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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 57)

Firstly, I am doing this video from home and it was super early and I didn’t want to wake the family, so I look like more of a mess than normal. On the search news, we may have had a Google search update this week, it seems there was a lot of chatter and signals pointing to it. Bing said they have been doing more algorithm updates recently than before. Google seems to have reduced the...

Gary Illyes from Google said on Twitter[1] he may do an audio only Google Hangout to talk about search. Gary is not traveling anymore for search conference talks and he said he "kinda miss the conference hall chats." So he is going to try this out. He said that if he enjoys it, he may do it daily while he is stuck unable to travel. Here is his tweet: If it's gonna be fun, I'll do it every day,...

John Mueller from Google was asked if "having too many non searched pages on website are bad for SEO?" John didn't say yes or no, he instead said on Twitter[1] - "that's up to you." He said what good is it if no one searches for it? This is more of a philosophical question; he said "From a philosophical point of view, if nobody searches for them, unless they're providing value (to you / your users) otherwise,...

Google is sending out email notifications to business owners through Google My Business asking businesses to update their details if the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) affecting your business. The email asks "Is the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) affecting your business?" These emails are the same thing as the coronavirus help document[1] we posted about earlier this week. It basically is encouraging business owners to update the company business listings so customers know what to expect. Here is a portion of the...

Here is a photo I found on Instagram[1] of some Googlers bringing out portions of their work stations; computers, computer screens and miscellaneous items from their desks. This is happening now since Google is telling its staff to work from home. Not everyone has a great home work set up, so some are bringing some items back home for the time being. Anna who posted this image said they are taking these items but "it’s temporarily 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: Bing: The Magnitude Of Algorithm Changes Has Been Larger Than Usual[2]Frederic Dubut from Bing said on Twitter that Bing has been very business working on algorithm changes. He said "the magnitude of the algorithm changes we made recently may be larger than usual." Google: Start With Fewer Pages...

Google's John Mueller said he would "recommend erring on the side of having fewer pages, especially when starting up a new site." He said that having too many pages makes it hard for Google to "find the unique value of each page." He posted this on Twitter[1] and added that if you are going to add a lot of pages, make sure those pages are so "significantly different" otherwise he said "try to keep them together." Here are...

Frederic Dubut from Bing said on Twitter[1] that Bing has been very business working on algorithm changes. He said "the magnitude of the algorithm changes we made recently may be larger than usual." Frederic said the Bing team has been "particularly busy since the New Year" with these changes. Here are those tweets: Not that I'm aware of, @BingWMC[2] can confirm. However what I can say is that the team was particularly busy since the New Year and the...

Google has announced[1] it has postponed the Google Webmaster Conferences that it was planning to host throughout the year in regions where many cannot find SEO conferences. Gary Illyes from Google said "To wit, with the growing concern around coronavirus and in line with the travel guidelines published by WHO, the CDC, and other organizations, we are postponing all Webmaster Conference events globally." Google added that it will hopefully only have to postpone these events until later...

Google's John Mueller said there is currently no official "mechanism to block indexing of a part of a page." There are "hacky ways" he said but nothing official from Google like a googleon/googleoff tag that is supported[1] only for the Google Search Appliance, not Google web search (the public search engine). Of course, he added, you can use new nosnippet controls[2] to hide what content Google shows for your search results snippets. But you cannot stop Google...