We know that Google wants to align their results with the websites that make searchers happy. We expect to see more and more ranking factors that align with this - whether based on actual usage data, machine-learned equivalents, or simply from evaluating algorithm changes based on their impacts on usage. But on our journey to that point, it's important to realize that changes made to improve conversion rate or UX could harm search performance, and vice versa. How do we navigate this complexity? That's what Will is going to be covering.