam in the past year Insights. The highlight of the additional report is that compared with the number of manual actions taken in 2019 that exceeded the number of algorithm-based actions, the actions taken by Google are largely automated by its algorithms. Due to the existence of new websites created to help homeowners during the pandemic, this number exceeds the 2019 figure.

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