And it’s here. A major change to Google’s algorithm rolled out, as can be seen here thanks to RankRanger’s monitoring tool:

July 2019 Google Algorithm Update – Live Timeline

Here’s how the July algorithm rolled out:

The Google Maverick Update?

On July 29, 2019, someone informed me that some people are calling this the “Google Maverick Update”. I’m not sure what the reasoning is behind this or who came up with it, but maybe it was due to the unorthodox nature of the algorithm shift.

As of July 20, 2019, Google search engine results pages were as quiet as a mouse, which is unlike the behavior of normal updates.

Was your site impacted in July 2019?

While we have access to well over 100 Google Analytics accounts, we are always seeking more information and data. If you have any input on this algorithm update or experienced a change in rankings or noticeable impact on your traffic, please post in the comments below.

Since none of my sites or clients were impacted and most of us in the SEO community are having trouble finding good examples of sites impacted, there’s not much digging left to do. If I obtain any new information on this update, I’ll be sure to add it to this article.  ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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