Search Engine Round Table
- Why Is There No Discover Data In Google Search Console API? There Is No Query.
- Google: If You Remove A Part Of Your Site, The Site Will Rank Differently
- Poll: SEOs Split On How They Will Nofollow Sponsored Links
- Google: Coming Back In Search Is Faster Than Dropping Out In Search After Downtime
- Bing Did You Know Box In Search Results
The Google Search Console Performance report API does not include Google Discover data. We've known that for a while. But the question is why? John Mueller of Google said the reason is "partially because there's no notion of "query"."
Here is one of those classic John Mueller responses, where the Googler said "So, asked differently, if you remove a part of your website, will that website rank differently? Yes, of course it will. It's a different website afterwards." Classic.
Search Engine Land
- Google Ads Editor v1.7 brings support for Hotel ads and lead form extensions - 02-08-2021
- Google’s back-to-school shopping tips for local merchants; Monday’s daily brief - 02-08-2021
- Google math solver guidelines require accuracy - 02-08-2021
- Google’s local ads tips for the back-to-school shopping season - 30-07-2021
- Did Google admit it uses click data for search? Not really.; Friday’s daily brief - 30-07-2021
Search Engine Watch
- The future of gaming and streaming: a networking and SEO arsenal
- Six content ideas to supercharge your marketing in 2021
- How to show the business value of your SEO proposal
- The importance of accurate keyword difficulty scores
- Multilingual SEO for voice searches: Comprehensive guide
02-08-2021 - Highlights of the gaming industry's challenges, the lack of SEO and internet marketing utilization, and scope for innovation The post The future of gaming and streaming: a networking and SEO arsenal appeared first on Search Engine Watch.
28-07-2021 - In the era of content overload, here's how you can brew fresh ideas to bolster your marketing strategy and stand out The post Six content ideas to supercharge your marketing in 2021 appeared first on Search Engine Watch.
Search Engine Journal
- 7 Ways to Write Blog Introductions Your Readers & Google Will Love via @sejournal, @pawelgra77
- Google: Website Downtime Shouldn’t Impact Search Rankings via @sejournal, @MattGSouthern
- 3 Traffic & Conversion Secrets Amazon Doesn’t Want You To Know [Webinar] via @sejournal, @hethr_campbell
- Do This, Not That: Your Guide to Successful Marketing in 2021 via @sejournal, @hethr_campbell
- Microsoft Ads August Updates: New Bidding Strategy, New Automated Extensions, & More via @sejournal, @hoffman8
03-08-2021 - Discover how to write blog introductions that engage readers, support your SEO, and help Google better understand the topic of the page.The post 7 Ways to Write Blog Introductions Your Readers & Google Will Love appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
03-08-2021 - Google’s John Mueller says a website going down temporarily likely won’t have a negative impact on search rankings.The post Google: Website Downtime Shouldn’t Impact Search Rankings 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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