Google has put together a brand-new help file on SafeSearch where it merged a lot of content into a single page around this topic. It likewise added content around how SafeSearch works and a brand-new section for fixing that includes some details, as I also reported on Search Engine Land on Sunday.As a pointer, SafeSearch is what Google causes its adult filter for search. SafeSearch when switched on will filter out explicit sex of any type, pornography, nudity, or violence is what I discovered to be interesting and potentially brand-new when it pertains to SafeSearch.Machine Learning: “Googles automated systems utilize machine knowing and a range of signals to recognize explicit material, consisting of words on the hosting web page and in links.”
Group content: If you have a blended website with both non-adult and adult material, then use a separate domain or subdomain or subfolder to assist Google determine what to filter out – this is not brand-new info. (not brand-new).
When you dont group material: If you do not group your adult material like this, Google might simply label your whole website under SafeSearch (not new).
Timline: It can take 2 to 3 months for Google to update its SafeSearch information for your site (not new).
Blurred image: If you are blurring explicit images on a page, the page may still be deemed explicit if the image can be unblurred or results in an unblurred image. (new to me).
Medical images: Understand that if you have nudity for whatever reason– even to illustrate a medical treatment– the intent doesnt negate the explicit nature of that content. (not brand-new).
Feature loss: Note that specific content isnt qualified for some search functions, such as rich bits, included bits, or video sneak peeks. Find out more about Search function policies. (not brand-new) Anyway, now all these details remain in a single document.Forum conversation at Twitter.