Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Drops Zero Results, Voice Search Buying, Flight Search Spam & Subscribe With Google

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This week in search was quiet busy, we had Google revert the zero search results feature. Google’s core algorithm update still seems to be chugging along, it was released on March 7th. Google Flights might be spamming Google search. Google Search Console will send out alerts when a site switches to the mobile-first indexing process. Google has launched Subscribe with Google for news publications. Google Search Console beta added some new visual features. Google said you should use non-English URLs for non-English web sites. Google said 404 errors are normal and fine. Google said clicks to your web site are counted as clicks in Search Analytics, not other things. Google said the nofollow has not changed. Google is testing the more results button again. Google Shopping launched Shopping Actions for voice search and Google Assistant. Google AdWords will deactivate accounts with no spend for 15 months. Google AdWords added version history for ad changes. Google Local is testing an about tab. Google My Business added secondary business changes. Google is shutting down some Google+ pages. This week the search community honored Eric Wu, David Sayce, Stoney deGeyter, Pete Meyers and Emily Mace. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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