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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 14)

Google has announced[1] it has postponed the Google Webmaster Conferences that it was planning to host throughout the year in regions where many cannot find SEO conferences. Gary Illyes from Google said "To wit, with the growing concern around coronavirus and in line with the travel guidelines published by WHO, the CDC, and other organizations, we are postponing all Webmaster Conference events globally." Google added that it will hopefully only have to postpone these events until later...

Google's John Mueller said there is currently no official "mechanism to block indexing of a part of a page." There are "hacky ways" he said but nothing official from Google like a googleon/googleoff tag that is supported[1] only for the Google Search Appliance, not Google web search (the public search engine). Of course, he added, you can use new nosnippet controls[2] to hide what content Google shows for your search results snippets. But you cannot stop Google...

Google launched key moments for videos[1] in the Google search results last September. But generally you only see one video that shows the "in this video" key moments timeline in search. Brodie Clark posted a screen shot on Twitter[2] showing it come up numerous times for several videos. I cannot replicate this. So I am assuming this was a bug and not a feature. I mean, that is just too much, too much for searchers to see...

Google has some signs around the NYC office for its scooters. These signs basically say slow down, do not go too fast. The signs read "This isn't Fast & Furious XXVI. Check your speed." It adds, Scooters are for Googlers only. Thanks for remembering to park your scooters in the designated areas and to always ride towards the center. I found this photo on Instagram[1]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[2] column,...

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: Possible March 10th Google Search Algorithm Update[2]I am seeing some chatter from March 9th through March 11th (today) about a possible Google search algorithm update. The chatter is not explosive but there does seem to be enough chatter to write about it here. Some of the tools...

I am seeing some chatter from March 9th through March 11th (today) about a possible Google search algorithm update[1]. The chatter is not explosive but there does seem to be enough chatter to write about it here. Some of the tools are also showing the change but not all. The last unconfirmed update started in late February through March 3rd[2] to so, but again, Google did not confirm that one. A WebmasterWorld[3] thread has this chatter thus far,...

My final interview at SMX East was with Detlef Johnson, an individual who was part of a small group of pioneers who helped form the SEO space and SEO profession. We discussed some of that super early history, there nothing like looking back at the past. In the early days, he helped Danny Sullivan run the more technical developer sessions at Search Engine Strategies and now he is back at SMX to do a similar job. In...

I am not sure why it surprises me anymore but Google had to say that adding support for 3D and AR images[1] to your site won't help your pages rank better. Google's John Mueller said on Twitter "No, we don't" when asked if Google ranks these pages higher because of the 3D image support[2]. Here are those tweets: Just been looking at the @Burberry AR results in the SERPs and they’re pretty great. Not long until most retailers...

I'll be honest, I am not sure what this is. Google announced[1] "In March 2020, Google will introduce a new Business Operations verification program." Basically if you are asked to verify your business and you do not within 30-days, Google Ads may place restrictions on advertiser's ads serving. It says "Advertisers may be asked to provide information about their business operations as part of a new verification program. This includes, but is not limited to, their business...

Google is now not allowing its advertisers to bid and place ads on face mask related keywords. Lane Rizzardini first notified me of this on Twitter[1] by sharing a screen shot of Google Ads disallowing this in the advertising portal. If you try to search for these keywords, I personally do not see any Google Ads show up in Google search. Google sent Search Engine Land a statement[2] that reads "We're committed to protecting users and surfacing helpful,...