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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 45)

One of the new Google snippet controls[1], the new meta tags, recently launched[2], had a bug where it can trigger Google to deindex the specific page. If you used max-image-preview tag and set the value to none, it would result in Google removing the page from the index. Google confirmed the issue and said a fix is rolling out and the affected pages will be reprocessed. Dan Nutter I believe was the first to notice this, posted...

Google has been saying negative SEO[1] is really not a thing and has been saying that for years and years. But it is rare to see a Googler respond to a specific concern raised by an SEO. But that is what John Mueller of Google did the other day. John responded to one specific example on Twitter[2] saying that he looked "at the site, I don't see any negative seo effects there." He then added "most of...

Here is a photo shared by someone one on Instagram[1] showing how a dog, probably a Doogler, is resting on one of the benches at the GooglePlex, the main Google offices. Even Google dogs need a break here and there. I am just surprised it didn't opt for the sleeping pods? 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...

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 Ads To Limit Targeting & Content Options For Political Ads In US[2]Google announced last night that it will soon enforce new limitations on what you can use Google Ads for with political ads. Specifically Google said the targeting options have been limited to "age, gender, and...

Google announced[1] last night that it will soon enforce new limitations on what you can use Google Ads for with political ads. Specifically Google said the targeting options have been limited to "age, gender, and general location." Google also updated its definition[2] of political ads if you are interested in reading that. Google is also explicitly prohibiting Google Ads with "things like “deep fakes” (doctored and manipulated media), misleading claims about the census process, and ads or...

Let's add this to the list of things Google is doing or trying to test, in order to keep the searcher in the Google search results. Google is testing a new preview feature for the recipe results that overlay more details about the steps of a recipe without immediately taking you to the publishers site with the full recipe. Normally when you see a recipe rich result, you click on it, it will take you to the...

The folks at SEMRush spotted a new Google Ad format for car rentals. This ad unit lets you compare prices from different car rental companies for a specific location through a pricing carousel. You enter the location, car type, and dates and Google will show you pricing options in the ad. Here is the screen shot SEMRush shared on Twitter[1]: Ginny Marvin at Search Engine Land reached out to Google but Google would not give more than a...

Yesterday, Google added a new search appearance filter to the Google Search Console performance reports for "product results." If you use product rich result markup[1] on your pages, you are eligible to see this data in Search Console. Product rich results are basically when you see products in the Google search results with stars, ratings, pricing, and other enhanced snippet information. Here is a sample: Now, if you want to see the clicks and impressions you get on...

There is a known issue of some sorts with following the Google help documents around getting Google to pick up on your noindex tags faster through the fetch as Google. John Mueller of Google is aware of the issue and said the workaround "is to test the page live without noindex, then add the noindex before you submit it for indexing." Here is the issue described by Angie Biron Ren who posted this on Twitter: Added noindex meta...

Stadia, Google's new live stream gaming engine service (which is getting poor ratings right now) just launched and I guess Google had some event. Here is a photo of a massive Stadia remote control, like you see with those massive Android figurines. Do you think this remote works? :) I spotted this 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...