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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: Pages Dropping Out Of Google's Index With More Google Ranking Fluctuations?[2]This morning I am seeing a number of complaints around pages being dropped from Google's search index. This is coupled with a few of the automated tracking tools showing some ranking turbulence this morning in Google Search. Google...

This morning I am seeing a number of complaints around pages being dropped from Google's search index. This is coupled with a few of the automated tracking tools showing some ranking turbulence this morning in Google Search. Just to catch you up, last week we saw some signs of a Google search ranking update on the 23rd[1]. But it turns out, it may have been related to an unconfirmed Google canonical issue[2]. FYI, Google asked you share...

It looks like Google.com and Sitemaps.org host the same exact copies of the Sitemaps.org information. Is this a classic no-no when it comes to duplicate content? Jamie Alberico posted about this on Twitter[1] and yea, it seems to be the case. In fact, if you search for [sitemaps.org faq[2]] you get both sites; (a) sitemaps.org/faq.html[3] and (b) google.com/sitemaps/faq.html[4]: Google does own the domain, sitemaps.org but it also seems Google is the only one maintaining the content? I don't know...

Google is testing showing the people also search for query expander feature not just in the search results but also directly in the Google search bar. Yes, in the auto-complete search suggestions drop down bar, Google is testing showing the people also search for options. Here is a photo of a screen (not really screenshot) of this in action from Saad AK on Twitter[1] - you can click on it to enlarge it: I do not believe I've...

Google announced[1] new performance metrics, specifically for Google My Business Insights. Now, this is probably what we covered over here[2]. Google said "business Profile Performance reporting is moving closer to your profile on Search and Maps. You'll be able to access more of the core profile metrics directly from your Business Profile." Google added "we start with interactions to let you know how often people have contacted you. More metrics will follow over the next months and...

Today on Google's home page is the first bobblehead Doodle I believe in its history. In fact, Google is specifically celebrating the dachshund bobblehead, the weiner dog doll with a wobbly, spring-attached head that originated in Germany as a friendly vehicle accessory. The Google Doodle is super interactive, you can click on it and it expands and then you can click on the bobblehead weiner as well. This originated in Germany in the 1970s. The dachshund has long...

Look at that lawn. I am jealous. But hey, this is Google budget. Here is a photo of the Google Chicago office rooftop lawn about to be mowed. It is not often you have grass on rooftops but still. This was shared on Instagram[1]. 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...

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: Were There Google Search Canonical URL Issues Around September 23rd?[2]Remember that possible Google search ranking algorithm update from September 23rd? As I mentioned in my weekly video this Friday, some felt it may have been caused by a canonical bug with Google search. I wanted to share...

Drew Madore ventured out from his lock down to meet with me at a nearby baseball stadium. I selected the area because it let us have several football fields of space for socially distancing. Looking at it now, it does look a bit too much but hey, trying to be super safe during these times. Drew Madore is the CEO and founder of Synergist Digital Media[1] and The Primer Group. He has been in the SEO space...

Google has been super busy testing tons of variations of the user interface for the related searches section in the search results. I think this one is a new one from Amrit Dubey of a list view format, with each related search on its own line. Amrit shared this on Twitter[1]: Here is what I see: And I like I said, Google has been busy testing tons of variations of this, here are more that we covered[2] and there...