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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 50)

Gary Illyes from Google was quoted as saying "We rewrite page titles in a low number of cases." Jennifer Slegg also loosely quoted him as saying "if Google is rewriting your titles, that is a sign you should work on rewriting those titles." This is from a conference named UnGagged where supposedly you are not allowed to share what you learn - but yet here we have a share. Here is Jennifer Slegg's post on Twitter[1]: "We rewrite...

Last week, Bing had an unusual bug, a bug with its cache page results. The Bing cache was showing not just the cache page they had of your site, but also showed content from non-related sites below or above your page. Bing fixed the issue about 24-hours after it was reported to them and said it was a bug, not a hack. Here is Bing confirming the issue: Thanks for reporting. We're aware of the issue that caused...

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter[1] "Google doesn't use the spam score." This was in response to someone saying they have an 11% spam score (I guess on some third-party tool). Here is the tweet: Google doesn't use the spam score. — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) November 12, 2019[2] Yes, your site can have either one or more algorithmic penalties or manual actions but there is no over spam score that Google technically uses. I believe you can have individual scores...

Google has a toy ferris wheel at the Google Boulder, Colorado offices. No, this is not a real ferris wheel, that would be way cooler. I wonder if any Googler submitted a request for Google to build a ferris wheel. Daniel Waisberg of Google shared this photo on Twitter[1] and said "Pretty cool Google ferris wheel in the Boulder CO office 🎡 I can imagine someone sitting on that stool for hours!" This post is part of our...

Kieron Hughes posted on Twitter[1] that he is seeing a test where Google is not displaying a site's normal snippet in the search results when Google displays that URL for the featured snippet. Generally when Google shows a URL as a featured snippet, it will also show that same URL on the first page results, in the main listings. Kieron Hughes said "Google are testing dropping your ranking URL again if you have the featured snippet, denying...

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 Tests Removing A Site's Normal Snippet When Featured Snippet Is Displayed[2]Kieron Hughes posted on Twitter that he is seeing a test where Google is not displaying a site's normal snippet in the search results when Google displays that URL for the featured snippet. Generally when Google...

John Mueller of Google reminds us that when you use the geographic target setting in Google Search Console it will not stop you from getting traffic to your site from users outside of that target region. All it does is help Google understand your site might be more relevant in specific Google regions but not to prevent your site from showing in other locations. John Mueller posted this on Twitter[1], he said "Geotargeting doesn't restrict a site...

Google announced[1] it has removed the toll free customer support numbers from the Google My Business homepage. Now if you do try to call one of the existing numbers, you will be directed to the Google My Business Help Center. You can still request someone to call you by clicking on the Contact Us button but you cannot directly call in anymore. Cordell Crowley posted in the Local Search Forums[2] that he called in and "it goes...

Google is testing displaying results from the same domain name in a box that groups them all together. It doesn't save that much screen real estate by putting them in the same box, but it does subtly show to the searcher that these results are similar. This was spotted by Valentin Pletzer and posted on Twitter[1], I cannot replicate this: Here is his tweet showing both versions: Google experimenting with grouping of multiple results from the same domain #google...

I'll be honest, when I launched my YouTube subscriber giveaway[1] I really anticipated that I would get well over 10,000 subscribers, I thought maybe a total of 100,000 subscribers. I guess this shows that I know very little about the YouTube world. I started off the two-month contest with 7,561 subscribers (screenshot[2]) and I hit 8,386 subscribers (screenshot[3]) . That is only a 825 increase in subscribers. I did get a lot of new subscribers on day...