Optimizing your Google search results with Google’s own search engine optimization algorithms is a great way to increase the speed of your search.
The company told TechCrunch today that it’s working on a new initiative called Google Optimized Sites that aims to bring those search engines to its webpages faster.
It’s not the first time Google has come under fire from its users, however.
A year ago, it was accused of slowing down its search results in response to complaints from users.
Now Google has taken the opposite tack, arguing that it needs to make sure its own search results are up to par in order to keep the search engine competitive.
“Our goal with Google Optimised Sites is to increase our ranking, as we’ve seen from the rapid growth of Google’s search engine,” a spokesperson for Google told Tech Crunch.
“This includes improving the speed at which Google results load and improving our ranking with a higher percentage of Google products and services.”
Google said that it hopes to deliver its first Google Optimization Services feature to its users sometime in 2017.
As for what Google will deliver, the company’s marketing team has already started looking into ways to improve the speed and accuracy of its search engines.
The spokesperson didn’t give a timeframe for when these new services will roll out.