An SEO professional asked John about their website quality.
They have been having issues with Google Search Console where they have multiple pages getting discovered but they are not indexed.
They have been working on improving the quality of their pages and were wondering what the timeframe is in terms of Google picking up all of the quality changes.
John replied that bigger quality changes on a website take a bit of time for Google’s systems to assimilate the website quality changes.
He advised that it’s best to roll out most major changes at once, because it takes Google a few months to understand the new quality changes.
You don’t want to roll out changes, then find out that you may end up needing to improve it again, because then you have to wait a few more months for Google to understand all of the new changes.
This happens at approximately the 42:30 mark in the video.