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12.08.2019

Google: We Try Recognize Author Details, Reviewer Details & Overall Site Quality Details

Google's John Mueller said in that video hangout at the 39:51 mark that Google does try to recognize "additional details about information about the author, information about the reviewers, about the website overall, through through a number of ways." Weiter...
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09.08.2019

Google: When Linking Images, Make Sure There Is Alt Text On Images

Google's John Mueller said in a video hangout this morning at the 1 hour, 5 minute mark, that when you link using images, make sure those images at least have some alt text on them. He said this would "to kind of give us the anchor text" for that link. Weiter...
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08.08.2019

Google Makes Podcasts Playable in Search Results via @MattGSouthern

Google is now surfacing podcast episodes that can be played directly in search results.The post Google Makes Podcasts Playable in Search Results via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Weiter...
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08.08.2019

A Google Bug is Preventing the Indexing of New Content via @MattGSouthern

Google is currently experiencing a bug that is preventing newly-published from being indexed.The post A Google Bug is Preventing the Indexing of New Content via @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Weiter...
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07.08.2019

Google Search Console Sending Monthly Performance Reports

Google is now sending some Google Search Console profiles a monthly performance report via email. The email shares the clicks, impressions and pages with first impressions for your site. It also dives into more details like your best content pages, and a lot more. Weiter...
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06.08.2019

Google Search Team Stricter With Google's Internal SEO Team

John Mueller from Google said that the Google search team is very strict with Google's internal SEO team. He said on Reddit "I imagine the SEO team at Google has a pretty hard time comparatively, given how strictly we separate the rest of search from their side." Weiter...
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05.08.2019

Google: Word Count Is Not A Ranking Factor

Google's John Mueller said in a Reddit thread that Google does not use word count as a ranking factor. He wrote "Word count is not a ranking factor." I mean, this is literally short and to the point and I am not sure how many ways you can look at this and interpret this a different way? Weiter...
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02.08.2019

Google Posts Help Advice For Sites Impacted By Core Updates

Finally, we knew this was coming, and now it is here, Google posted advice on what you can do it help your site perform better in the Google search rankings in the days of Google's core algorithm updates. This is despite Google saying there is no fix, they repeated, there is no fix, but Google is trying to help site owners focus more on overall quality. Weiter...
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01.08.2019

Google Announces Featured Snippets Update via @martinibuster

Google announces an update to featured snippets that changes some results by freshness.The post Google Announces Featured Snippets Update via @martinibuster appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Weiter...
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01.08.2019

Finding fresh, helpful information through featured snippets

Sometimes when you use Google, you’re seeking information when timeliness matters, even if your query doesn’t spell that out. For example, when you search for something like “income brackets,” it’s likely that you’re looking for this year’s tax information, not last year’s.U.S. income brackets were updated for 2019, so recent information is most helpful.On the other hand, for many queries, the most useful information isn’t necessarily found among the most recent web results. For instance, if you ask “Why is the sky red at sunset,” the underlying explanation doesn’t change over time, and the clearest description is often found on an older page. Prioritizing fresh content wouldn’t necessarily yield better results. At the core of Search is language understanding, and our systems don’t understand language the same way humans do. This is why we’re constantly developing new ways to better understand your searches and provide relevant results, especially in cases where there is useful context that is implied, like whether freshness matters.As part of our ongoing efforts to make Search work better for you, a new algorithm update improves our systems’ understanding of what information remains useful over time and what becomes out-of-date more quickly. This is particularly helpful for featured snippets, a feature in Search that highlights pages that our systems determine are most likely to have the information you’re looking for. For queries where fresh information is important, our systems will try to find the most useful and up-to-date featured snippets.  Here are some examples where fresh featured snippets are especially helpful. You might be looking for information that is updated on a regular basis, like the next full moon, the winner of a reality TV show, or upcoming holidays. Other information gets more accurate over time. For example, as an event approaches, we learn more specific details. A fresher page about an upcoming TV premiere might have more specific information and other useful content, like trailers, that you can click through to view.Sometimes a query is related to current events, so fresh sources are particularly important. If you’re searching for a food recall, for example, you probably want to find the most recent information with guidance for that specific issue.Above: Before launch, a snippet pointing to less recent information. Bottom: After launch, information about the most recent recall.Content on the web is always changing—sometimes at rapid speed, depending on the topic—so our results for any given query can change along with it. (In fact, that’s why you may not currently see some of the results above.) We strive to always update  our systems to keep our results relevant and useful. Some of the changes we make may not always be obvious, but we hope we are always able to help you find the fresh information you’re looking for. Weiter...
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