Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Mobile First, News Publisher Knowledge Cards, Disavowing & WebmasterWorld

Nov 10, 2017 • 9:00 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

This week in search, Google said stop worrying about the mobile first index, you won’t be moved to it if you are not ready. Google should really build us tools to prepare for the mobile first index. Google launched news publisher knowledge graph cards. Google said no need for a disavow if you don’t have manual actions. Google has dropped the info command additional links. Google said fewer strong pages is better than many weak pages. GoogleBot crawls with a 9000 pixel heigh viewport. Google said links to images don’t have the embedded page rank. Google is good at finding links within JavaScript. An SEO said different C-class IP addresses helps with ranking and links. Google is testing a new label for PDF in the search results. Google has a new product comparison feature with highlight differences. Google local added live and estimated wait time numbers. Google My Business added selection attributes. Google AdSense made the ad balance tool live again. Google’s Top Contributor submit was this week. Finally, Brett Tabke bought back WebmasterWorld from Jim Boykin after five years. That as this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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