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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 Volatility & Fluctuations Super Unusual[2]Over the past few days, the fluctuations and volatility seen in the Google organic search results seem very unusual. Searcher behavior is probably changing and maybe with that, the search results are changing for many categories. So maybe this is the...

Kevin Doory is the Director of SEO at AutoRevo[1]. In fact, I know Kevin through two of my RustyBrick employees. He worked together with one of my employees back in Maryland. He actually started in SEO doing automotive SEO and did other things in SEO and now is back in automotive SEO. He has the agency experience, in-house experience, consulting experience and has done some of this numerous times. Traditional SEO he said is easier because there...

Over the past few days, the fluctuations and volatility seen in the Google organic search results seem very unusual. Searcher behavior is probably changing and maybe with that, the search results are changing for many categories. So maybe this is the new normal? There is chatter but the tracking tools are showing very unusual patterns. Here is some of the conversation at WebmasterWorld[1]: I have Tech site (programming tutorials) and seeing the same trends. Last weekend traffic was...

Google is testing displaying new attributes for local results that show if there is dine in, delivery or takeout services. Brian Freiesleben and Mike Blumenthal shared screen shots with me over the past few days. Here is a screen shot (click on it to enlarge the image): You can see Google is labeling a red X near options that are not available and a green checkmark near the options that are available. Here are more screen shots: https://t.co/b0EY5xknQY noticed this...

Valentin Pletzer posted screen shots on Twitter[1] of a new email preferences feature in Google Search Console. This is something we knew Google[2] has been working on but now we can see some of it in these screen shots that Valentin shared. It looks like more granular level control over the emails you want to receive from Google Search Console. Here is a screen shot of the new gear icon next to the notification menu: Here is a...

Almost a year ago, Google was spotted testing a Google Ads format that shows the Google Ads in a carousel format[1]. Well, Google might be testing it again, or it might be some sort of malware causing this. Matt Burgess posted a screen cast of this on Twitter[2] so you can see it in action but here is a screen shot followed by his screen cast: @rustybrick - not sure if this is new, but looks like a...

If you search for some restaurant related keywords, such as [steakhouse nyc[1]], Google will show you the typical "discover more places" carousel of images. But now Google is showing "takeout" and "delivery" cards as the first two options. Here is a screen shot: Mordy Oberstein spotted this and posted it on Twitter[2]: Here's an interesting one.Every food-related Discover More Places carousel now begins with cards for 'Takeout' and 'Delivery'Makes total sense.cc; @rustybrick pic.twitter.com/n7JkcZhvuJ[3][4] — Mordy Oberstein (@MordyOberstein) March 30, 2020[5] Shows...

Jay Keitheuc posted a video walkthrough of the GooglePlex, he is calling it the EmptyPlex, because there is no one there. I think this was taken on Sunday, yesterday, but even so, it is weird seeing it looking like a ghost town. More than weird, super sad. He posted the video 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...

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: Link-rel-alternate-hreflang (I assume that's what you mean :)) doesn't change ranking, it's meant to swap out the visible URL against the best-matching one. Using hreflang within or across domains is fine.[2], John Mueller on Twitter I'm not aware of any immediate plans, sorry![3], John...

This week we had another possible but still unconfirmed Google search ranking update. Google said they do not penalize for weird brand or site names. Google said it is a myth that it prioritizes AMP pages in search. Google is sending out Search Console notices about event markup issues. Google now has a changelog for its search developer documentation. Bing added a microsite to promote its URL and content submission API. SEOs are claiming declines in...