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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: Video: Bing Webmaster Guidelines & Ranking Factors, Google Shopping is Free & Search Console Insights[2]I pre-recorded this one, not using my normal camera, hope it came out okay and hope I am back to the normal routine next week. In any event, I published the monthly Google...

Over the past few days Tim Capper has been noticing ads back in the local knowledge panels again. I personally was unable to replicate, but now I can here and there. Greg Sterling confirmed[1] with Google that this is a new "pilot program" they are running again. Yes, again, they did this in 2017[2] and since then, has run it on and off. And now it is back. Tim posted some examples of these on Twitter[3]: Here are more...

I pre-recorded this one, not using my normal camera, hope it came out okay and hope I am back to the normal routine next week. In any event, I published the monthly Google webmaster recap, you can catch up there. Bing updated its Bing Webmaster Guidelines, there is a bunch of new things there including rel sponsored and ugc support and Bing listed out its ranking factors; things that Google does not use, Bing says they...

Andy Simpson spotted this interesting Google Maps interface test. It shows a local listing or local pack carousel in the footer section on the Google Maps view. I don't believe I've seen this before, but it is kind of nice. I cannot replicate this, but here is the GIF of it he shared on Twitter[1] and the Local Search Forums[2]: It is an interesting way to keep the local listings in view after you click on a listing...

Google announced[1] on Twitter that it made a change to how Google Search Console reports on your video structured data. Specifically, Google wrote "if you use video structured data, our reporting is now aligned with the docs and will warn if neither embedUrl nor contentUrl is used in a VideoObject." Here is the tweet: 📺 A brief heads-up on a Search Console reporting change: If you use video structured data, our reporting is now aligned with the docs...

Stephen Watts is in a Google test where Google is testing placing the people also search for and top trends feature on the right hand panel. Normally this is in the main search results on the left but here Google is testing it on the right. Stephen Watts shared a screen shot of this with me on Twitter[1]. Here it is - click to enlarge: Just yet another Google interface test[2] to add to the list. Forum discussion at...

Every year, at most of the Google offices around the world, Google replaced the signage on the outside of their buildings with a rainbow color version of the sign. This is done for Pride Month and this year, with COVID, it is no different. At least at the Google NYC office and some other offices. Here is one, of many, photos I found on Instagram[1] of the outside of the Google NYC building and the pride sign. 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: July 2020 Google Webmaster Report[2]It is time for the monthly Google Webmaster Report where I sum up the more important organic Google topics for SEOs and webmasters. The big news is that Google had some unconfirmed algorithm updates and one was big that had a larger impact...

It is time for the monthly Google Webmaster Report where I sum up the more important organic Google topics for SEOs and webmasters. The big news is that Google had some unconfirmed algorithm updates and one was big[1] that had a larger impact on government sites[2]. Google is going to be removing counterfeit goods[3] from organic search. Google Shopping is going free[4], even on Google.com. Oh, and Google has a new head of Google Search -...

As I covered at[1] Search Engine Land last night, according to a Wall Street Journal article[2], Google confirmed that it has systems that automatically will add products to your e-commerce site's shopping cart. It does this to verify the price merchants give them matches what is found in the shopping cart. Google indeed confirmed it and emailed me last night "We use automated systems to ensure consumers are getting accurate pricing information from our merchants. This sometimes...