In 2016 Google will launch a different algorithm, which means that websites will then be rated according to the facts they have – if they’re accurate or not. That way, external factors are going to weigh much more when in comparison with internal factors. The ranting of Wikipedia on almost every research that is done on Google has shown that the new algorithm isn’t actually a new idea from Google, since the company has been valuing valid facts.
Google has now an enormous database that contains a lot of knowledge, almost the entire knowledge of the human kind, and that’s how it’s going to check the accuracy of the information on the websites. So, since Google will be using the Knowledge Vault, there is going to be a software for checking online content.
That way the websites will be ranked in two very distinct positions: • The ones without any wrong information will be given a high Knowledge Based Trust Score, • The websites containing wrong information and data won’t receive high scores, but rather low. It doesn’t matter if your website is worldwide known, just what it really contains. That way there aren’t going to be more websites giving wrong information and if they are people aren’t going to visit them often
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