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Google's John Mueller was asked if it would be helpful for you to implement Dublin Core schema on your pages. John Mueller responded on Twitter[1] "I'd just use normal titles & descriptions." Here are those tweets: I'd just use normal titles & descriptions. — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) February 13, 2020[2] The Dublin Core Schema is a small set of vocabulary terms that can be used to describe digital resources, as well as physical resources such as books or CDs,...

Francisco CV shared a screen shot of Google My Business emailing him after a review was deleted from his (or his clients) Google local listing. The email comes from Google My Business with the subject line "We have deleted a review of your business profile." Here is a screen shot of this email, in a different language, as he posted it on Twitter[1]: This is a welcomed feature for many local SEOs and business owners. Knowing when a...

Dawn Anderson reshared a tweet from Alexander Bondarenko that sat in an information retrieval conference where Microsoft demoed how Bing Search can generate clarifying questions for certain queries in the search results. This photo he posted on Twitter[1] shows a screen shot (not a good quality photo) of this in action. Here is the photo (click to enlarge): As you can see, for a search on [blue screen] it asks you what version of windows are you running....

Google announced[1] new Google Ads Partner program requirements this week and the SEM and advertiser community is not happy with these changes. The big changes are doubling the ad spend, more of your company need certification and requirements to adhere to Google's recommendations over what might be best for the client. The changes are starting at the end of June 2020. Here are the changes: Spend Requirements: Before: Meet a 90-day ad spend requirement of $10,000 USD across your managed...

I thought I knew everyone on the Google webmaster analyst or search relations team but there is one person I do not recognize. I even recognize Molly[1], the dog. In any event, it looks like part of the team got together for some event. Even Gary Illyes is there, slightly hiding. This was shared by Daniel Waisberg on Twitter[2]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[3] column, where we find fun and interesting...

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 Responds To February 2020 Update Saying "We Do Updates All The Time"[2]Danny Sullivan from Google responded to numerous questions about the unconfirmed Google February update early this morning saying "We do updates all the time." This is the same statement he made for the November update. Google...

Google has posted in the Search for Beginners section of the Google Webmaster YouTube channel an SEO Explained video. This video goes through the basics of SEO including on page SEO, multimedia SEO, black hat SEO and how to use Search Console and more. Here is the short 3 minute video summing up what SEO is: [embedded content] Here is the transcription: Your website should attract new potential customers. One way to do so is by showing up in search...

Someone on Twitter[1] shared a Google home page test with me. The new test has a few noticeable changes; the first is the blue background on the Google Search button, the blue (or white) font in the buttons and the final thing is the microphone button is outside of the search box. Here is the normal Google home page design: Here is the test Google home page design: Will it matter at all? Who knows, but Google is testing,...

Here is an interesting move by Google. Google updated its improve your local rankings help document[1] to show an example of how keywords in your business description can help improve your local rankings. But local SEO experts say that is not how it works and keywords in the description have no impact. Firstly @StefanSomborac[2] spotted the original change in the document, which set off this whole thing. What was added? For example, if someone who lives in Dublin,...

Danny Sullivan from Google responded[1] to numerous questions about the unconfirmed Google February update[2] early this morning saying "We do updates all the time." This is the same statement he made for the November 2019 update[3]. In fact, in November we took this response as confirmation[4] that there was an update, just not "broad core update." Google wrote on Twitter[5] "We do updates all the time. I would suggest rereading our general advice about this:" We do updates...