SEOs rejoice! After only just 10 days, Google’s June 2021 Core Update has completed its rollout, potentially setting a record for the quickest core update rollout ever. For context, typically, most core updates take a minimum of two weeks to finish being implemented.
According to Search Engine Round Table, Google began rolling out the most recent core update on June 2nd, and it was completed by June 12th.
The news was only just confirmed yesterday by Google’s public search liaison, Danny Sullivan, on Twitter. The late announcement comes as a bit of a surprise, but Google is known to find ways to keep us on our toes.
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— Danny Sullivan (@dannysullivan) June 15, 2021
The timing of this is interesting, as SEOs and search tools began picking up on significant ranking fluctuations on June 11 and June 12. At the time it was believed that this was caused by another small, unconfirmed update, but now, it seems more likely that the core update finishing its rollout had something to do with it.
Now that we have official confirmation that the June 2021 Core Update is done rolling out, we can rest easy and stay tuned for the next one!