In an effort to provide easier access for mobile users to webpage content, Google announced it will start lowering the rankings of websites with "intrusive interstitials" starting on January 10, 20
Used to be, you could only have three AdSense ads on a page at a time - but no longer!
I should have known better - there are always a few jerks who take a great thing and abuse it.
The Right to be Forgotten saga is one of the more interesting stories surrounding Google (for me anyway, since I was the oldest sibling this is how I watch big brothers fight).
Google's Keyword Planner, an AdWords tool, is now restricting the amount of data available to non-advertiser or low budget accounts.
So Mozilla has a new browser add-on for Firefox called Test Pilot, which displays a link to the Wayback Machine whenever a user hits a 404 page.
On April 21st I reported that ads were spotted in the More Places section of local results in Europe.
Google is just ALL about AMP lately. And the rumor mill always seems to posit that what Google likes, it gives a SERPs boost to.
Webmasters all over the world can't wrap their heads around some of Google's data reporting. And it's not surprising, because some of those reports are pretty difficult to understand.
Alphabet (and therefore Google) saw year on year profit growth of 24% for Q2 2016.
Have on-page links become impossible to find? Have designers taken over the 'Net and thus made hyperlinked text ind
There's a neat thread on WebmasterWorld about what makes good traffic for an AdSense publisher. Nice to see a positive thread ab
Despite all the predictions that links will get less and less important for rankings, there's no proof it's actually going to happen any time soon.
Some users of WebmasterWorld observe that negative SEO attempts seem to be on the decline - is that true?
How often do Adblockers come up in casual conversation? That's the subject of this WebmasterWorld thread.
Interesting thread in WebmasterWorld today.
The rumormill is whispering about a potential algorithm update, like a 301 update. Not everyone is seeing changes, but some are.
More publicly available search data seems to be vanishing from Google.
That means keywords are grouped together and that we aren't able to look at traffic for specific, individual phrases and words. It's really a narrowing down of the tool's focus.
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