Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithms Count, Search Console Bug, SEO, AdSense & AdWords Exploit & More

Aug 11, 2017 • 9:18 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

This week is a shorter one where we covered how Google won’t share the number of algorithms they run. Google Search Console had a bug where they sent tons of verification emails to webmasters. Google published new documents on rendering and debugging for GoogleBot. Google said how they handle canonical pages with noindex on them. GoogleBot does not pass referrer data. Google still does not want to index your search results pages. A scholarship business that worked off of links had to close down. Google had an AdSense and AdWords exploit that lead to sharp declines in CPCs for AdSense publishers. Google AdWords has a new look for sitselinks. Google’s keyword planner tool shows okay google as a suggestion, Bing Ads updated their quality policy. Google My Business added action URLs for some businesses. A UK government group has closed down a company impersonating Google. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

Make sure to subscribe to our video feed or subscribe directly on iTunes to be notified of these updates and download the video in the background. Here is the YouTube version of the feed:

For the original iTunes version, click here.

Search Topics of Discussion:

Please do subscribe via iTunes or on your favorite RSS reader. Don't forget to comment below with the right answer and good luck!

This week is a shorter one where we covered how Google won’t share the number of algorithms they run. Google Search Console had a bug where they sent tons of verification emails to webmasters. Google published new documents on rendering and debugging for GoogleBot...
Previous story: Google Search Console Sent Verification Emails To Webmaster By Accident
 
blog comments powered by Disqus