Gary Illyes from Google threw out a term, he made up, Google does not use it internally I think he said, called “baby algorithms.” His point with the term is that when SEOs say EAT, there is no EAT algorithm. But rather there are many algorithms, call them baby algorithms, that look at many signals that may interpret parts of EAT.
Hence the name baby algorithms has been coined by Gary.
— Grant Simmons (@simmonet) October 10, 2019
“We have probably millions of baby algorithms and they act differently. They might do something that triggers more crawls on certain sites. It solely depends on the algo and what it’s trying to do.” #Pubcon
— WooRank (@woorank) October 10, 2019
I’ll get more into this soon but for now, Gary coined a term called baby algorithms. But trust me, some of those baby algorithms are mean. 🙂
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