Daily Search Forum Recap: June 4, 2019

Jun 4, 2019 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Forum Recap
 

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.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Google June 2019 Core Search Algorithm Update Now Rolling Out
    As expected, Google told us yesterday afternoon that the June 2019 core update has started to roll out. It may take several days to roll out to all of Google's data centers but the process has started yesterday afternoon.
  • June 2019 Google Webmaster Report
    It is always nice to look back at the month and see how much has changed over the last 30 days, that is why I like doing these monthly Google webmaster reports. This month was super busy as well with a confirmed core update with many unconfirmed updates - and Google hinted there was a Medic update. Evergreen GoogleBot launched, we had more indexing issues, a new quality raters guidelines was published, more structured markup and Search Console features were released. Oh yes, and the Favicons redesign that is getting a lot of attention.
  • Google Rich Results Test Adds Mobile vs Desktop Feature To Compare Page Parity
    Google announced on Twitter yesterday that they added a new feature to the Rich Results testing tool to allow you to pick if you want to see how Googlebot mobile or Googlebot desktop sees the structured markup on the page.
  • Google Logo Celebrating Pride : 50 Years
    Today on Google's home page is a video Google Doodle from Google for Celebrating 50 Years Of Pride within the LGBTQ+ community.
  • Google: View My Manual Actions History
    Google sometime in September 2018 added to the manual actions report help document a section named "View my manual actions history." It talks about how Google will retain the old manual actions for up to a year for a specific property even if it changes ownership.
  • Googler Wearing DuckDuckGo T-Shirt At Google
    Here is a Googler, a Google employee, wearing a DuckDuckGo t-shirt while working at the Google Dublin office. His name is Maggie Danger an SRE Site Reliability Engineering at Google.

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