Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Penalty, Google Shabbos Rules, SEO, Emojis, DMOZ & More

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This week in search news we posted our monthly Google webmaster report. Natural News is back in the index after a rare public penalty by Google. Google offers tips on what to do when you close your site. Google Panda does take into account site architecture. A former Googler asks for Google SEO help. If you reduce server load time, it can help big time with Google crawl budget. Google top stories and Google News are independent of each other. Google shows emojis in the search analytics Search Console reports. Emojis showed up in the AdWords titles also. Google AdWords now has price extensions on all devices. They also are testing an additional AdWords description field to make the ads huge. Google AdMob is trying to get more people to use interstitials. Bing Ads Editor for Mac is out of beta. Google has killed of their Wordpress AdSense plugin. Google is testing swipeable cards for local results. Google assistant is now on more Android phones. Google said web directories don’t help with SEO. Google AMP report showed huge increase in indexed pages by accident. Google’s AMP will likely inflate your analytics metrics. Finally, DMOZ is closing their historic web directory this month. That was this past week in search news at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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