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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: Vlog #43: Jim Boykin - The Ultimate Link Building Guru Shares Sage Advice[2]Jim Boykin from Internet Marketing Ninjas invited me to his office to sit down and chat about links. The funny thing is, he came to my office like 15 years ago to build links, no...

Jim Boykin from Internet Marketing Ninjas[1] invited me to his office to sit down and chat about links. The funny thing is, he came to my office like 15 years ago to build links, no joke. His company does a lot of content marketing, where the company no longer just does link building but builds out great content for his customers. Here is one of the pioneers of link building; lumping him with Eric Ward, Morgan Carey,...

Google's John Mueller had to say on Twitter[1] that "URL length is not a ranking fraction." He was told that a CMS autogenerates URLs that are often longer than what is recommended for SEO. Now, what is recommended for SEO in terms of length? Maybe for usability, keeping your URLs short and sweet is a good thing. But Google can crawl and process pretty long URLs. Here is John's tweet: URL length is not a ranking fraction. — 🍌 John...

Google's John Mueller said that if you can, it is best to use the rel=sponsored link attribute on your affiliate links. You can still use nofollow or combine them if you want, but it would make things clearer for Google if you uses rel=sponsored. Here is John's tweet[1]: Yep. And definitely use rel=sponsored for affiliate links, if you can. And to be more complete: affiliate links are not bad. It's fine to monetize your site. Google's OK with...

Back in December, Google announced[1] an update to the top stories section[2] and some of those screen shots showed descriptions, not just an image and title and site name, in the snippet section of the top stories. Well, now I see descriptions in some top stories cards. Brian Freiesleben spotted this and posted it on Twitter[3] asking if it is new. Well, Google announced in a couple of months ago but I am not sure if it...

Yesterday we covered a feature that shows "see the connection[1]" between two entities and/or people in Google's knowledge panel. Google has been doing this for the past few weeks according to Mordy Oberstein and he shared more examples of this in action. As he said on Twitter[2], if you search for [johnny depp tom petty[3]] in Google, you will see it in action. Not only is the knowledge panel on the right side a merged one with...

Martin Splitt from Google said on Twitter that the new name for the user agent for GoogleBot should now be 100% live. The new user agent name is dynamic, meaning, it will show the latest version of Chrome that GoogleBot is using to crawl and render your web pages. He said on Twitter[1] "The UA should have rolled out to 100% by now, btw." Update: See the update below, this is not 100% 100%. :) The UA should...

Michael Wyszomierski, aka Wysz, who has been at Google since 2006[1] and was part of the spam fighting team with Matt Cutts, shared a photo on Instagram of the Google boat at the Kirkland office. The Kirkland office is where the original Google Search Console (Webmaster Tools) team was based, now they are in Israel. In any event, Wysz said on Instagram[2] "I've never been on a boat with a better Internet connection." This post is part of...

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: February 2020 Google Webmaster Report[2]The past 30-days or so in the Google webmaster universe was pretty intense. The bigger items were the confirmed and super big January 2020 core update, the favicon and black ad label release on desktop and then a step back on that, and...

The past 30-days or so in the Google webmaster universe was pretty intense. The bigger items were the confirmed and super big January 2020 core update[1], the favicon and black ad label[2] release on desktop and then a step back on that[3], and Google deduplicating featured snippets[4]. But there was a lot more than just those three big items. On the Google search ranking side; we had that January 2020 core update[5] that was pretty big, but...