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John Mueller from Google posted a short, less than two minute video, for the #AskGoogleWebmasters series on YouTube around dealing with webspam manual actions from Google. In short he said if you are not sure what to do with a webspam manual action, then go to the forums. When you go to the forums make sure to be honest, detailed and explain everything without hiding stuff from those you are asking for help from. Then when you...

I don't think I've seen this before in the Google search results. A snippet that shows "uploaded by" next to an organic search result listing. This was shared by Ryan Clutter on Twitter[1] and it is hard to know exactly why this is shown. It seems like Google wants to show a video thumbnail but is not for some reason. Here is the desktop snippet: After reviewing the markup on this page, there seems to be video markup,...

Krebs on Security posted[1] about new AdSense based extortion and ransom emails going out to Google AdSense publishers. Telling them if they do not pay $5,000 in bitcoins within 72-hours, they will send invalid traffic to the site, thus removing the AdSense earnings Google pays the publisher. Here is the email Krebs on Security posted on its blog: I don't believe these types of emails are actually all that new but now it seems to be making some...

Most fire pits I have seen are not really all that fancy; but the one at Google Boulder (at least I think this one is at the Boulder office) is not made of tree stumps to sit on and rocks surrounding a fire but rather a really cozy round sofa with a vented and has controlled fire pit. I found this photo on Instagram[1] - it says it was taken at the Google Boulder office. This post is...

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 #46: Chris Boggs - US Marine Turned Expert & Seasoned Search Marketer[2]I've know Chris Boggs (@boggles) for over 15 years, he owns a company named Web Traffic Advisors. He is a great and smart individual that cares deeply about the SEM industry...

I’ve know Chris Boggs (@boggles[1]) for over 15 years, he owns a company named Web Traffic Advisors[2]. He is a great and smart individual that cares deeply about the SEM industry. He was a United States Marine and when he got out of the US Marines Corps he had a friend that had a health insurance agency. So they decided to sell health insurance online and they did well. He then got a marketing degree and moved...

It looks like there was a significant Google local search algorithm update starting this past Friday, February 14th, and still continuing through today. This seems to have impacted the rankings of local business listings in the Google local packs and Google Maps results. I am seeing signs both in terms of chatter within the local SEO community around this update, plus the newish BrightLocal Local Rankflux tool[1] is showing big fluctuations this weekend. In fact, there is...

Google wants the AMP version of your page to be equivalent to the main mobile version of that page. So if your page has a comments area, Google would like to see those comments in the AMP version as well. But technically, John Mueller said, Google would not consider the lacking of comments on AMP as a "content mismatch" error. At least not today. John Mueller said on Twitter[1] first that "Users want the amp pages to...

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that it doesn't matter what slows down your pages, if your pages are slow, they are slow. So if it is a Google product, like Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, AdSense, Ad Manager or something else Google offers that is slowing down your page, find a way to implement it where it does not slow down the page. If you know that you've integrated a Google product that slows down your...

Google's John Mueller added some clarity around how Google processes links within a disavow file. He said on Twitter[1] that the disavow file is "processed immediately and taken into account as the URLs are recrawled." Here is the tweet: It's processed immediately and taken into account as the URLs are recrawled. — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) February 17, 2020[2] Previously, last year[3], John Mueller said something similar he said Google will process your disavow link file immediately, it will take...