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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 34)

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...

Google has been sending out email notices to Google My Business users that their unpublished business profiles will be deleted within 30 days. Most of the time this is fine, but if you do not want your unpublished listing to be deleted, then you must verify the listing within 30 days. The email subject line says "In 30 days, your unpublished Business Profile will be deleted." The body of the email says "Keep your Business Profile." Then...

With the Google Search Console manual submission issues[1] with getting pages into the index, John Mueller from Google said on Twitter[2] "If your site relies on manual index submission for normal content, you need to significantly improve your site." He is saying if Google will not pick up your pages to be indexed without you using the request indexing feature in Google Search Console, then you have bigger site quality issues. John added "Search Console does not...

Google is showing "see the connection" on some knowledge panels for famous people. This reminds me of the Google bacon number feature[1] from years ago but different. Here you can see Google showing a box to see the connection between the person you searched for and someone else. Brian Freiesleben posted this screen shot on Twitter[2]: Then when you click on it, it shows you an answer with both people: How does it work? Brian said you search for...

Google had a bug with the method of verifying your web site or property within Google Search Console through Google Tag Manager. This has now been fixed according to Google and those who had issues might need to now reverify their properties now. Google said on Twitter[1] "We had an issue with the GTM verification method in Search Console, but it should be solved by now. You might need to re-verify." We had an issue with the GTM...

Here is a photo of someone who looks like that myth buster guy dressed up in a NASA space suit. In fact, supposedly Google hosted an event in the Chicago office where astronauts attended. The event is called ORD Camp[1] where smart people come together to share new ideas. Anyway, this photo, along with others, was shared on Instagram[2]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[3] column, where we find fun and interesting photos...

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 Search Algorithm Ranking Update Signals In Early February 2020[2]I am seeing renewed signs from mid-last week of yet another Google search ranking algorithm update from over the weekend. There is significant chatter from over the weekend with many of the tools spiking over the past couple...

When I was scheming to give Lisa Barone[1] a hard time before our interview, Lisa recommended I sit down with Jennifer Van Iderstyne (@vanetcetera[2]) to discuss SEO with her. She has been doing SEO since 2006, working at the old We Build Pages company, so she has some experience under her belt, to say the least. We did our interview in the focus group room, which has a one way mirror - so I had to mention...

I am seeing renewed signs from mid-last week[1] of yet another Google search ranking algorithm update[2] from over the weekend. There is significant chatter from over the weekend with many of the tools spiking over the past couple of days. It is hard to say exactly what is going on, like any of these updates. This one is not confirmed, but even if it was, Google doesn't tell us much. But there seems to be a lot...

Update: I misunderstood this announcement, the headline is/was wrong and the story is wrong. What is new is that conversions already exported (as initiated by the advertiser) will by default be enabled for bidding. If you have conversion data for your web site or app in your Google Analytics profiles and you are running Google Ads, Google by default will export the data from Google Analytics and bring it into Google Ads. Google announced this in Google...