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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 41)

There is a new theory out about that Google Local update[1] from earlier in this month, nicknamed the Bedlam update[2] - which by the way is still happening now. The theory is that most of the time, position one in the local pack is stable but positions two and three are the ones being shuffled out. The theory comes from Jason Parks and he named it the Swapasauraus GMB theory[3]. He said "The company that’s ranking #1...

The folks at SEMRush spotted Google offering searches tips and tricks for searching when Google has no results to offer the searcher. So if Google has no results, it would say in this example "it looks like there aren't any great matches for your search." Then it offers a did you mean result and then other search examples, this is then followed by tips and tricks on how to search. Here is a screen shot that SEMRush...

Google's John Mueller said a word I kind of dislike, "impossible." But technically it is true. He said, it would be impossible for Google to index the whole web. This was in response to why Google has not indexed all the pages in a sitemap for a specific web site. Here is the exact tweet from John Mueller on Twitter[1]: Which issue do you mean, "indexed, not in sitemap" or like Martin mentioned, the opposite? We really don't...

Yesterday I was doing some searches to see when the holiday decorations[1] come up (I do weird searches all the time) and up came Google Shopping Ads that were a bit adult in nature. Specifically selling lingerie and adult oriented costumes. Yes, for the search term [christmas]. A lot of others were seeing the same or similar ads as well. Google seems to have removed these ads now, which is a good thing. But here is what...

In the Google Irvine, California office, they have surf boards and jeeps that look like metallic space ships. Here is a photo of a Google branded jeep that is shiny metallic and looks a lot like a space ship. I found the photo on Instagram[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^ Instagram (www.instagram.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 Search Recipe Bug Continues Into Thanksgiving Cooking Season[2]Earlier this month, we reported that Google has been investigating a bug with its recipe rich results where the images would disappear from the recipe results. This can obviously be devastating in terms of click through rates and traffic...

Would it be valuable for Google's own engineers, the ones that work on search, compete to rank their own test web sites in Google search? Probably not but it might be good for them to have real world experience with building their own web sites, John Mueller of Google said on Twitter[1]. John was asked "Has there ever been any internal competitions by Google engineers to see who can get their website to rank the highest?" John responded...

Earlier this month[1], we reported that Google has been investigating a bug with its recipe rich results where the images would disappear from the recipe results. This can obviously be devastating in terms of click through rates and traffic to those sites with these recipes. The worst part, it is now the Thanksgiving cooking season and it is still not fixed. This is similar, if not the same, as the recipe bug[2] from the month before that...

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter[1] that generally Google will not make up URLs to index on your web site. So if you find weird parameters at the end of the URLs showing up in the Google index for your web site, Google probably found someone linking to that URL. Either you have some pages that link that way or someone on a third-party site does. You can fix it by either using a 301 redirect from...

Dawn Anderson, an SEO who likes to listen to professors and PhDs give lectures about how search works, posted a poll asking if the SEO community thinks awareness of IR (information retrieval) is important or not for SEOs. Most SEOs said it is important. She posted the poll on Twitter[1] and it received over 500 responses. The question was "How important do you think awareness of IR (information retrieval) is for SEO's." 43% said it is "very important." 35%...