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    Google Algorithm Update Chatter & Signals February 20th

    rustybrick
    by rustybrick
    Feb 22, 2018 at 5:45 AM
    I am starting to see a bit of chatter around the SEO industry about a possible Google algorithm and ranking update...

    Google Mobile First Index Expanding Within Next Several Weeks

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    by rustybrick
    Feb 22, 2018 at 5:23 AM
    Gary Illyes from Google said at PubCon that Google will be rolling in more web sites into the mobile first index starting over the next several weeks.

    Google News Meta Keywords Tag Hasn't Been Supported Since October 2017

    rustybrick
    by rustybrick
    Feb 20, 2018 at 5:19 AM
    So for the past four months or more, Google has not supported the Google News meta keywords tag. Don't confuse this with the normal meta keywords tag...

    Related Questions are Joined by ‘People Also Search For’ Refinements; Now Using a Question Graph

    by Bill Slawski
    Feb 19, 2018 at 2:11 PM
    I recently bought a lemon tree and wanted to learn how to care for it. I started asking about it at Google, which provided me with other questions and answers related to caring for a lemon tree. As I clicked upon some of those, others were...

    Innovation consequences: it’s complicated

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Feb 19, 2018 at 2:08 PM
    In Airbnb and the Unintended Consequences of ‘Disruption’ Derek Thompson uses Airbnb as an example to explain how it’s not as easy to call tech innovation a good or a bad thing. It’s complicated…

    Airbnb lowered prices for tourists, supplemented the income of renters, and simply made travel to major cities more fun. But upon inspection, it shares some things in common with more-controversial companies—albeit with less grave implications. Facebook and Twitter design for attention, but...

    Google Drastically Changes Crawl Limits In Search Console

    rustybrick
    by rustybrick
    Feb 19, 2018 at 4:47 AM
    For the past ten days or so we have been following the quota changes with how many URLs you can submit to Google via the Google Search Console fetch as Google feature.

    Well...

    Google Image Search Removes Features Over Getty Images Legal Spat

    rustybrick
    by rustybrick
    Feb 16, 2018 at 4:26 AM
    Remember a few days ago I told you Google was going to make changes to Google Image Search because of the Getty Images legal spat and deal they closed recently...

    Using the Cross Domain Rel=Canonical to Maximize the SEO Value of Cross-Posted Content - Whiteboard Friday

    Feb 15, 2018
    Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription

    Howdy, Moz fans, and welcome to another edition of Whiteboard Friday. This week we're going to chat about the cross-domain rel=canonical tag. So we've talked about rel=canonical a little bit and how it can be used to take care of duplicate content issues, point Google to the right pages...

    The unreadable city

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Feb 15, 2018
    I really enjoyed Christopher Hawthorne’s essay called Los Angeles, Houston and the rise of the unreadable city:

    This is going to be a column, instead, about something slightly different: about the legibility (and illegibility) of cities more generally. About how we react — as reporters and critics and simply as people — when we’re confronted with a city that doesn’t make sense to us right away.

    I have never liked Los Angeles. I just couldn’t get over what I simply saw as a lot of...

    How Facebook realized that it’s more than a platform

    by Rian van der Merwe
    Feb 15, 2018
    Nicholas Thompson and Fred Vogelstein has a gripping feature in Wired called Inside Facebook’s Two Years of Hell. It’s long, but very much worth reading. It takes us through a journey that starts with Facebook’s years of denial:

    It appears that Facebook did not, however, carefully think through the implications of becoming the dominant force in the news industry. Everyone in management cared about quality and accuracy, and they had set up rules, for example, to eliminate pornography...