Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Interstitials, Penguin Droppings, HTTPS, AdWords & More

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This week I cover more on the Google mobile interstitial ad penalty. I also discuss cases of Google Penguin 4.0 declines in rankings. Google still only uses HTTPS in the URL as the only qualifier for the ranking boost. Google said sitewide ranking scores are current state. Google said they do not have a website authority ranking score. Google said they do have a bunch of original source detection algorithms. Google said there is no reason to disavow blogroll links. There is also no Google Penguin boost. HTTP2 won’t help you rank better. Google has a new Google Search Console advisory board. Google AdWords launches click to message and affiliate location extensions. Google AdWords reports to soon show all shared reports bad default. The Google keyword planner tool now can import keywords from existing campaigns. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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This week I cover more on the Google mobile interstitial ad penalty. I also discuss cases of Google Penguin 4.0 declines in rankings. Google still only uses HTTPS in the URL as the only qualifier for the ranking boost. Google said sitewide ranking scores are current state...
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