Google’s new guidelines around Job Postings and listings requires that you remove any job postings on your web site that have been filled. If you do not remove the listing, you can get a manual action and Google can penalize your site from showing job posting schema in the future. The guideline reads: Jobs that […]
Google posted on their data anomalies page an update about their Jobs Postings Report saying after April 10, 2018 and onwards Google will be showing more specific errors in that report. This will help those who implement job schema to better debug any issues they have going forward. Google wrote: The generic “missing or invalid […]
In June, we announced a new experience that put the convenience of Search into the hands of job seekers. Today, we are taking the next step in improving the job search experience on Google by adding a feature that shows estimated salary information from the web alongside job postings, as well as adding new UI […]
Over the years, the different ways you can choose to highlight your website’s content in search has grown dramatically. In the past, we’ve called these rich snippets, rich cards, or enriched results. Going forward – to simplify the terminology – our documentation will use the name “rich results” for all of them. Additionally, we’re introducing […]
Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web. Search Engine Roundtable Stories: Google Search Console Updates Rich Cards Job Listings Report As you know, Google has this Jobs for Google feature and officially began supporting job […]
As you know, Google has this Jobs for Google feature and officially began supporting job posting schema to markup your job listings in search. Then in July they came out with reports for job listings in the Google Search Console Search Analytics reports. Now, Google has posted on the data anomalies page that they have […]
Google announced on Twitter that there is a new filter available within Google Search Console’s Search Analytics report under the search appearance section for both “job listings” and “job details.” This is around the new job posting schema that launched a month ago for Google For Jobs in search. It is no surprise Google added […]
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google Search Analytics for jobs, Google AdWords CTR analysis & retargeting tips appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
As you know, in May, Google began rolling out a job search feature in Google Search. Shortly after, they announced the job posting schema which was being tested for some time. In short, this feature allows you to search Google for [jobs] or specific types of jobs or location of jobs and get job listings […]
Google’s Mariya Moeva answered some of the top questions webmasters and SEOs have around marking up their job listings for Google’s new jobs for search. The post Google publishes new FAQ on job search postings for webmasters appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
As you all know, Google launched Google for jobs at Google I/O a couple months ago after being caught testing job search features in search before that. We also spotted a new schema for job postings that Google didn’t comment on. Well, now, Google officially announced this new schema. It is open for all developers […]