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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 54)

Over the past few days or so, I have been seeing chatter both at WebmasterWorld[1] and Black Hat World[2] around ranking and traffic changes related to Google organic search. I got to say, I doubt Google pushed anything specific this week or even next week. Rankings do change by itself and new content is always being added to the index but an algorithm update[3] - I doubt it. Logic tells me that no one at Google wants...

John Mueller from Google was asked if a salience score matters for SEO. His response was "Where do you see that?" Reading into that, I suspect he means, no - but where is that myth coming from. The definition of salience is the quality of being particularly noticeable or important; prominence. But if you dig a bit, you can see it mentioned in the Google Cloud AI docs[1] around entities. Google writes "The salience score associated with...

Martin Splitt from Google seemed almost upset by advice he saw someone was given around how to use HTML headings or Hx tags on a page. An SEO was told to use H3 tags for level-2 subheading. So what this person did was was make a style for h3 aria-level="2"! Martin Splitt responded to that on Twitter[1] saying "That's not true. Please don't let people tell you that kind of stuff." Here is the original post: `<h3 aria-level="2">` because...

Google Search Console is super useful and helpful and the messages can be critical for the performance and safety of your web site. But some messages are not as useful, such as the uncommon downloads notification. Over the past few weeks, webmasters have been reporting getting a ton of these and were unsure how to act on them. The help document[1] has this under the security issues report and says: Your site is offering a download that Google...

Remember the bug we helped uncover with Google Analytics[1] that occurred on December 16, 2019? Well, it is still not fixed and probably won't be fixed for weeks. Google posted[2] an update saying "We have revised our estimated reprocessing timelines for Dec 16-17 data to be ~2 weeks for 360 accounts and ~3 weeks for standard accounts." In short, webmasters, SEOs and site owners were pretty concerned on December 16th and 17th when they looked at their...

Here is a photo of the lobby at the Google Dublin office during the holiday Christmas season. How colorful and pretty, right? Right? Right!? There are numerous photos of this but this one gets the win for the handstand. This was posted 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 industry and share them with our readers. References^ Instagram (www.instagram.com)^ Search...

Every single Christmas since John Mueller joined Google, he has been helping webmasters with issues on Christmas eve and Christmas day. He sets aside time from his family on this super important holiday to see if anyone is in distress about their Google ranking issues to offer some sound advice and encouragement on the holiday. He has done it for over a decade including in 2018[1], 2017[2], 2016[3], 2015[4], 2014[5], 2013[6], 2012[7], 2011[8], 2010, 2009[9], 2008[10], and...

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: Interviewing Five Google Webmaster Trends Analysts In One Room[2]Aleyda Solis interviewed not one, but five Google Webmaster Trends Analysts at the same time while at the Google Webmaster Conference in Zurich. It was pretty fun and interesting to see how they interact with each other while answering...

Aleyda Solis interviewed[1] not one, but five Google Webmaster Trends Analysts at the same time while at the Google Webmaster Conference in Zurich. It was pretty fun and interesting to see how they interact with each other while answering questions. How they all somewhat joke that SEOs really need to look at the bigger picture and not focus on the smaller detailed SEO questions. The people in the video from left to right (looking at the video)...

Google upgraded the publisher center[1] over the past couple weeks but not everything in the new publisher center seems to be working properly. A Google Publisher Center Help[2] thread says that when you try to add a new section using the web crawl option, it simply doesn't work. Chris Andrews said in the thread "If I enter a url from any of the sites I work with, using a category on my site rather than an rss...