February 2018 Google Webmaster Report

Feb 5, 2018 • 8:07 am | comments (8) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

This past month, Google announced the Page Speed update, a new ranking algorithm designed to lower the ranking of mobile pages that are really slow. Google also may have released a few unconfirmed algorithmic updates to core search.

Google released the beta Google Search Console to all, which gave us 16 months of data. A new PageSpeed Insights tool came out with some interesting new ways to report on speed as well. Google promised to have a solution to show the publisher URLs for AMP pages in the coming future. Google also opened up a new Twitter account named @searchliaison to help people understand why Google search does what it does.

The ongoing WebmasterWorld thread at this point in time is pretty quiet.

Here is a recap of the past month:

Google Algorithms & Updates:

Google Search Console: Google SEO: Google User Interface: Google Misc:

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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