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Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable[1] and other search forums on the web. Search Engine Roundtable Stories: Microsoft Advertising Editor Has Been Redesigned[2]Microsoft announced that it has redesigned the Microsoft Advertising Editor, formerly known as Bing Ads Editor. This is available for both Windows and Mac. Google: We Do Not Penalize Sites Using Old School HTML & Tables[3]Google's John Mueller had to say on Twitter...

Microsoft announced[1] that it has redesigned the Microsoft Advertising Editor, formerly known as Bing Ads Editor. This is available for both Windows and Mac. Here is what the new version looks like: Bing also added five new recommendation features in the editor including fix campaigns that are limited by budget, set estimated mainline bids, add new keywords, fix ad groups that don’t have any ads and fix ad groups that don’t have any keywords. The company also added...

Google's John Mueller had to say on Twitter[1] again that Google does not penalize sites using old school HTML, like old table designs or invalid HTML. He said "no, we don't penalize sites that use old-school (or invalid, table-designs, etc) HTML." Here is the tweet: 1 - no, we don't penalize sites that use old-school (or invalid, table-designs, etc) HTML. 2 - I'm not sure what you mean with "boilerplater sites". — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) November 18, 2019[2] Google...

I mentioned this before, but did you know that Bing has been using BERT since April of this year. That is about 6-months prior to when Google started[1] using it. Also, Bing said in this blog[2] post that BERT like "models are now applied to every Bing search query globally." Google only applies it to English queries in the US right now and only of that, 10% of those queries, and all featured snippets. Here is what...

Martin Splitt of Google said on stage at SMX East[1] that Google won't request Google Analytics and many other ad scripts when crawling your site. This saves in terms of resources and crawl efficiency. I asked Martin later on to list out all the things GoogleBot won't crawl specifically, because it is useful to know. The only issue with that request is that it probably constantly changes and Google adds more and more to that list. But...

A bunch of folks are asking Googlers like Danny Sullivan and John Mueller if they can confirm that Google did an update over the weekend[1]. Both Danny and John basically said Google is always making updates. Danny posted on Twitter[2] when asked about this update "We always have changes that happen, plus the web results will naturally change as the web's content changes." We always have changes that happen, plus the web results will naturally change as the...

Here is a photo of a guy named Fionn McSwiney giving a talk at the Google Dublin office about fitness and wellbeing. This happened on "wellness day" at Google he said. Hard to see how many Googlers attended but he seemed happy giving the talk. He posted this one Instagram[1] and wrote "Definitely one of the cooler corporate gigs I’ve had. ⠀Thanks to @roslynmurph & legal team @google for inviting me in for their wellness day. I...

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable[1] and other search forums on the web. Search Engine Roundtable Stories: Yet More Google Search Ranking Algorithm Tremors Over The Weekend[2]It has been one rocky month with both Google organic search ranking updates and local search ranking updates. This weekend there is chatter and signals of yet another Google search ranking algorithm update this weekend. The chatter started...

I surprised John Mueller (@JohnMu[1]) as he was starting a Google webmaster help video and took over the video and turned it into a vlog and video interview about John Mueller. John Mueller is a Webmaster Trends Analysts at Google Switzerland and is incredibly well known for his support for the SEO and webmaster community both on Twitter[2], the forums, blog posts[3] and probably most so on the Google Webmaster YouTube channel[4]. I decided to ask him...

It has been one rocky month with both Google organic search ranking updates[1] and local search ranking updates[2]. This weekend there is chatter and signals of yet another Google search ranking algorithm update this weekend. The chatter started Friday and has continued through the weekend and even the tools are showing fluctuations. So far it doesn't seem massive right now, but we will continue to watch the chatter today and see what people wake up to from...