RECENT COMMENTS ON SEARCH ENGINE ROUNDTABLE

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Comment ID #3774519839 at 02/24/2018 03:59 pm:

Cutting Edge Conversions commented on Phone Spam: Our Records Show You Have Not Updated Your Free Google Business Listing

I usually get at least 1 call a day from them and you're right, they keep changing the number so there's nothing you can do. It's so frustrating!

Comment ID #3774360007 at 02/24/2018 01:55 pm:

M.ali commented on Yahoo! Stores Can Now Authenticate With Site Explorer

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Comment ID #3774284923 at 02/24/2018 12:56 pm:

NRA Fan commented on Google Defends False & Fake Search Suggestions As People's Real Searches

Stop calling people having a different opinion with names. It makes me sick to see people that want to ban free speech, just because the feel "offended". You can't even tell a joke these days without worrying that someone will be "offended". What is next - ban heterosexual white men, who love free speech, their property, having low taxes and owning guns? I have my right to disagree with feminists, liberal, socialists and Barack Obama.

Comment ID #3774203931 at 02/24/2018 11:53 am:

Masa Masa commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

Position dropped also on http://www.alsfarat.com , what do we do?

Comment ID #3774183594 at 02/24/2018 11:36 am:

Jay Shinde commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

Thanks really sir. What matters to me is the quality of work with Result, touting and ensnare are useless in long-term business. ,

Comment ID #3774139916 at 02/24/2018 11:01 am:

Really sir commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

Well done Jay. You must be an amazing SEO who knows exactly how google works to pull off such an amazing result. Or you might just be touting for business with a few little lies to ensnare those that do not have English as a first language and are desperate to rank. Either way your photo looks very business like and the green background matches your approach.

Comment ID #3774011194 at 02/24/2018 09:05 am:

M.C. commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

what do you expect from americans Patel? Americans are such of naive children who still believe that Google is fair and honest. Google ruin the internet and their business and they still follow the strict rules and try to analyze Google every day and don't do anything against the monopoly. What a joke

Comment ID #3773961506 at 02/24/2018 08:12 am:

Manu Saxena Kabra commented on Google Search Console Lets You Filter By Differences, More Than X Positions

I still can't see this feature on India accounts

Comment ID #3773959904 at 02/24/2018 08:10 am:

Manu Saxena Kabra commented on Google Says Schema & Structured Data Is Here For The Long Run

They keep investing more and more time in schema and markup!! What is the difference between schema and markup?

Comment ID #3773924708 at 02/24/2018 07:26 am:

Edouard Rinino commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

Position dropped also on http://www.osteopathe-bayonne-centre.fr , What is going on?

Comment ID #3773846689 at 02/24/2018 05:30 am:

Jason Barnard commented on Google Is Confused About The Search Engine Roundtable

That's a good spot. I had a scout around and the common factor is Den Seymour who owns Leapfrogrr. He gets a few mentions alongside Barry as one of the world's top experts in SEO (here for example https://premium.wpmudev.org/blog/seo-experts/) Backlinko is run by Brian Dean, who is also often on those lists. So the confusion is not as random as it first appears. The context of these experts being mentioned together is reasonable, even if the informations is off the mark. When having a look at the Knowledge graph, one thing that stands out is that there are lots and lots of Brian Deans (some fictional) and Barry Schwartz ( a sociologist, psychologist... "our" Barry comes third) ... Den Seymour is pretty much alone and so understanding is much clearer to Google Seems to me Google has made some accurate connections, but got over-confident and stuck its neck out too far :)

Comment ID #3773827186 at 02/24/2018 04:58 am:

Niscoveanu Florin commented on Google Is Confused About The Search Engine Roundtable

Same thing you get when searching for "backlinko"

Comment ID #3773761745 at 02/24/2018 03:02 am:

movingindia commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

yeah 21st my traffic got dropped for my site https://www.movingindia.in/ and many position also dropped for some landing pages

Comment ID #3773756554 at 02/24/2018 02:52 am:

Reid Feil commented on Someone Else's Google Search History? Android Related?

I am also having this problem. Porn sites showing up in my history dating sites, weird web pages with an ip address at the beginning. It wrecking my marriage please help!!!!!

Comment ID #3773550347 at 02/23/2018 10:05 pm:

patel commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

these guys are really smart.we believe that all our sites are in the google index but the search results is limited to 12% for each domain.smart move & algo to reduce the results and force us to use adwords

Comment ID #3773514661 at 02/23/2018 09:28 pm:

Ahmed Sheta commented on Google Says Schema & Structured Data Is Here For The Long Run

Really I spend a lot of time to make changes it structured markup. It not that easy to do I you have several websites.

Comment ID #3773512621 at 02/23/2018 09:26 pm:

Georg Info commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

Internal Sources of Information: Google now decimate each domain. From your domain you own, only around 12% are available for search, all other pages are invisible to the user even if they are listed at google! Simply perform a search in Google with “site:domainname.com”. Even if you get around 90% results that are returned and your pages are already being indexed by Google, only 12% will be available for search. The only company who is allowed to make money on the internet today is Google. And the only way for others to make money is to use (Google) AdWords!

Comment ID #3773497836 at 02/23/2018 09:11 pm:

Ahmed Sheta commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

What is that year!!!! A year of massive Google Updates !!!!!!!!!!!

Comment ID #3773462625 at 02/23/2018 08:35 pm:

R4PG commented on Notice: Blog Comment Changes & Twitter Post Changes

I like this change :)

Comment ID #3773304999 at 02/23/2018 06:42 pm:

bapse the cat commented on Google May Automatically Nofollow Widget Links

Disqus is now adding a rel="nofollow" to the link at the bottom of this widget. If you go to the iframe source of the disqus widget you'll see the code that links to the Disqus homepage and it's nofollow. I don't see how this is fair to content creators to prevent them from getting links in exchange for content and server usage.

Comment ID #3773291048 at 02/23/2018 06:38 pm:

stratus commented on Google Defends False & Fake Search Suggestions As People's Real Searches

Problem with using humans to curate is that they too will have biases. How about if we have the NRA handle gun search, and liberal Googler millenials handle politics.

Comment ID #3773211021 at 02/23/2018 05:48 pm:

Путин commented on Google Ranking & Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

Fake news, they run a GAZZIOLLION changes per day!

Comment ID #3773133790 at 02/23/2018 04:47 pm:

Allen Renche commented on Google PageSpeed Insights Unavailable Notice

Most design projects would be on the small scale - SO - for the most part it's useless in most cases for gauging mobile. I guess we just check the desktop and shave off a few points for the mobile. Another "new and improved" step backward.

Comment ID #3773126761 at 02/23/2018 04:42 pm:

Wes Foster commented on Google Says Schema & Structured Data Is Here For The Long Run

When sloppy markup runs the internet, there's no way Google is going to move away from structured markup. Schema is good for a lot of things!

Comment ID #3773125073 at 02/23/2018 04:41 pm:

Chris Weatherall commented on Google Launches AMP Stories & Visual Stories In Mobile Search

you mean "bite sized", They don't have patience for long drawn out explanations

Comment ID #3773123919 at 02/23/2018 04:40 pm:

Chris Weatherall commented on Google Launches AMP Stories & Visual Stories In Mobile Search

It looks like SnapChat is going to fail too! MySpace 2020 and stuff

Comment ID #3773122870 at 02/23/2018 04:39 pm:

Chris Weatherall commented on Google Launches AMP Stories & Visual Stories In Mobile Search

Why would you not like videos? You can get everything you need bite size instead of the giant slow progressing traditional visual representation.

Comment ID #3773122031 at 02/23/2018 04:39 pm:

Chris Weatherall commented on Google Launches AMP Stories & Visual Stories In Mobile Search

This sure ain't your father's color palette.

Comment ID #3773092191 at 02/23/2018 04:18 pm:

Karl Hindle commented on Notice: Blog Comment Changes & Twitter Post Changes

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Comment ID #3773080099 at 02/23/2018 04:09 pm:

Kevin Beares commented on Google Defends False & Fake Search Suggestions As People's Real Searches

Great article and also sad article at the same time. We really have moved into a territory that has altered the landscape for our entire industry. Google, Bing, Yahoo are constantly being pressured to figure out how to adapt to these ever changing and increasingly sophisticated attacks. What else can this be, but an attack.... Gone are the days or keyword stuffing and link farms... Now, it is all about (bot farms?) inflating search traffic to attack the feature that I hate the most about Google and Bing... Search suggestions. I hate this feature. Coming from a survey and statistical modeling Sociology background, this feature is akin to answering the survey for the user. Google and Bing need to nix this feature or put "real" bodies on this feature and gate keep this feature and/or do everything in their power to look at the statistical models and detect when the search volumes start fluctuating away from the norms. This feature is and has been clearly an open target for gaming and in a way is a self-fulfilling prophecy. If most users are prone to clicking on this "autocomplete" feature then most people will end up seeing the results for these searches and not the one that they probably had in their mind. A perfect target to start landing non-popular terms that statistically no one would search on like, "Was the holocaust a hoax?". Drive people right to an SEO'd page for that exact term. Candy from a baby. We SEO's are pushing our clients to optimize their content for the terms that they want to do well for. So, there really exists no content that is targeted to these negative terms. This is the heart and soul of negative SEO living, breathing and thriving right in our front yard.