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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 56)

Last night for a period of time, if you searched for [democratic party] or similar searches, the knowledge panel showed a rat as the symbol of the party, not the official donkey. Google fixed the issue after a couple hours but this just shows how certain knowledge panels are hard to protect from vandalism in Google search. Here is a screen shot from @jimboot[1]: Here is what it looks like now: Danny Sullivan from Google said last night the...

Louis Gray from Google is working from home and he is an Android collector, so he put together this sign for his work from home situation. It is to remind him to keep calm and wash hands. He even put on a mask on the Android. He posted this on Twitter[1]. Update your photo? 😀 pic.twitter.com/MWnjhFl1mg[2] — Louis Gray (@louisgray) March 17, 2020[3] This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[4] column, where we find fun...

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: Vlog #54: Tony Wright On SEO Attribution & Online Reputation Management[2]Tony Wright has been doing SEO since 1998, that is super early. He did it all from black hat to white hat SEO through the years. He started his career in a PR firm and his job...

Tony Wright has been doing SEO since 1998, that is super early. He did it all from black hat to white hat SEO through the years. He started his career in a PR firm and his job title was "Cyber PR," how cool is that title. Back then Google was not even around, it was the Alta Vista and Excite days and the days of the Yahoo Directory. In 2007 he decided to start his own...

It is a rough question because Google's search results are always updating by itself, i.e. new content gets added, new links, new signals, etc. So the Google search results are always in a state of flux. But in terms of bigger search algorithm update where Google pushes something new, should Google stop doing those until the COVID-19 outbreak is over? Someone at WebmasterWorld[1] said "Do people agree it would be heartless if Google pulled out another major...

Google launched Discover performance reports[1] in Google Search Console almost a year ago. It is available for sites that see traffic from Google Discover. So not everyone sees it. But there is no API for it yet. John Mueller from Google said on Twitter[2] "There's no API for the Discovery performance data in Search Console at the moment, sorry." When will it come? Who knows. It does not seem like it is something anyone is working on right...

Just a reminder, if you have your Microsoft Advertising ads as standard text ads, they will be migrated to expanded text ads on March 31st. Microsoft sent out a reminder about this on Twitter[1] yesterday. Microsoft wrote "You now have until March 31st, 2020 to migrate your Standard Text Ads to Expanded Text Ads. Learn more about this #MSFTAds update." Microsoft posted more about this back in January over here[2] saying "For the last two years, standard text...

Google has been posting notices in the Google Ads and Google My Business (as well as other products) help areas that phone and other support areas may be slow or unavailable. Google said this is "in light of COVID-19" challenges. We should all be patient with each other during these times. Here is what the Google Ads Help[1] area: Important update: As a precautionary health measure for our phone and chat support specialists in light of COVID-19, some...

Any of you remember the old SEOMoz (now Moz) Werewolves card game? Keith Goode posted a public Facebook[1] photo of them, as he was doing some cleaning and found them. We wrote about them in 2007[2] but there is a lot more detail on the Moz blog[3]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[4] column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers. References^...

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: Other Great Search Forum Threads: Search Engine Land Stories: Other Great Search Stories: Analytics Industry & Business Links & Promotion Building Local & Maps Mobile & Voice SEO PPC Search Features References^ Search Engine Roundtable (www.seroundtable.com)Powered by WPeMatico...