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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 21)

Microsoft announced[1] it will be deprecating the average position metric from Microsoft Advertising reporting starting in April. Google did the same thing last year[2] and now Microsoft is following suit. Microsoft wrote "Due to all your feedback and our insights into the ever-changing industry standards in digital advertising, we’ve determined that prominence metrics give a much clearer view of your prominence on the page than average position does. In an effort to limit confusion and allow you...

Google's John Mueller was asked if adding cookie acceptance banners are going to cause an SEO problem for Google search. John said "Cookie banners are fine." He added that you want to avoid "replacing your page's content with an interstitial." If you do use an interstitial that replaces your content on your page, Google won't see the content. Here are those tweets: Cookie banners are fine. The thing to avoid is replacing your page's content with an interstitial...

Google has confirmed[1] that some may see a spike in unparsable structured data errors within Google Search Console. This spike should be ignored if it happened between January 13 and 16th of this year. Google said "This was due to an internal misconfiguration that will be fixed soon, and can be ignored." This report is relatively new, it was added in May 2019[2]. The Unparsable Structured Data report aggregates parsing issues such as structured data syntax errors...

Yesterday we saw that Google had ring chairs[1] in the Austin office. Well, in Google's Chicago office, they have bubble chairs, which offers a bit more support than the bubble chair. :) Here are some photos on Instagram[2]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[3] column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers. References^ ring chairs (www.seroundtable.com)^ Instagram (www.instagram.com)^ Search Photo of the...

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: Google: We Do Core Search Updates 2-4 Times Per Year; With Many Smaller Updates[2]Danny Sullivan from Google again said that while Google makes changes in search "each day" the broad core algorithm updates only happen two to four times per year. He said on Twitter "we do...

I met with John Morabito (@johnmorabitoseo[1]) at Stella Rising[2] in NYC, he is the director of SEO at that agency. The agency he is working at was acquired during his tenure there. Prior to that he worked as a graphic designer and built web sites in the early days and that is how he became an SEO by trying to get those sites to rank well. He learned a lot about SEO through online resources including Search...

Danny Sullivan from Google again said that while Google makes changes in search "each day" the broad core algorithm updates only happen two to four times per year. He said on Twitter[1] "we do make small changes each day to search. It's a continual process of improvement. Our core updates only happen 2-4 times per year." Here are those tweets: Yes, we do make small changes each day to search. It's a continual process of improvement. Our core...

Google has launched a new local Google My Business initiative named My Business Provider. This essentially lets other companies or organizations help verify businesses and organizations they work with in Google My Business. In short, it is a way to allow others to add existing verified businesses to Google My Business. Mike Blumenthal covered it[1] saying "The Business Provider program is designed to let organizations like Chambers of Commerce or banks with small business clients facilitate a...

Google is sending out notifications to webmasters if they are running TLS 1.1 or lower. The notification isn't that Google search will rank the site lower or delist the site but rather Chrome, Google's browser will show a "not secure" warning to users if the site is running anything less than TLS 1.2. It isn't new that Google Search Console is sending out notices for TLS issues, Google has been doing so since 2017[1]. Here is what the...

You know how when someone asks one Googler a question and that Google doesn't know the answer, so they CC another to help. Well, sometimes Googlers don't know Googlers and the get confused. Here is Danny Sullivan, a Googler, CCing Google My Business support to help a business. What you see next is that Google My Business support responds as if Danny needs help, when he doesn't. It looks like an automated response? The request for help by...