Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.
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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Spooky Search Updates, Search Console Domain Property, Lazy Loading SEO & Google Ad PlacementsThis week, we had another, maybe larger Google algorithm update on November 7th or so that may have shifted the Halloween update. I posted the monthly Google webmaster report…
Google Tests Bold URLs & Breadcrumbs In Search Result SnippetsFresh out of the snippets team meeting, Google is testing bolding the URL and/or breadcrumbs in the search result snippets. I doubt the meeting is related to the test, but heck. Either way, Google is constantly testing this type of stuff, I just find it surprising they would test bolding the URL/breadcrumb section.
Google Tests Multifaceted Featured Snippets In Desktop Results AgainGoogle confirmed with Search Engine Land the other day that they are experimenting with showing multifaceted featured snippets on desktop search, it was rolled out for mobile search some time ago. A couple weeks ago we saw some people seeing it and now more are seeing it also. I personally still cannot replicate it.
Google Team Meets Regarding SEO Feedback On Display Of Snippets & Search ResultsA couple weeks ago Danny Sullivan from Google asked SEOs about providing feedback on how Google shows the search results, the snippets, links, structured data, etc. Now he shared a photo of a large meeting with that team reviewing all that feedback. How nice – don’t you think?
Google Doodle For Amanda CroweToday on the Google home page in the United States is a Doodle to remember and honor the life of Amanda Crowe, the artist. Amanda was a woodcarver and educator from Cherokee, North Carolina who was an Eastern Band Cherokee. She was most well known for her woodcarvings.
Two Old Google Search Guys Together Again; Paul Haahr & Matt CuttsI was going through my daily scans of Google photos and spotted a photo of Matt Cutts, former Google quality lead, and Paul Haahr, current top ranking engineer at Google, snap
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