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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: BREAKING: @JohnMu says we should trust @dannysullivan https://t.co/GJo2YMFFaK[2], Barry Schwartz on Twitter Google Releases .new For Any Company to Register[3], WebmasterWorld Entry-level is where the big wins are, and where even "experts" can learn a ton. It's easy & natural to over-estimate yourself (certainly in...

I never understood why people would use a crawler to build their XML sitemap file. I guess if you don't have access to read the database of your CMS you would do that but seems so inefficient. John Mueller of Google said that also on Reddit[1]. John Mueller said "Automate it on your backend (generate the files based on your local database). That way you can ping sitemap files immediately when something changes, and you have an...

Earlier this month, Bing announced a pilot[1] to allow some publishers to submit content and the HTML to the search engine without Bing having to crawl the page at all. This would effectively remove the requirement to crawl these sites. I asked Google if it is considering doing so as well and the company said no. At the 22:43 mark[2] into the video, I asked Google's John Mueller about this. He said as far as he knows,...

Here is part two of my interview with Eric Enge (@stonetemple[1]) where we get into more SEO focused topics. As a reminder, in part one[2] we covered how he founded Stone Temple, what led to the acquisition of Stone Temple Consulting by Perficient Digital, how it is for him to work with his wife and a talk about his contributions to the SEO community. In part two we got into the question of testing what works with...

The New York Times said it may have seen a "huge" impact from the Google BERT update[1] and by impact it means a decline in search traffic from the search engine. Hannah Poferl, the Associate Masthead Editor for Audience at The New York Times told me so on Twitter[2]. She responded to a tweet of mine on why the BERT update may have felt small to so many publishers and tracking tools. She said "Feels huge to...

Google is investigating possible issues with what appears to be broken search operators. Specifically issues with the related search command and also intitle and inurl commands. Danny from Google said he will investigate and try to find out what is going on. Here is the related command issue, see [related:seroundtable.com[1]]: Danny Sullivan from Google said on Twitter[2] "I don't know why that's not working for you. I'll look at it later." It didn't. I don't know why that's not...

Here is a photo of cookies, shortbread cookies, Google made for the Nooglers, new Googlers, at the Google office the other day. We can even see the ingredients for these Noogler shortbread cookies. 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 Photo of the Day (www.seroundtable.com)Powered by...

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: The Google BERT Update Felt Small But Was Big[2]As you know, I watch the SEO community closely. I also watch Google algorithm update chatter and signals closely. When I was reporting about those Google updates last week, they seemed on the weaker side, but then Google announced...

The Google My Business app is testing allowing business owners communicate with its customers not just through text but also through photos. Some business owners can now send photos to customers who message them via Google Maps and Google Local. Google added messaging to the Google My Business app a year ago[1] after launching it in 2017[2] via SMS. Now according to Jane Manchun Wong, she posted on Twitter[3] that Google has given her the ability to send...