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We've seen a 50% drop in Search traffic post-broad core algorithm update 3 Recommended Answers 77 Replies 140 Upvotes
Last edited 6/14/19
The day after the broad core algorithm update (June 3rd) we saw a massive drop in Search traffic from Google (lost 50% of daily traffic). This was a drop over the course of 24-hours and we have not made any changes to the site. Further, we saw our Discover traffic drop by 90% and has not improved. This is across all verticals, devices, AMP and Non-AMP.
My site is: dailymail.co.uk
What's bizarre is that we have a much more pronounced decline in the UK vs. the US. This is weird b/c the UK is our home region and historical drops have always been much more prominent in the US.
Further, on June 2nd we saw a blip for a few hours when our Google Bot traffic almost disappeared, before returning again. Could possibly be related? On the same day traffic from google-mediapartners shot up for a short while before returning to normal.
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