This is a summary of what happened in today’s search forums through the eyes of search engine roundtables and other search forums on the web.
Google’s May 2022 major core update may not have been fully implemented on June 9th. Many major changes have been reported since the rollout was completed. The traditional message viewer for Google Search Console will be discontinued in August. Twitter has removed the nofollow attribute from the link for some reason. Google has added documentation on various cookie support for signed exchanges. Google Ads said it would address concerns about third-party sales solicitations and inadequate advice. In addition, I released another vlog today.
Search Engine Roundtable Story:
- Google May 2022 Core Update-A Big Shiver After It’s Completed?
As you know, Google’s May 2022 core update officially started on May 25th and officially ended on June 9th. However, as I said at the beginning, I felt it was started or tested before May 25th, but a few days after it was announced that this core update was rolled out, more shivering, It seems that a big tremor is occurring.
- Legacy Google Search Console message disappearing on August 1, 2022
Google will remove the legacy Google Search Console message on August 1, 2022. When I try to access the old message console, I get a warning at the top that says “Important: This report will no longer be available after August 1, 2022.” Use the new message panel instead. “
- Twitter removes the Nofollow attribute from the link
Twitter has removed the nofollow attribute from links in the last week or so. This is unusual for many reasons, but the biggest reason is that Twitter hasn’t followed links to social networks on biolinks since 2008, and not all tweets in 2009. is. So why change it now?
- Various new Google Docs: Signed Exchange Cookie Support
Google recently added new information about Vary. Cookie support in Google search help documentation for signed exchanges. This happens shortly after Google decides to deploy a support-signed exchange on some desktop sites.
- Google Ads to address concerns about third-party sales solicitations and inadequate advice
Perhaps these emails will always come from third-party Google Ads personnel asking them to coordinate their campaigns, especially to increase their budget and fully participate in RSA, Responsive Search Ads. “We are working to address this particular incident and broader concerns,” Google’s advertising liaison, Ginny Marvin, said on Twitter.
- Vlog # 177: Alcides Aguasvivas, a local SEO for small businesses
In Part 1, Alcides Aguasvivas was co-founder of Pix-l Graphx and talked about how he got started in college 18 years ago. Part 2 discusses SEO …
- Google Zurich Cookies
This is a picture from the Google Zurich office of a really delicious cookie. They are colored with the color of the Google logo and this guy looks very happy to have them.
Other great search threads:
- Bing auto-suggests with blue magnifying glass.Twitter Khushal Bherwani
- Looking at the SERP feature data, I noticed that the mobile image boxes are declining. Interestingly, this decline appears to correlate with SERP fluctuations that occurred on the same day. Did you have a connection?Twitter Shay Harel
- For reference, the GSC API references the 404 URL when the quota limit is reached. / v3 / none is correctTwitter Michelle Kant
- Are you seeing a mysterious gap in the performance panel? @paul_irish recently made a small change to DevTools in Chrome 103. This can help them. Try with Chrome Canary or Beta until Chrome 103 stabilizes at tTwitter Annie Sullivan
- Is @GoogleAds bug out for someone else? There seems to be some problems.I have a problem with the keyword plannerTwitter Daniel Parscale
- It’s the 2nd anniversary of the secret Moooooooo extension of the site kit! Currently, adding cheese is a top priority and will include more “o” s. Which additional features do you want to see?Twitter Felix Arntz
- “Update Google Algorithm” is very vague and doesn’t make much sense. (Ignore that YouTube is part of Google.)Twitter John Mueller
- Google engineers think AI is a sensationWebmasterWorld
- The file doesn’t change-it’s like an uploaded file. Also, the links reported in the search console do not change.Twitter John Mueller
- Is Google’s ranking algorithm really complicated?BlackHatWorld
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