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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 Search Algorithm Update Blip On Monday & Tuesday?[2]Monday and Tuesday there was a blip of fluctuations and chatter across the SEO community around a Google search algorithm update. We have SEOs noticing ranking changes over a 24-48 hour period and some of the toolsets picked up...

Rhea Drysdale (@rhea[1]), CEO of Outspoken Media[2] invited me to her office in Troy, New York to talk search. We started off talking about growing up in the SEO industry, the good and the bad of that. We then talked about how her first career was in SEO and then discussed her early SEO career. She won an award; the 40 under 40[3], but said awards are not important to her personally but likely will submit for...

Monday and Tuesday there was a blip of fluctuations and chatter across the SEO community around a Google search algorithm update[1]. We have SEOs noticing ranking changes over a 24-48 hour period and some of the toolsets picked up on dense rank position changes over the past couple of days. This does not seem big, just more like a blip for a short period of time. This is not like big unconfirmed one[2] from the other week...

John Mueller of Google was asked if there is a difference between a Google broad core update and a Google core update. John responded on Twitter[1] "I imagine that's generally the same." I suspect they are. Here is the question and answer: I imagine that's generally the same (though I don't really know where you're getting them from). — 🍌 John 🍌 (@JohnMu) February 18, 2020[2] From how I see it, they are the same. The "broad" part is when...

Google Ads announced[1] that you can now enable continuous audience sharing in your manager accounts. This allows you to not have to share them manually all the time, instead just enable it and Google will continually share the audience lists across accounts. Google said "Whether your goal is to increase sales or drive brand awareness, remarketing to people who have already engaged with your website can help you grow your business. With a manager account, you can...

Google has added two new features to the change of address tool in Google Search Console. The one helps you validate your move with redirect validation. The other feature reminds you, or someone else with Search Console access, that the site is moving. The two new features as worded by Google: Redirect validation for top 5 URLs of the moving domain. Reminders on top of both the moving domain and the destination domain. Here is a screen shot showing off...

No, really not joking. The folks at Reflect Digital, took an illustration of my face, framed it and gave it to their SEO Account Manager, Andy, for Valentines Day. They posted about it on Twitter[1] earlier this month. Really, I am not joking. Here it is: An early #ValentinesDay[2] gift for our SEO Account Manager Andy. 😂His very own @rustybrick in a frame to give him #SEO wisdom on the daily. 🙌 pic.twitter.com/pn8aOBf8AJ[3][4][5] — Reflect Digital (@ReflectDigital) February 6, 2020[6] This...

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: How To Remove Postmates Links In Google Local Knowledge Panel[2]One of the more annoying things I run into with the Google local panels is a link to order online that simply does not work. In fact, I see it so often that I do not trust the...

One of the more annoying things I run into with the Google local panels is a link to order online that simply does not work. In fact, I see it so often that I do not trust the links Google shows in the local knowledge panel. Instead, I go directly to the business web site to check if they have online ordering instead. One of the bigger problems seems to be with a company called Postmates. You...

As you know, Google announced new Google Partner program requirements[1] and the SEM industry did not like them. So Google went ahead and clarified the performance requirements saying that partners do not need to do 100% of the performance metrics but rather only 70%. This still does not make SEMs too happy but it does lessen the burden a bit on those requirements. The requirements[2] document has been updated. It previously said: Meet the performance requirement by using Google...