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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 76)

Google announced[1] it is now limiting the number of service areas a business can list to no more than 20. Google wrote in the Google Ads Help page "service area businesses are now limited to having a maximum of 20 service areas per business." Google added the limit, which was previously not listed at all, on the help document[2], which now reads "you can add up to 20 service areas." What if you need more? Google said they...

Google has added some new features to the Google Merchant Center. First Google added multi-country feeds, which allow you to target multiple countries that share the same language by using a single feed in that language. Google also redesigned the interface with clearer workflows, simpler navigation, and more program insights. The multi-country feeds let you reach multiple countries with a single feed submission. Here is the example Google has given us, "if you upload product information in...

For the past couple of days I have been noticing changes to the local pack rankings in Google. The Google My Business local results are changing but the forums are pretty quiet about it. But Austin Holdsworth posted on Twitter[1] about it and the Local RankFlux tracker is showing changes as well. In addition, now the Local Search Forums[2] has chatter on it. Here is Austin's tweet: @JoyanneHawkins[3] @mblumenthal[4] @rustybrick[5] are you all seeing any changes in GMB...

Here are the cookies being served during lunch at the Google Webmaster Conference from Monday. Dennis Goedegebuure shared this photo on Twitter[1] of it. I have some video of it in my video below as well. [embedded content] Here are photos of GoogleBot cookies from 2011[2]. This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[3] column, where we find fun and interesting photos related to the search industry and share them with our readers. References^ Twitter (twitter.com)^ GoogleBot...

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: Vlog #23: Aja Frost from HubSpot On Topic Clusters, Featured Snippets, Image SEO & Suggested Clips[2]Aja Frost (@ajavuu) is the senior SEO strategies at Hubspot, she joined the SEO team there 1.5 years ago but has been with HubSpot for over three years. Aja comes from a...

Aja Frost (@ajavuu[1]) is the senior SEO strategies at Hubspot[2], she joined the SEO team there 1.5 years ago but has been with HubSpot for over three years. Aja comes from a freelance writing background before she did SEO. Aja saw that the company's blog traffic was pretty flat and noticed that Google organic traffic can be a nice driver of traffic. She came up with a content SEO strategy while at that team and then moved...

Google's John Mueller every now and then has to respond to someone with the old saying, two wrongs don't make a right. Often enough people ask him, my competitor is doing X, which is against Google's guidelines. My competitor is ranking well, can I do that also? It is hard, it is human nature, to see someone doing something that is wrong and even though they are getting away with it and doing well possibly by doing...

Google recently released the Google Search Console Speed Reports[1], which is still in the "experimental" stage. But SEOs want to know when there will be an API for this data. John Mueller from Google said there is currently no ETA for an API for these reports. He said this on Twitter[2]: No ETA, sorry. Glad you like it though! — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) November 5, 2019[3] The truth is, the Search Console API has very limited features right now....

Gary Illyes from Google clarified on Twitter that the production parser, which Google recently opened sourced[1] for all to see, it different from the parser Google uses in Search Console. So the results might come out differently. What is different, Gary said on Twitter[2] the Search Console parser uses a Java port that is disconnected from production. Here is what Gary wrote: If you don't believe that the os version is indeed the production parser, you can get...

One of the takeaways from the Google Webmaster Conference[1] was that if Google tries to access your robots.txt file is unreachable but it does exist then Google won't crawl your site. Google said about 26% of the time GoogleBot cannot reach a robots.txt file. WordPress might make changes in order to reduce this error rate. Here is one of many tweets about this: Seriously? One out of four times googlebot cannot reach a site’s robots.txt? 🤯 then they...