Search Engine Round Table
- Confirmed Google Search Spam Algorithm Update On June 23rd
- All Of Google Search Content Policies In One Place
- No, Google Search Algorithm Updates Don't Impact Your Direct Traffic
- Google Local Pack Review Filters Smiley Faces
- Google Local Pack Sections Buttons Triggers Query Refinements
Google has confirmed that on June 23, 2021 it has released a search "spam update." The update started and completed on a single day, June 23rd. Google did not say exactly what type of spam it targeted with this update but just linked to its general spam prevention notices.
Google has created a single page where you can find all of the Google Search content policies. This includes Google Search's overall content policies, search feature policies and feature specific policies. You can find them all in this one document here.
Search Engine Land
- Google pushes back plan to block third-party cookies until 2023 - 24-06-2021
- Can the industry’s biggest players win over privacy enthusiasts?; Thursday’s daily brief - 24-06-2021
- Google Search releases spam update on June 23 - 23-06-2021
- Ask the expert – Your top FLoC questions answered: How Google is testing cohorts, what FLoC means for B2B and how it works with cross-device browsing - 23-06-2021
- Google rankings, quality and relevancy; Wednesday’s daily brief - 23-06-2021
Search Engine Watch
- Design systems and SEO: does it help or hinder SERP achievements?
- Here’s how you can master your next seasonal digital marketing campaign
- Quora and Reddit: Powerhouses for SEO and marketing in 2021
- Using SEO data analytics to identify business gaps
- Is it time to switch to a new SEO tool?
22-06-2021 - Joe Dawson's comprehensive guide and checklist to ensure your design systems enable great UX and gain more Google SERP visibility The post Design systems and SEO: does it help or hinder SERP achievements? appeared first on Search Engine Watch.
17-06-2021 - Seasonal marketing can get really wrong unless you start preparing early! Here’s how to utilize slower months to create an effective seasonal marketing campaign. The post Here’s how you can master your next seasonal digital marketing campaign appeared first on Search Engine Watch.
Search Engine Journal
- Google Delays Privacy Sandbox Initiatives, Extends Support for 3rd Party Cookies via @sejournal, @hoffman8
- 8 Google SEO Tips for Page One Results via @sejournal, @marktraphagen
- Just Say No to Hackers: How to Harden Your WordPress Security via @sejournal, @vahandev
- Google Rolls Out New Spam Algorithm Update via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern
- 5 Critical SEO Considerations When Optimizing News Websites via @sejournal, @AdamHeitzman
24-06-2021 - Google announced extended support of third-party cookies until 2023, while privacy sandbox initiatives continue to go through rigorous testing. Here's what you need to know!The post Google Delays Privacy Sandbox Initiatives, Extends Support for 3rd Party Cookies appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
24-06-2021 - The competition for a spot on page one of Google can be fierce, but with the right work and effort, it is achievable. Here's how.The post 8 Google SEO Tips for Page One Results appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
The SEM Post
- Google Updates Quality Rater Guidelines Targeting E-A-T, Page Quality & Interstitials
- Google Local Service Ads Display Pricing Estimates for Specific Locations
- Google Testing “Relevant History” Section in Mobile Search Results
- Google Converts PDFs, DOCs, XLS etc into HTML for Indexing
- Why Google Shows Featured Snippets With Images from Another Site
18-05-2019 - There is a brand new version of the Google Quality Rater Guidelines, and here are all the changes Google has made to the guidelines and why these changes are important. The new version is dated May 16, 2019, and replaces the one released back in 2018. One major take away is that Google is moving […] The post Google Updates Quality Rater Guidelines Targeting E-A-T, Page Quality & Interstitials appeared first on The SEM Post.
31-08-2018 - Google has added a new feature to their local services as, the special local ads that appear for searchers that are looking for a specific business type in their local area, to give estimates for specific jobs in their area. Tom Waddington shared a screenshot on Twitter. This is a great feature for searchers because […] The post Google Local Service Ads Display Pricing Estimates for Specific Locations appeared first on The SEM Post.
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