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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 40)

I am not going to lie, there are times I miss the old days, the old SEO days. Here is a photo from I think the first Google Dance in 2006. You can see the young Sergey Brin from Google talking with some of the first ever SEOs Heather Lloyd-Martin[1] & Detlef Johnson[2]. This was at the GooglePlex in Mountain View, California. I remember taking a limo with a bunch of SEOs to the event. My wife even...

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 Now Drops A Site's Normal Snippet When Featured Snippet Is Displayed[2]In November 2019 we saw Google testing removing the normal snippet from the Google search results when Google shows a featured snippet for that site/URL. Well after numerous tests, Google has launched this yesterday and is...

John Mueller from Google said that he once messed with web site hacker who hacked content onto one of his sites. He said the content started to rank, so he locked out the hacker and replaced the hacker's affiliate links with his own. He talked about this on Twitter[1] saying that ultimately "It wasn't that valuable, but the it's the thought that counts." Here is the tweet: Someone once hacked a site of mine, and it started getting traffic...

In November 2019 we saw Google testing[1] removing the normal snippet from the Google search results when Google shows a featured snippet for that site/URL. Well after numerous tests, Google has launched this yesterday and is no longer showing a featured snippet and at the same time the same URL in the main web search results. Danny Sullivan from Google confirmed this on Twitter[2] saying "If a web page listing is elevated into the featured snippet position,...

Gary Illyes from Google posted on Twitter[1] a sarcastic GIF of what he said "Everyone's reaction when low quality and spammy content is not indexed anymore." I posted that GIF above, so you can see it, but here is the tweet: Aaaand I'm outta here — Gary "鯨理/경리" Illyes (@methode) January 22, 2020[2] He is saying you shouldn't be surprised when your spammy and/or low quality content is not indexed by Google. But why the GIF? What is he up...

It looks like a bunch of GoogleBots, well, 3D printed GoogleBots, are going on a trip with Daniel Waisberg of Google. He said they are headed to King's Cross Studio in London. Looks like they are excited for the trip. Daniel shared this on Twitter[1]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[2] column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers. References^ Twitter (twitter.com)^...

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 Made Significant Updates To Mobile-First Indexing Developer Docs[2]Google has announced that it made "significant updates" to its developers documentation on mobile-first indexing. You can see the new docs over here and here is the cached version that is old (updated in October 2019)...

Mike Grehan (@mikegrehan[1]) is one of the first people I looked to for guidance, knowledge and education when I first began my journey in the SEO industry. His write ups on patents, how search works and his perspectives on SEO are legendary and at a different level and have been for as long as I’ve known him. He started in the industry in 1995 and as a single parent at the time, he needed to find something...

Google has announced that it made "significant updates" to its developers documentation on mobile-first indexing. You can see the new docs over here[1] and here is the cached version that is old[2] (updated in October 2019). Here is Google's announcement: We made some significant updates to our developers documentation on mobile-first indexing (☎️#⃣1⃣📙?), Whether your site has been moved over already or not, it's worth checking it out 👇https://t.co/yo4mGQZkqh[3] — Google Webmasters (@googlewmc) January 22, 2020[4] I am currently on...