The Google News team made an interesting post titled â? Psstâ? Secrets | Google News exposed! Â?? in the official Google blog. The post explained about various myths and facts of Google News. Posted by Andy Golding, Google Software Engineer, Andy also shared about how Google include and publish (range) of articles in Google News.
Directly from the myths and facts explained.
1. Article updated once ATI? S included in Google News helps senior positions.
False, according to current Google News crawler Google doesn?? T journal articles. Each article / story drawn only once to change or update the article will not, in fact, the changes you make will not be displayed on the Google News site. Google Crawler Hopefully new features will soon return to the site.
2. Positioning the image side of the paper improves the classification.
False, Google images are included in the results of new and displayed alongside the new, but can not read images and text classification depends exclusively with his knowledge and not on the images in the news.
3. All items with photos and video are included.
Certainly, the crawler can not read flash, videos, photos and other multimedia content. So ATI? Its because if you doesn new version or in the article?? It does not contain the text accompanying the images or multimedia content, then it will be included in all new in the results.
4. Time is an important factor for inclusion.
False, Google's robots are often looking for content related to news and best stories. There are many factors that Google's algorithms take into account and choose the best articles of association for the classification. Publication of items before, after or between any event donâ? T improve the chances of qualifying at all.
5. Items with Google AdSense ads rank high in Google News.
False, but the most discussed topic among webmasters, not only for the Google News ranking, but also for organic Google search results too. Google has always denied these allegations and, according to spokesman Goolge, â? Do not use AdSense? It has no impact on our ability to monitor or classification of their items. We try to stay as objective as possible and giving sites with our ads product a boost, so it Wouldn?? T be very objective! Â??
6. Sitemap creation assistance.
Certainly not Sitemaps can help achieve top rankings, but will certainly do otherwise, as metadata for our newspaper, stating the new category will appear, detailing the elements that must appear in Google News, etc.
7. Reform or change in the structure of the site may affect my coverage of news in the rankings.
It is true that any radical change in the presentation of the website design or construction, etc. can cause problems with tracking your item and therefore a more complete coverage of New Google may be affected.