Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Christmas Update, EAT E-Commerce, Local Updates, John Mueller & Matt Cutts

Dec 27, 2019 • 10:03 am | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

Happy Holidays and New Years - this week we covered a possible Google update that happened on Christmas - but I am not sure if it is real. The Google Analytics bug from December 16th won be fixed for another few weeks. Google said e-commerce sites do not have to worry as much about E-A-T. There are a lot of SEOs talking about salience scores now for some reason. Google uncommon downloads notification can mostly be ignored said Google. Google can now show cameos on Google Discover. Google publisher center is having some bugs. Google Local is testing tile-like buttons and blue star icons in the local pack. Google also is automatically adds your GMB photos as Google Posts that you cannot delete. Google is testing browse by photo in the local pack as well. Google Ads will no longer offer social media support. Google John Mueller posted a video with seven FAQs on search. John Mueller also worked on Christmas to help distressed SEOs. And I posted my long interview with Matt Cutts, it was a lot of fun. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Happy Holidays and New Years - this week we covered a possible Google update that happened on Christmas - but I am not sure if it is real. The Google Analytics bug from December 16th won be fixed for another few weeks. Google said e-commerce sites do not have to worry as much about E-A-T...
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