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

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: October 2019 Google Webmaster Report[2]Last month was incredibly active in so many ways when it comes to Google search and SEO topics. So if you want to catch up quickly on the past month, read this story...

Google Ads has added[1] the ability for your to allow user-generated images in your product reviews. Google said "You can now include review images in your product review feeds, allowing customers to visually connect with what you sell through pictures of previous customers wearing or using your products." There is a new schema you can add to your product feeds for reviewer_images[2]. You also need to be part of the Product Ratings program which you can apply...

Andy Simpson posted an example of a business listing in Google Maps that shows animated GIFs for some of its business photos. So I guess you can upload animated GIFs to your Google My Business profile and those on mobile looking at your local listing may see the GIFs. He posted about this on Twitter[1] saying "You can post animated gifs to GMB via mobile!" Starbucks has this he said and shared this video screen capture of it...

Google News has supposedly made it harder to become a Google News news source. John Mueller of Google said he knows that Google News applications have to go through a stricter process to get accepted these days. He said the bar has been set higher, which he thinks is a good thing. He said this at the 5:57 mark[1] into a video hangout from last week. He said "I know they have made, I believe they've [Google...

Google's John Mueller said that links do not expire, but it may be the case that links can become less important over time as the pages that link to you become less relevant over time. John said this at around the 49:43 mark[1] into a video hangout last week when he was asked "Do links expire after a while? I mean the signals that they're passing." John Mueller immediately said "no, they don't expire." But he added that...

Dana Fried from Google's Chrome team shared a photo on Twitter[1] of a graveyard of Google products at the Google Seattle (Fremont campus) offices. It has Google+, Orkut, Google Wave, Google Buzz, Google Reader in a cemetery setting. Google has way more products that they killed off over the years, but I guess they didn't even get a proper Google burial? I am not sure who maintains it, but it is pretty funny Google would have one of...

This week we covered a new unconfirmed Google algorithm update that touched down on October 3rd. Google announced a new user agent name for GoogleBot launching in December. Google added the change of address tool to the new Google Search Console. Google is investigating a spike in searches for loans last month. Google Search Console’s link report might be buggy. Google said HTML sitemaps are not worthwhile for SEO and said H1 tags don’t help with...

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: Search Buzz Video Recap: Google October Algorithm Update, GoogleBot's New Name, Search Console Changes & More[2]This week we covered a new unconfirmed Google algorithm update that touched down on October 3rd. Google announced a new user agent name for GoogleBot launching in December. Google added the change...

Google announced[1] that you can now make some edits to Google My Business listings as an unverified business owner within Google My Business. Google said "Business owners will be able to suggest edits to some core business information directly from their Google My Business account before verifying their business. This is like the “Suggest an edit” experience, but for unverified business owners." Google said these edits "will go through the regular review process, and pending review, these...

Earlier this week, we covered that Google's John Mueller said H1 tags are not critical[1] for your search rankings. The SEO community kind of divided and went nuts on this topic. Some said, but how can H1 tags not be critical to rankings, while others agreed with Google and said yea, they don't matter. Yesterday, Google published a polished video on the H1 topic. The video basically said for Google search, H1s do not matter. You can...