Google's rel=prev/next Messaging: Nothing Has Changed

Mar 25, 2019 • 8:38 am | Comments (0) by twitter

Google keeps saying the same thing over and over again regarding their communication around the rel=prev/next blunder. Simply that nothing has changed, to do pagination just like you always have been doing and that is it.

An Active XML Sitemap That Errors Out Won't Slow Google's Crawl

Mar 25, 2019 • 7:57 am | Comments (0) by twitter

Martin MacDonald asked Google's John Mueller if Google's crawl behavior might change if an active XML sitemap begins to error out. John said it shouldn't.

Gary Illyes The Googler Who Discovered rel=prev/next Was Not Being Honored

Mar 25, 2019 • 7:49 am | Comments (1) by twitter

Want to know which Googler found out that Google was no longer honoring the rel=prev/next? It seems it was Gary Illyes, a Google webmaster trends analyst who we often cover over here, was the individual who noticed this and escalated it to the public.

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Nice Interior Photo Of Google NYC Office
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Google NYC Dance Dance Revolution Game
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Google Image Search Tests Article Slide In Feature

Mar 25, 2019 • 7:39 am | Comments (0) by twitter

Here is a new test spotted by Jose Varghese on Twitter where Google Image search is letting you drag up the article an image is sourced from. As you can see from the GIF or video below, Google lets you drag up the Verge article from the bottom of the image preview screen.

Daily Search Forum Recap: March 22, 2019

Mar 22, 2019 • 4:00 pm | Comments (0) by twitter

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...