As you all know very well, the Google Speed Update has begun rolling out and while it is a bit too early to see the impact SEOs and webmasters are super eager to make sure their web pages do not get dinged by this update. Remember, this update only impacts the slowest pages – so […]
Mike Sullivan noticed that the Bing Webmaster API has been down for over five days now. I had him share a screen shot with me of it failing and he did so. In short, he was surprised to see no one complaining even after five days of it being offline. Mike said on Twitter “Bing […]
What should you look for in an account-based marketing (ABM) solution? Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Aleyda Solis posted on Twitter a tip that SEOs and search marketers will love, to test regional based search results using Chrome developer tools “sensors” feature. In short, you can easily emulate being in any region and location by turning on the Sensors tool and telling it the latitude and longitude you want to test. […]
Google’s John Mueller posted on Twitter asking about webmasters who have done medium to large web site migrations recently, about their experience. He asked “how did they go?” Adding later “are the fears well-founded, if you plan & follow-through systematically?” If you migrate your large to medium site domain name to a new domain name, […]
Contributor Frederick Vallaeys looks at automated tools in the platform formerly known as AdWords, outlines how ‘smart’ automation works and what PPC professionals and account managers can do to further improve results. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
There was a somewhat fun conversation on Twitter around the new URL inspector tool. Some SEOs are saying that if Google provided an API for this tool, it would reduce scraping of the Google search results. As you know, scraping Google’s search results is against their terms of service and Google is not a fan […]
A few months ago, we introduced the new Search Console. Here are some updates on how it’s progressing. Welcome “URL inspection” tool One of our most common user requests in Search Console is for more details on how Google Search sees a specific URL. We listened, and today we’ve started launching a new tool, “URL […]
YouTube’s new creative suite — which includes Video Experiments, Video Creative Analytics, YouTube Director Mix and Video Ad Sequencing — is still in beta. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
We heard this would be coming back 6 months ago and now it is finally here – 16 months worth of data not just in the Google Search Console beta user interface but now also in the Search Analytics API within Google Search Console. Developers, webmasters and others can now get their Search Analytics data […]
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: Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Changes, Bing AMP & JSON-LD, Google & YouTube Spam & Matt Cutts This week we have a lot […]