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SEO Web Design, LLC / Articles posted by Search Engine Roundtable (Page 8)

In May of this year, Google said on the Google Australian blog[1] that "in the last year, news-related queries accounted for just over 1 percent of total queries on Google Search in Australia." Google said this represents "a very small part of this content." Danny Sullivan of Google was asked "Is there a number/range for what % of Google searches are related to news?" He responded "We shared this for Australia: "News-related queries accounted for just over...

Google announced[1] it has expanded the business messaging features it launched in Google Search and Google Maps. This service can now be integrated with your customer service platforms and Google added smart replies, visual product carousels, and unique welcome messages. Google launched messaging in Google My Business[2] in 2017. But now it has been improved and expanded. Google wrote: Today we’re expanding Business Messages in Maps and Search to support all kinds of businesses, and giving them the...

Here is an awesome Instagram[1] video from a construction professional named Kendrick Allen in a digger truck, digging out an area at the new Google super campus near the GooglePlex. How cool is this to watch, the embed is below, click play. 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...

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: You Cannot Control Where Google Crawls You From[2]We know Google almost always crawls from the United States of America. But sometimes Google can send out its army of bots from other regions. You can not explicitly request Google to crawl from a specific region or location....

We know Google almost always crawls from the United States of America[1]. But sometimes Google can send out its army of bots from other regions[2]. You can not explicitly request Google to crawl from a specific region or location. Google does this on its own. Of course, you can try to block GoogleBot but that is not safe. John Mueller of Google was asked if there is a way to prevent GoogleBot from crawling his site from...

Google announced[1] yesterday that instead of just giving you the option to set your deletion settings to happen, it will do so for you. Instead of defaulting to not deleting your Google history, Google will set your search data to delete after 18-months, YouTube data after 36-months, etc. The new setting will just default to auto-delete as opposed to never delete: Google said "today we’re changing our data retention practices to make auto-delete the default for our core...

Google is sending out emails that it will be sunsetting, discontinuing, the Google Partners Acceleration program on June 30, 2020. The email says "We are sunsetting the Acceleration program. The program will officially end on June 30, 2020. This is why we’d like to invite you to redeem your points for some of your favorite prizes." Peter Heise shared on Twitter[1] screen shots of this email from Google. In short, Google is asking those who are using the...

Google is testing showing just a single star icon for the star rich results, even if the rich results should show multiple stars. This was spotted by Vlad Rappoport and here is the screen shot he posted on Twitter[1]. You can see both search result snippets have over 4 stars listed numerically in the snippet but the star icon only shows a single star. For example, Best Buy has a 4.8 star rating with 505 ratings but...

Google announced[1] a bunch of new or updated tools from the Google Ads side yesterday. These include an updated test my site portal, feeds in app campaigns and deferred deep linking, deep linking expansions and a new ad destination report. In short; if you don't want to read too much; here are quick hits on what is new: (1) Test My Site: Revamped microsite for providing marketers and developers recommendations on increasing site speed and performance. Play with...

We have covered tons of varieties of swings at Google and we even covered the swings outside of the Google Dublin office[1]. But here is a vide of someone using this swing. The photo is from a couple of days ago, but I suspect this was taken a while back, since the office is pretty much closed. Here is an embed from Instagram[2] of this video: This post is part of our daily Search Photo of the Day[3]...