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Google Tests Indenting Search Results From Same Domain

Google is testing indenting search results snippets from within the same domain...

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Google Publishes Timelines For Privacy Sandbox Proposals

APIs for each use case are projected to be available for adoption in Q4 2022.Ple...

July 23, 2021 / SEO

Google Link Spam Update Is Here

Google said it began rolling out a new algorithm update for Google Search named...

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Recap Of The Google Search Central Unconference 2021

A few weeks ago marked the second Google Search Central Unconference edition, al...

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  • Google Search Advocates Aren't Suppose To Know About Ranking Anymore

    Martin Splitt from Google said something I found very interesting in his video hangout from the other day. At the 25 minute mark, Martin said that his team technically now is "not supposed to know much about ranking." Historically the team did, but not after he joined in 2018. Continue reading Google Search Advocates Aren't Suppose To Know About Ranking Anymore

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  • Google To Allow Cryptocurrency Ads Starting August 3rd

    Google announced that beginning on August 3, 2021 it will allow advertisers to use Google Ads to promote their Cryptocurrency Exchanges and Wallets in the United States. To do so, you need to be a registered financial company, comply with laws and comply with the other Google Ads policies. Continue reading Google To Allow Cryptocurrency Ads Starting August 3rd

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  • Google Podcast: Deeper Insight Into Serving & More Fun Tidbits

    I have to say, I love these Search Off The Record podcasts because they always contain really useful details on how Google Search works and the hosts are always fun to listen to, when they chat together. In this episode we have the regulars John Mueller, Martin Splitt, and Gary Illyes but Daniel Waisberg joined in this week. Continue reading Google Podcast: Deeper Insight Into Serving & More Fun Tidbits

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  • Google June 2021 Core Update Is Live - So Far, We Are Not Noticing Much

    The time has come - Google has finally released another broad core update - this one is named the June 2021 Core Update. This update started rolling out yesterday, June 2, 2021 and it came just about six months after the last core update, which was the December 2020 core update. So far, this update doesn't seem to have made a big impact - so far. Continue reading Google June 2021 Core Update Is Live - So Far, We Are Not Noticing Much

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  • Google Does Not Confirm More Updates To Reduce Fear, Worry & Anxiety?

    Do you think Google thinks about how webmasters, SEOs, site owners, publishers would react when it confirms a Google Search algorithm update, prior to announcing it? Does Google think about the worry, fear or anxiety it might cause by confirming or pre-announcing an update? Continue reading Google Does Not Confirm More Updates To Reduce Fear, Worry & Anxiety?

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  • 6 Months Since The Last Google Core Update, Google Will Announce When A New Update Is Released

    It is just about six months since the last Google core update (5 weeks and 25 days) since the December 2020 core update. We have not had a core update in all of 2021. And no, Google did not release any official core update this year, despite all those unconfirmed updates. Continue reading 6 Months Since The Last Google Core Update, Google Will Announce When A New Update Is Released

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  • Google Search Tests Learn More Instead Of People Also Ask

    Valentin Pletzer noticed that Google has been testing replacing the "people also ask" header on the search feature with a "learn more" header. I shared his screenshot he shared on Twitter below. At the same time, I have been hearing reports that Google may be showing the people also ask box less often, maybe it is related to this test or maybe not? Continue reading Google Search Tests Learn More Instead Of People Also Ask

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  • Reminder: Google Prefers To Neutralize Bad Links Automatically

    I know we covered this topic countless times but just another reminder, Google prefers to "neutralize" bad links and neutralize spam as opposed to penalize you for those bad links or spam. That means that Google will ignore it, like it isn't there. Continue reading Reminder: Google Prefers To Neutralize Bad Links Automatically

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  • New From Google Marketing Live: Hotel Ads, Local Ad Campaigns, Product Feeds, Customer Match & More

    Google announced a slew of new features and tools at its Google Marketing Livestream event yesterday. This includes new features for hotel ads, local campaigns, local inventory ads, customer match, insight page upgrades, performance max, product feeds, tROARS and more. Continue reading New From Google Marketing Live: Hotel Ads, Local Ad Campaigns, Product Feeds, Customer Match & More

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  • Google Search Console Regular Expressions Gets Exclusions Support

    Google launched the ability to use regular expressions to do advanced filtering in Google Search Console in April. But what was not supported was the ability to use regular expressions to exclude patterns in your filters. Google added support for negative matching using regular expressions in the performance reports yesterday. Continue reading Google Search Console Regular Expressions Gets Exclusions Support

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