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05.05.2020

Google May 2020 Core Update Is Live - What We See So Far

Yesterday at around 3:50pm ET Google said the new Google May 2020 Core Update is now rolling out. Google said on Twitter "we are releasing a broad core algorithm update, as we do several times per year." "It is called the May 2020 Core Update," Google added. Google also said "it will typically take about one to two weeks to fully roll out." Weiter...
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04.05.2020

Google Confirms May 2020 Core Algorithm Update Rolling Out Today via @MattGSouthern

Google’s Danny Sullivan has confirmed that a core algorithm update is rolling out today – May 4, 2020.The post Google Confirms May 2020 Core Algorithm Update Rolling Out Today via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Weiter...
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04.05.2020

Google: No, We Have Not Slowed Crawling Because Of COVID-19

I am not sure where this is coming from but this is the second time I am covering a topic about Google slowing crawling and indexing because of COVID-19 and the coronavirus. I covered it a few weeks ago and now John Mueller of Google had to say again, that Google is not slowing crawling sites because of this virus outbreak. Weiter...
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04.05.2020

Google Ads: We Blocked Over 5,000 Ads Per Minute

Google posted some of their Google Ads preventative measures from 2019 saying they blocked over 5,000 bad ads per minute last year. Google blocked and removed 2.7 billion bad ads, suspended nearly 1 million advertiser accounts, terminated over 1.2 million publisher accounts and removed ads from over 21 million publisher web pages. Weiter...
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01.05.2020

Site Go Down? Google May Start Deindexing URLs In Two-Days

Google's John Mueller said that in some cases, if your site goes down, Google may start to remove URLs from its index within two-days. This is on a URL by URL basis, so Google needs to see if the URL is not active and then try a couple more times, and if it is still not coming up, Google can remove it from its index within two days. Weiter...
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30.04.2020

Google: We Do Not Use Google Analytics For Indexing

Google has said this many times, in many different ways, Google does not use Google Analytics for web search. John Mueller of Google said the other day that Google does not use Google Analytics for indexing purposes. Weiter...
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30.04.2020

Google Advice On Old Content On News Sites: Remove, Noindex Or Leave It

Google's John Mueller was asked for advice on what to do with old articles published on a pop culture publishing site that has nearly 25 years of content on it. Of course the answer is it depends; you can either remove the content, noindex the old articles or just leave it and let Google handle it. But what should you really do? Weiter...
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30.04.2020

Google Search Ranking Update Flutters April 28th & 29th

There may have been a Google search ranking algorithm update over the past couple of days; on April 28th and 29th. There is chatter within the SEO industry and some of the tools are showing pretty heavy signs of an update. Weiter...
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29.04.2020

Confirmed: Google Site Speed Is A Teeny-Tiny Ranking Factor

I've been saying this for years but now Google has confirmed that the site speed ranking signals are a small, even "teeny tiny" ranking factor in Google search. Gary Illyes from Google said on Twitter "ranking wise it's a teeny tiny factor." Weiter...
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29.04.2020

Google Discards Duplicated Reconsideration Requests

Google's John Mueller said it is a waste of time to submit an additional reconsideration request after you already submitted one. Google will discard any new reconsideration requests he said. So submitting a new one, won't help you. John said "If the last reconsideration request is still pending, submitting another one won't make it be processed faster -- the new ones will be discarded as duplicates instead." Weiter...
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