Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Meta Descriptions, News Publishers, Algorithm SEO Impacts & Yoast Plugin

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This week, I covered the big monthly Google webmaster report. Also, Google told us the meta descriptions HTML improvements section in Google Search Console will go away. Google has killed off more Google News publisher features. Google said algorithm updates impact sites differently than technical SEO changes. Yoast had a bug that may or may not have impacted your Google rankings, there is a big debate going on about that now. Google sometimes will pick the wrong dates to show in the snippets. Google said regular crawling is not necessary for ranking. Google site command may show Google definitions and knowledge panels. Google Search Console data for job posting analytics will pull from web light now. Google said changing the order of the words in your title tags shouldn’t impact your SEO. Google My Business launched the Agency dashboard this week. Google Posts added offers and products to their options, products shows in its own tab in search. Google is testing new views for those Google Posts. Google Posts for the Stanley Cup were super interactive. Google is testing video carousels in desktop search again. Google Maps Timeline data is missing for a lot of users. Google AdWords has a new add-on for Google Sheets. Bing Ads is disallowing recreational gun ads and gun accessory adds. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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