Updates need to be refreshed regularly, Danny explained, and we may not be notified when it happens. It is very important to understand this. If you are affected by an update, you should work to improve the site and content over time and wait for the update. You may not see much improvement until this refresh happens. There are currently regular refreshes. Unlike major updates, given the more limited nature of the content covered here, we may not always release refreshes when they occur. So in general, sites should follow the advice and keep working on it (the same goes for major updates!) Also, John Mueller explained in the Search Center hangout,
He wouldn't be a little surprised if the algorithm made it into the core network rankings. This is just another reason to address the situation now and try to improve your website significantly. Here's a video of Google's John Mueller explaining it. which is now similar to product review updates. Barry introduced 2 points today that are important for website owners to Industry Email List understand. 1) Product review updates are updated periodically (may not be published). So keep trying to improve yourself...it's not real time. 2) Discover's visibility may be affected by updates. I have an amazing example.
Also explains that updating product reviews affects Discover's visibility Google also explains that updating product reviews affects Discover's visibility (like extended core updates). This re-emphasizes the point I made earlier about Google rating sites or sections more broadly. It's not uncommon for sites affected by general core updates to see a lot of fluctuations in Discover,