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This week‘s Google News Digest features an unprecedented move by Google to allow site owners to determine their SERP snippet content. Other highlights include its introduction of its own YouTube search news series, updated Google Ads recommendations, and a new version of Google Shopping for U.S. users.
We are back, with another list of Google News items you need to see. Yesterday Google made three announcements SEOs, marketers, and businesses need to know about, including a broad core update. So check out all the news on SERP changes, Google Ads, and tool updates below, and be sure to comment and tell us what you think of each of them.
In this digest, you will learn about recent reports of Google Algorithm updates, the new nofollow attributes (and how the industry feels about them), learn about the Quality Rater Guidelines Update, see new features in Google Search Console, and so much more. See all the changes Google made in the last two weeks.
There were some notable changes in Google‘s SERP experiments over the past two weeks, foremost among them being its unannounced and to date, unexplained, “Maverick Update.“ Find out what has changed in the SERPs, Google Ads, and Google tools. Also, ever dreamed of your own YouTube Masthead ad? Now you can...find out how in the digest.
The last two weeks were relatively calm in the search department, but certain things are going away and many new features were rolled out in Google Ads and Google My Business. Also, the search giant has started several new sites that are supposed to make small business owners‘ and creative makers‘ lives easier.
Summer has arrived, and the amount of big industry-related news has dwindled. Still, there are quite a few interesting topics to cover. The June 19 Core Update has finished rolling out, and experts started to evaluate its impact. Google Ads got a couple of neat new features, and more experiments in local search results have been spotted by users.