A major Google Search Algorithm update dropped at the start of June, and they have also been throwing in a few layout tests on the side, some nice and some questionable. There’s also some controversy and callouts being thrown around regarding a few major companies’ positions on user privacy.
This week you’ll see some recent information on (hopefully the end of) the Google indexing problems they have been experiences lately. There have also been a few little Google search page changes rolling out, as well as some powerful tools for SEOs.
It’s all Google this week: More information regarding Google’s recent reporting bug, some exciting additions to Google’s search results page along with new structured data, updates to GoogleBot, and more!
As usual, it was another big week in search. We saw layout changes, algo updates, deindexing bugs and a whole lot more.
Plenty of interesting things popping up in Search and SEO this week, and controversies across the board from merging social platforms to employee activism. But before we get to that, just a quick reminder that Beanstalk CEO Dave Davies will be taking the stage on January 31 at SMX West talking mam vs. machine on […]
News all across the board again with a handful of new features implemented across Google’s services, some insightful pieces on SEO, and a couple controversies.
Black Friday related news is prevalent this week (for obvious reasons), as well as some interesting changes Google has made with showing media in their search results.
Lots of topics across the board this week. From small cosmetic changes in Google to major tool updates, as well as some insightful opinion pieces, there’s a whole lot of reading to be done here.