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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 48)

Matt Cutts, who has not been with Google for a long time now, was asked to comment about alleged action Google took on a site a dozen or so years ago. Matt said he doesn't specifically recommend this case but said in general "In many of the cases I saw, someone assumed that Google took some action in response to them or their site or their comments, when I knew from my position that the action...

Google let me sit in the 8th avenue lobby unsupervised for a good 15 minutes or so, which gave me an opportunity to timelapse the Googlers coming in and out. There are more entrances and I've been both numerous times (9th and 8th avenues) but this is my first time doing a timelapse. Here is the timelapse below embedded using a tweet I posted that day: People going into Google NYC pic.twitter.com/HruJRAcWfv[1] — Barry Schwartz (@rustybrick) November 15, 2019[2] This...

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: Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Search Algorithm Updates, Video Structured Data Docs & Interviewing Danny Sullivan[2]This week, I did the video from my hotel room in NYC, you can see the Empire State Building from my window - not bad. I talked about the interesting Google search...

This week, I did the video from my hotel room in NYC, you can see the Empire State Building from my window - not bad. I talked about the interesting Google search algorithm update from over the weekend that Google kind of confirmed but not really. That Google local algorithm update from earlier this month may be about relevancy versus proximity. Google posted a revised help document on video structured data, it is worth checking out....

John Mueller from Google responded to someone citing a third-party data tool in reference to the NY Times hit[1], that he wouldn't use third-party data in this way because "they're always skewed in unexpected ways." "Use your actual traffic data instead," he added. Here is the tweet from John with who he responded to and the screenshots: I generally wouldn't use 3rd party tools to track things like this, they're always skewed in unexpected ways -- use your...

Lizzi Harvey from Google announced on Twitter[1] that the video structured data doc[2] got a big refresh. I took a quick look and yes, it is so much better. Google added More screenshots, how to mark timestamps on YouTube videos, how monitor your video performance with Search Console, the live badge docs are now merged with main video docs and so much more. ✒️The Google video structured data doc got a big refresh✒️- More screenshots!- How to...

Remember the Google local update[1] we reported about earlier this month, well the local SEO folks are still tracking this update in detail. Joy Hawkins named it the Bedlam update[2] because it is "a scene of uproar and confusion" and she hates the animal names (sorry, had to use a roaring lion image). But she also posted an update saying she things this is about "relevance, not proximity." In the large Local Search Forums[3] thread, Joy said...

Daniel Waisberg from the Google Search Console team said while on stage at SMX East[1] this week that the Search Console team is working on "new email stuff." It is unclear what exactly this new email stuff is but there have been complaints from SEOs that they receive too many of the same notifications from different clients and it floods their inboxes. I did ask for clarification on Twitter, but I assume I didn't get a response because...

Here is a photo from the WordStream office with boxes of yummy and spooky Halloween treats from the Microsoft Advertising team. Mark Irvine, the Director of Strategic Partnerships at Wordstream shared this photo on Twitter[1]. He said "Thank you @MSFTAdvertising for the treats (and no tricks!) for us and the @WordStream customers!" Microsoft replied: Happy Halloween! 👻 — Microsoft Advertising (@MSFTAdvertising) October 31, 2019[2] This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[3] column, where we find...

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: Malware Reviews Go Faster Than Hacked Content Reviews[2]John Mueller from Google said that generally Google is quicker at processing malware reviews than hacked content reviews. Malware is when you have some some of malware installed on your web site, removing it and submitting a reconsideration request...