Daily Search Forum Recap: December 9, 2019

Dec 9, 2019 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by | 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 Can Render Animations But They Might Look Weird
    Google's Martin Splitt at TechSEOBoost last week in Boston gave an awesome presentation around how Google crawls and renders, with a deeper dive around Google's WRS, Web Rendering Service. One note that was interesting was that Martin...
  • Google To Revise Guidelines Around Rel=next/prev
    Google looks like they might publish new guidelines and help documents around what to do now that the rel=next/prev is no longer supported. This news comes via Igal Stolpner on Twitter based on his notes from the Google Webmaster Conference...
  • Google Translate In Search Can Show Pictures
    Just like Google definitions and dictionary results can now show photos, so can Google Translate results in search show photos. Brian Freiesleben posted an example on Twitter and it works for me...
  • Google Tests Local Pack With Black Ad Label On Desktop
    We've seen Google testing black ad labels on desktop, but now here is what it looks like in the local pack. Note, the mobile black ad label has been around for some time but...
  • Google Holiday Market
    Google has a Christmas or holiday market in its Dublin office. This was posted on Instagram and a video slideshow. I guess merchants sold some...

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