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Google and Yandex search engine filters are tools that help users find the information they need. They allow you to filter out unnecessary results and narrow your search.

How filters work

Filters work based on keywords and phrases that the user enters. Search engines analyze these words and phrases and select relevant results.

Filter types

There are different types of filters that can be used in Google and Yandex search engines. For example, you can filter the results by publication date, content type, or language.

How to use filters

To use filters in Google and Yandex search engines, you need to go to the advanced search and select the desired options. You can also use special search operators in the query string.

Examples of using filters

For example, if you want to find information about news in Russia for the last month, you can use the filter by publication date and select the period “last month”. You can also filter the results by language and select “Russian”.

Google and Yandex search engine filters are a handy tool for finding the information you need. They allow you to filter out unnecessary results and narrow your search. Use filters to find what you need faster.

Search engine filters Google and Yandex

This is a fight against violations on the site, attempts to bypass search engine algorithms and manipulate both the search engine and the user.

1. Little content

Essentially, low content content (or "shallow" content as many people call it) is devoid of "meat" or real content and actively discourages actual interaction with your site.

From the perspective of the search engine industry, such shallow content can mean duplicate or similar content. It can also include any pages that are cluttered with a lot of navigational/and/or promotional elements and not enough actual text.

2. Disguise

Masking means masking a site so that the version that search engines see and perceive is completely different from the site itself. Because masking is a deliberate attempt at subterfuge and lures the user where they don't want to go, most of the major search engines consider it outright anathema and can result in severe penalties, mainly because it is an attempt to manipulate both the search engine and how its users .

3. Redirect

Sometimes a website may show users a certain link, but when he or she clicks on it, the page simply redirects them to another page and another.

However, not all sites do this on purpose. Sometimes a site can be hacked and traffic will be redirected to other sites.

4. Re-optimize your site with keywords

This particular method of spamming has been around for about as long as search engines have existed. At the most basic level, Google, Bing, Yahoo, and other search engines look for the keywords that generate your query. One way to do this is to simply repeat the same word over and over right at the bottom of the site. Sometimes users do not even bother to read to the end, as all this text is redundant.

5. Hidden text

Many people take the next logical step from keyword stuffing to completely hiding text. The usual method is to "mask" the keyword using the same color as the background of the website. So the keyword will only be visible when that part is highlighted.

6. Too much advertising

Some sites try to generate income by placing huge amounts of ads right on the first page.

Algorithms have one goal - to weed out such websites that spoil the user experience when he goes to the site. Using too many banners and ads on top of content can result in penalties.

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