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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 67)

Here is a photo I found on Instagram[1] of a space at the GooglePlex, Google's main headquarters in Mountain View, California. It shows Googlely colored bikes hanging from the ceiling. They are Penny-farthing style bikes. Why? I do not know. 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...

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: Changes To The Search Systems Take Time[2]Remember when Danny Sullivan of Google showed how he documented an issue in Google search to share internally for review by Google engineers? Well, he was then asked for an ETA on the fix. In which he said "There's not...

Remember when Danny Sullivan of Google showed how he documented an issue in Google search[1] to share internally for review by Google engineers? Well, he was then asked for an ETA on the fix. In which he said "There's not going to be an immediate change." These changes take time and need to be tested he added. He posted on Twitter[2] "There's not going to be an immediate change. If you see a shift, it's probably that...

Google's John Mueller said that even in 2020 Google does "use PageRank internally." He added that it is one of among many other signals Google uses. But Google does not use domain authority, a metric from Moz, he had to say again. John also added that it is different from the original PageRank Google used in the 90s. He said "It's not quite the same as the original paper, there are lots of quirks (eg, disavowed links,...

I often give this fluffy advice[1] that you should "build a site and content that Google is embarrassed doesn't rank well for the queries they deserve to rank for." Well, here is an example of that advice working. John Mueller of Google has watched a site do everything it should and it still doesn't rank. What is he going to do? He said he will bring this specific site to the search engineers to figure out what...

This is fun - as you know, the SEM community is not super happy about the change in requirements[1] around the Google partner badges. Google tried to clarify[2] and dumb it down a little but in short, SEMs feel the requirements align too much with Google revenue goals and less with client goals. So Greg Finn made his own badge named Client Partners at https://client.partners/[3]. It says: On February 12th, 2020 Google thrust new regulations upon the Google...

As you know, Google said they would move the right hand side featured snippets from the right side to the center/top[1], but until then, Google would stop deduplicating[2] those snippets. According to both RankRanger and Moz, Google has removed a nice chunk of those, about 60% according to these tool providers. But no, they have not yet moved to the center, they are just gone. Here is a chart Mordy from RankRanger shared on Twitter[3], he said...

I am not sure what this is about. Maybe it is an art project of some kind. But I found this photo of a car body frame suspended in air near the Google offices, the GooglePlex, in Mountain View, California. Again, no more clues about this but it was posted on Instagram[1] less than 24-hours ago. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[2] column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to...

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 Patent Related To Medic Update? Website Representation Vector For Classifying Web Sites.[2]Bill Slawski posted about a new Google patent application filed in August of 2018 that was just revealed last week named Website Representation Vector to Generate Search Results and Classify Website. This patent can explain...

John Mueller from Google said just because a web site was once penalized, it does not mean it cannot be penalized again for the same issue. It is not like when you get a specific virus, that if you survive it, you become immune to getting that specific virus again. You can be penalized by Google for the same issue more than once. Here is where John said this: Sure. — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) February 23, 2020[1] This is...