Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Bugs, Navigation Removal, AMP Updates, OMG I Don’t Know & More

Apr 19, 2019 • 9:19 am | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

This week, we covered the ongoing Google bugs, this time with Google News indexing, Search Console issues, and other issues with Google. Google also is unaware of a navigational removal trick that some say help with Medic Update improvements. Google may change how they handle the noindex in the robots.txt. Google AMP can now support publisher URLs with signed exchanges support. Google does not manually hand rank web pages, they said it would be impossible to do so. Google again said you cannot force someone to legally link to you. Google may change the URL Parameter tool in Search Console. Google search algorithms are designed to be granular. Google said you can use the site command for individual URLs. Most SEOs say when pruning content they like to 301 redirect, not 404 the page. Google uploaded their last JavaScript SEO video, this one on dynamic rendering and is now asking for new ideas. Google’s Paul Haahr said spam fighting is a core competency for Google. When Google says “I don’t know,” they really might know. Google My Business is rolling out short names and URLs. Google Posts can now support highlighting customer testimonials. Google is testing a way to update stale search result pages. Did you know Google’s internal alert system is named OMG? That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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