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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 65)

The latest video that John Mueller of Google fielded was from @abhikasaudhan and it was a good one. Sadly, I am not sure John answered the specific question. The question was "if you need to use structured data exactly as specified in the Google developer documentation or if you can add more properties from schema.org?" His answer basically said if you want to show up for the Google rich results, then yes, you should follow the Google...

Last week at the US Search Awards Purna Virji was awarded the US Search Search Personality of the Year Award for 2019. The award could not have gone to a nicer, more humble, more caring and giving individual. Purna is the Senior Manager, Global Engagement at Microsoft. She speaks none stop, all around the world, on search. Her breadth and depth of knowledge on the space is amazing. At the same time, I don't know how she...

Google has some interesting hallways at its office. Here is one that is a bit psychedelic. I think it changes colors as you walk through it based on the angle you are looking at it. Why? I guess, why not? This photo is from 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. Note: This story...

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: Disavow Tool Hurts Too Many Sites[2]Google hasn't been a huge fan of folks using the disavow link tool but the tool remains because it may help some sites that simply have a lot of bad links pointing to it. Gary Illyes of Google said at PubCon...

Google hasn't been a huge fan[1] of folks using the disavow link tool but the tool remains because it may help some sites that simply have a lot of bad links pointing to it. Gary Illyes of Google said at PubCon that if it was up to him, he would do away with the disavow link tool because often enough it hurts more than it helps many sites. Here are some tweets of Gary saying something like...

Google's Gary Illyes said you really only need to invest in a link audit if you had some shady SEO done on your site in the past. He said otherwise, if you are just looking for better rankings, there is no need for a link audit to be done. Here is the tweet of Gary saying this at PubCon: Q: Should sites invest in link audits?A: "If you know you had a shady SEO company or you were...

It appears that Gary Illyes from Google said that if you have a link on a page and that link points to page A, but then you change that same link to point to page B - the value and relevance of that link changes as well. Marie Haynes quoted Gary as saying "the weight" of that link "will very likely change." Again, this is Gary talking on stage, on the hot seat, answering tons of questions...

Gary Illyes from Google was asked if Google search tracks or recognizes authors. He said for Google Search it is more about entities, not authors. But for Google News and Google Scholar, Google does recognize authors. The concept of authorship in Google search is long gone[1]. Here are the tweets covering what Gary said at PubCon: Q- Does google track author credentials across various sites?A- I think yes, but for Google News and scholar. In web search, not quite...

Here are castellers, a human built tower, at the GooglePlex, the Google headquarters in Mountain View, California. This was posted by Castellers de Vilafranca on Instagram[1]. Pretty wild! 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. Note: This story was pre-written before the Sukkot holiday. I am currently offline for the holiday[3] and unable to respond...