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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 31)

When I first learned that Danny Sullivan joined Google[1], I wrote on October 9, 2017 "I do hope I get to interview Danny Sullivan one day on the stage at SMX, it should be a ton of fun." Well, that is now going to become a reality at SMX Advanced[2] in Seattle this June! The SMX team posted on Friday that Danny Sullivan will keynote at SMX Advanced[3] and I will have the honor of doing the...

Back in November, Google began testing an image carousel in the featured snippets[1] section. Well, it seems like it might be live in Google search. I see it, as do tons of others of searchers. Here is what it looks like: Then hover your mouse cursor over the images and you can see the arrow show up at the right image: Then as you click and it reaches the end of the images, you have a "view all" button: Several...

The Google AMP team has increased the AMP custom CSS limit from 50KB to 75KB, that is a 50% increase. This should be fully live by the end of February said Weston Ruter, a Developer Programs Engineer at Google on Twitter: And the pull request to raise AMP's custom CSS limit from 50KB to 75KB has been merged! 🎉It should be live by the end of February. (We'll make sure to release an update to the WordPress...

Google's John Mueller said that when you merge two sites together, the domain you are getting rid of and not using anymore will take time to go away in Google's search results. When you do a site move, like moving to a new domain but it's the same content, URLs, etc, then that is much faster. John Mueller said on Twitter[1] "No, you don't have to do anything to get it removed - it just takes a...

As you know, Google Maps turned 15[1] years old last week and with that, it got a new logo. So some folks at Google celebrated with Google Maps cakes with the new logo. Here are some photos from 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^ Google Maps turned 15 (www.seroundtable.com)^ Instagram (www.instagram.com)^ Search...

There may be a really big, maybe even massive, Google search ranking algorithm update[1] going on right now. Starting on Friday/Saturday the chatter within the SEO community as well as the signals from the automated rank checking tools began to explode. Based on what I am seeing right now, I decided to post on the weekend as opposed to holding the story for Monday morning, like I would normally do. I've been tracking the fluctuations, chatter and...

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: Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Update, GoogleBot Name, Google Search Console & Bing Webmaster Tools[2]This week, I covered another unconfirmed Google search algorithm update. I posted the monthly Google webmaster report. Google said the new GoogleBot user agent name is live...

This week, I covered another unconfirmed Google search algorithm update. I posted the monthly Google webmaster report. Google said the new GoogleBot user agent name is live, but not for the initial fetch request. Google fixed a bug where Search Console accounts became unverified through Google Tag Manager, and the confusion the fixed caused. Google also may have had issues with the request indexing feature. Bing Webmaster Tools is working on a sitemap diagnosis tool (did...

Nagu Rangan, a Product Management at Microsoft working on Bing, said on stage at PubCon that the Bing Webmaster Tools team is working on a sitemap diagnosis tool. This is according to Purna Virji, who was in the audience and works for Microsoft Advertising. The diagnosis tool will help you debug common mistakes you make with your XML Sitemap. Purna also wrote that he said a common mistake SEOs make with sitemap files is to set the...

UPDATE: I spoke with people at Google and this is not the case. Ranking has gone live and they are not sure exactly what Gary was talking about. Here is also a post from Danny: As our post in September 2019 said:"All the link attributes, sponsored, ugc and nofollow, now work today as hints for us to incorporate for ranking purposes. For crawling and indexing purposes, nofollow will become a hint as of March 1, 2020." https://t.co/rMmSrUHaSQ...