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Christmas is almost here, and yet, Google keeps rolling out changes. We know you are busy working, planning for the holidays, and perhaps shopping a bit, and might not have the time to keep up with all the changes they have made. So, we a pre-Christmas digest to help you catch up on all the changes.
It has been an interesting two weeks of Google news, updates, and industry anger. A major newspaper made some claims about Google that greatly upset the industry, and algorithm updates have caused a lot of problems for many businesses, bloggers, and agencies. However, throughout all the upset, Google has made some updates that will help businesses this holiday season.
It has been an eventful two weeks; BERT is one everyone‘s mind and the talk of the search community (we have more info on that below). Plus, there several important updates regarding Google Ads and there is tool news all marketers need to see. Also, the days of Flash are officially coming to an end (we know, you already thought Flash was dead, but it is “official“ now).
During Content Marketing World 2019, we took the chance to collaborate with Andy Crestodina to host interviews with successful content marketing practitioners on their mistakes and inspirations. Dive in to learn insights from Joe Pulizzi, Val Geisler, John Hall, Ian Cleary, Megan Golden, and other experts.
Google; they never stop updating and adding features, and we want you to remain informed about all the — which is why we release the Google Digest every two weeks. This week, we have some Search, Ad, and Tool updates you need to know about. Check them out, and tell us your experiences these past few weeks.
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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.