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Comment ID #4652026133 at 10/14/2019 12:43 pm:

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Comment ID #4652025959 at 10/14/2019 12:43 pm:

Austin Wong commented on Google Says Disavow Tool Hurts Too Many Sites

One of the worst things I've seen about the disavow tool is that many companies use automated software to judge what sites should be removed. Sometimes you'll be linked to by companies that are just starting off or companies that just don't have a great site, but aren't actually spam. I would say take the time once to actually remove sites from your list.

Comment ID #4652015037 at 10/14/2019 12:35 pm:

Bill Lambert commented on Google Does Not Have An EAT Score

If you were real you'd know what is going on this week.

Comment ID #4651923108 at 10/14/2019 11:43 am:

WillHaven commented on Google Defines Doorway Pages As Pages Designed For Ranking For Keyword Permutations

This is an example of "gold wedding rings in {city name, state}" that provide little value, and just links to a deeper page about "gold wedding rings". Not so say that if you have brick and mortar businesses in multiple cities that you can't create landing pages for those... but I think he's saying creating thousands of landing pages to capture "gold wedding rings in {city name, state}" to only have that page act like a sitemap to other pages.

Comment ID #4651902098 at 10/14/2019 11:27 am:

chaboi_sora commented on Google Says Disavow Tool Hurts Too Many Sites

The disavow tool is very helpful because spammy sites do exist and can link to you. Webmasters want to be able to disavow those when legitimate. What is missing here is more concrete advice from Google on when to disavow. If they see so many people improperly using it, then educate them better on when to use it.

Comment ID #4651860712 at 10/14/2019 10:54 am:

pikachu commented on Google Says Disavow Tool Hurts Too Many Sites

That the disavow tool isn't part of the new search console shows how "important" it is.

Comment ID #4651803125 at 10/14/2019 10:05 am:

Ben Guest commented on Google Search Doesn't Track Authors But Rather Entities

Hmmm, so they do have a database that lists the experts...

Comment ID #4651799928 at 10/14/2019 10:02 am:

Ben Guest commented on Google Says Only Invest In Link Audits If There Was Shady SEO

What about a competitor link audit?

Comment ID #4651767195 at 10/14/2019 09:33 am:

Matt commented on Google Says Only Invest In Link Audits If There Was Shady SEO

I'm guessing the SEOs that recommend link audits (regardless of any previous shady practices) would be surprised.

Comment ID #4651749767 at 10/14/2019 09:17 am:

The Real Bill Lambert commented on Google Does Not Have An EAT Score

I can tell you that we defiantly have EAT Algo's. They are not all the same. The more competitive the category - the more intense your EAT has to be. A little hint is to follow the ADA Title 3 requirements. We don't have all on hands on deck meetings anymore. Thank You Barry. The spam team are running all over the place this morning. Something is up, just not sure what.

Comment ID #4651704311 at 10/14/2019 08:30 am:

TinyBig commented on Google Says Disavow Tool Hurts Too Many Sites

ROFL. Gotta love that disavow irony.

Comment ID #4651676001 at 10/14/2019 07:56 am:

Ronnie Jones commented on Google Does Not Have An EAT Score

Do people go to Pubcon just so that they can tweet about it?

Comment ID #4651641518 at 10/14/2019 07:11 am:

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Comment ID #4651584956 at 10/14/2019 05:37 am:

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Comment ID #4651578853 at 10/14/2019 05:26 am:

BushyTop commented on Google Says Some Algorithms May Trigger Spikes In Crawl Rates

Its stuff like this which makes people question whether you can take their word as gospel. in 2016 there were patterns thats suggested this would be the case. gary called it a myth. In 2019 the same patterns exist. Now it depends....

Comment ID #4651560481 at 10/14/2019 04:51 am:

Pattern Life commented on Google Does Not Have An EAT Score

New clients are more important than backlinks here.

Comment ID #4651537157 at 10/14/2019 04:06 am:

Dikshit Shetty commented on Google Investigating Spike In Impressions & Queries

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Comment ID #4651536549 at 10/14/2019 04:04 am:

Dikshit Shetty commented on Google Investigating Spike In Impressions & Queries

I saw this trend in malaysia as well & it corresponded to spike in trend observed for benz & BMW query.

Comment ID #4651508650 at 10/14/2019 03:08 am:

Jenna Mella commented on Google's Gary Illyes: Content Accuracy Is A Ranking Factor

I don't know how this will turn out because google results are pretty bad and irrelevant, relevant results are for us on 4-5 subpages.

Comment ID #4651420853 at 10/14/2019 12:00 am:

Himmat Singh Rathore commented on Google: Cleaning Your Link Profile Won't Help With Core Updates

It is not only Google which is winning. many companies are getting profit.

Comment ID #4651415082 at 10/13/2019 11:49 pm:

Yep commented on Google: Cleaning Your Link Profile Won't Help With Core Updates

Maybe because algorithms are designed not to be games easily. I think it’s something to do with AI dynamically choosing formulas and the way people interact with your site.

Comment ID #4651413225 at 10/13/2019 11:46 pm:

Yep commented on Google: Cleaning Your Link Profile Won't Help With Core Updates

I agree with that statement. Martinez aka Gandalf has a horrible outdated site that I would be embarrassed to show if it was mine. The ducking Gandalf always plays an elitist and always react passive agrressive towards anyone.

Comment ID #4651411326 at 10/13/2019 11:43 pm:

Fuck you racist! commented on Google: Cleaning Your Link Profile Won't Help With Core Updates

Matthew is that you? You racist bastard?

Comment ID #4651410349 at 10/13/2019 11:41 pm:

Lol commented on Google's Gary Illyes: Content Accuracy Is A Ranking Factor

Can you imagine a newspaper, a magazine or God forbid...a book written in such style...

Comment ID #4651409492 at 10/13/2019 11:39 pm:

EAT is almost equal to PageRan commented on Google's Gary Illyes: Content Accuracy Is A Ranking Factor

That’s not used for rankings!!! EAT is NOT author bios or profiles, but PageRank, EAT is determined by PageRank!!!!

Comment ID #4650253076 at 10/12/2019 08:55 pm:

AProsPro commented on Google's Gary Illyes: Content Accuracy Is A Ranking Factor

If content accuracy were a ranking factor, we wouldn't need to act like a bunch of narcissists to verify ourselves all over social media and other things that make up EAT, would we?

Comment ID #4650222529 at 10/12/2019 08:10 pm:

AProsPro commented on Google's Gary Illyes: Content Accuracy Is A Ranking Factor

Well, those each require separate paragraphs. I don't always write paragraphs that short. But you should insert paragraphs whenever you change up thoughts and ideas. It makes it easier for people to read. That reminds me actually. . . . Barry, you should use dot points for your weekly recaps instead of saying Google did this and Google did that all in one paragraph.

Comment ID #4650176874 at 10/12/2019 07:03 pm:

Mark John Ramos commented on Google's Gary Illyes: Content Accuracy Is A Ranking Factor

Google can also tell who wrote the content, their IQ level, the last time that they got laid and what they had for breakfast. Fake it till you make it Google.

Comment ID #4649960481 at 10/12/2019 02:45 pm:

Obsoleteyness commented on Google Does Not Have An EAT Score

Yeah totally, I take it one step further and don't buy SEO from anyone anymore. I did once years ago and the SEO company was so clueless, it's like the same people who write fringy medical content. This is why I am in here learning what to do as a business circumventing SEO to serve clients and make money. Most of this stuff is pointless, but my website and content are much better since reading stuff like this forum, with greater conversion value. I just wish Google wasn't so obsolete, but as you pointed out they may not be as obsolete as I thought.

Comment ID #4649796714 at 10/12/2019 12:02 pm:

Grrr commented on Google Does Not Have An EAT Score

EAT is determined primarily by PageRank!!!