Google considers content to be relevant if it is closely related to the keywords or phrases that a user is searching for and provides valuable information on the topic. Google’s algorithms analyze the content on a website to determine its relevance and quality, taking into account factors such as the title, headings, and overall structure of the content, as well as the quality and relevance of any external links.

Google also looks at user behavior to determine the relevance of a website’s content. For example, if a lot of users click on a particular website in search results and then spend a long time on the site, this can signal to Google that the website’s content is relevant and useful. On the other hand, if users quickly leave a website after clicking on it in search results, this can indicate that the website’s content is not relevant or useful.

Overall, Google’s goal is to provide users with the most relevant and useful search results possible, so it continually updates and improves its algorithms to better understand and evaluate the relevance and quality of a website’s content.