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

Google has added three new features to the Google Ads overview page. This includes (1) the ability to view and apply recommendations, (2) you can view your optimization score, and (3) you can create a new campaign directly from this overview page. Here is a screen shot: You can also now download both the Overview page and individual cards. This will make it easier for you to use this performance data to build reports, share with others, and...

The mobile app for iOS and Android for Google Ads now supports manager accounts. Google said[1] "today, we're launching manager accounts in the mobile app so you can easily view and manage all of your Google Ads accounts in one place." Here are the features that are specific to the manager accounts in the Google Ads mobile app: Discover business-wide trends and performance insights for all your accounts on the Overview page. Improve performance at scale with optimization score,...

Google announced[1] yesterday that the Rich Results Test Tool[2] is out of beta - yay! Google announced with that news that the Structured Data Testing Tool[3] will be deprecated at some point. Google said "the Rich Results Test fully supports all Google Search rich result features." But the deal is, SEOs are already missing the Structured Data Testing Tool, before it even is gone. The rich results testing tool launched in 2017[4] and the structured data testing tool...

Here is a photo from the Google office from over four years ago. It is a hut someone made out of packing tubes at the Google office. Reminds me of old Lincoln Logs sets but bigger. The photo was posted on Twitter[1] on April 26, 2016. 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...

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: Bing Advice On Optimizing For Intelligent Answers & Questions?[2]I will be honest, the blog post Bing posted yesterday confused me. The title is "How to Optimize Your Content for Search Questions using Deep Learning." The author of the blog post, which is unknown, said "I think one...

I will be honest, the blog post Bing posted yesterday confused me. The title is "How to Optimize Your Content for Search Questions using Deep Learning[1]." The author of the blog post, which is unknown, said "I think one approach to do this is to evaluate our content by following the same process that Bing’s answering engine follows and contrast it to an evaluation of competitors that are doing really well." In short, this Bing representative said,...

In 2018, Google launched AMP Stories[1] and then they got more visual, with visual stories[2] in 2019. Now, Google renamed them from AMP Stories to Web Stories[3]. Did you know that if you publish a web story, Google's mobile search results will show you a fancy image thumbnail in the search result snippet? Glenn Gabe said on Twitter[4] "one benefit of web stories is you get that nifty story icon in the SERP. See below. I saw...

Google is testing replacing the carousel interface in the Google search results for videos with a list view. Here is a screen shot from Mordy Oberstein where he spotted this when he was looking for new jeans :). He posted this screen shot on Twitter[1] and asked "Since when has Google shown the desktop Video Carousel as a list on desktop?" Here is what I see, a normal video carousel slider: Forum discussion at Twitter[2]. References^ Twitter (twitter.com)^ Twitter (twitter.com)Powered...

On June 2, 2020, Google yet again confirmed it was having issues displaying new content in its search results. Google said it was an "indexing issue."[1] Well, it was actually a crawling issue that led to Google not being able to show the new pages in the index. Gary Illyes from Google said in episode two of that new podcast that the issue was actually a crawling issue. Gary added that the crawling was happening so fast...

Gary Illyes of Google said on Twitter[1] "achieving a SEO score 100 in Lighthouse just means that you can follow a handful of directions, not that you're great at SEO." He did say "but good job!" Those that do score 100 he said are good at following directions. Here is Gary's tweet: I don't know whose bubble I'm gonna burst with this, but "achieving a SEO score 100" in Lighthouse just means that you can follow a handful...