Long before this Internet stuff, the former Britain leader Winston Churchill verbally stressed the importance of change. Fast-forward to today – the search engine behemoth catches up with his wise saying in Google’s May 2020 core algorithm update. In a nutshell, a core update is a set of changes to how Google’s search algorithms work. They are different from those thousands of minor tweaks that the company’s developers make as they sip their morning coffee. Core updates affect the entire system, including the search rankings of most websites out there. These changes are not something you’ll need to get through only once in a lifetime. They are usually rolled out a couple of times every year, meaning that Google doesn’t tread water. It keeps improving its systems to provide searchers with the most up-to-the-point results – similar to how we all do SEO to improve our websites for users.