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Daily Search Forum Recap: October 16, 2020

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:

Other Great Search Forum Threads:

Search Engine Land Stories:

Other Great Search Stories:


Industry & Business

Links & Content Marketing

Local & Maps

Mobile & Voice



Search Features

Other Search


  1. ^ Search Engine Roundtable (
  2. ^ Video: Big Changes Coming To Google Search, Indexing Issues Grow, New Quality Raters Guidelines & Bing Site Explorer (
  3. ^ Google Search Announcements: BERT, Passages & Subtopic Indexing & More (
  4. ^ Google Local Wait Times For Restaurants Inaccurate (
  5. ^ Bing Site Explorer: Old But New (
  6. ^ Google Tests How To Rich Results Results On Desktop Again (
  7. ^ Google Tests Ads In Google Maps Autocomplete Predictions (
  8. ^ Google Will Disapprove Out Of Stock Products From Data Feed When In Stock On Site (
  9. ^ Googler Returns To Office After Six-Months (
  10. ^ For one-off things like that it’s fine to use (well, once it’s back :)). That said, if you’re redirecting a domain and key pages don’t “move over”, that sounds more like a canonicalization issue rather than (
  11. ^ Introducing the new Google Analytics, designed to help you get the essential insights you need to be ready for what’s next. Read the announcement → (
  12. ^ 1/ After a very long gradual rollout, thanks to @carlosjoan91’s efforts, mixed content is no longer really a thing in Chrome: any http:// subresources on https:// pages will be either upgraded to https:// or blocked. (https:/ (
  13. ^ I don’t know the dettails of that element, but one way to check is to do a/b testing with instrumented pages. If it’s broadly used, then I’m sure they’d be happy for feedback. (
  14. ^ If the m-dot & desktop are properly connected, then that’s not something to worry about (previously the same would be the other way around anyway). (
  15. ^ Most of the code I “work” on is short & just for me :). I like to see it more as practicing & learning – not everything needs to be world-changing. (
  16. ^ SEOs are generally extremely resilient & quick to adapt. And there are so many awesome & smart folks in the community happy to help out (some are also friendly). (
  17. ^ Yes, if they’re in the HTML (either directly, or in the DOM after rendering) then they’ll be used normally, even if they’re not visible by default (hidden with CSS). (
  18. ^ The Last Part of Yahoo Groups to Go Offline December 15, 2020 (

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