Tag: google algorithm

Have you ever watched a spider?

Have you ever sat and watched a spider? Most of the time they stand still and just wait for things to happen. But when they are working, they are running all over the place. Fixing a web. Moving across the ground or wall. Getting their dinner prepped. They clearly have periods of high and low …

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Goodbye Review Rich Results for article and blog posts

While investigating Google’s new Rich Results rules in their latest algorithm update I noticed something omitted. Specifically, we’ll only display reviews with those types (and their respective subtypes) […] Followed by a big list of data types that are allowed to have Review Rich Results. But Article and BlogPosting are no longer listed. In the …

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Google’s new Review Rich Result rules

After years of guessing, testing, and arguing with SEOs about how Review Rich Results work… many of my findings have finally been confirmed by Google this week. Unfortunately, that’s going to blow up a lot of websites who have received bad advice or don’t have something like JSON-LD for SEO watching over their structured data. …

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Google algorithm update for June

This week expect some fluctuations in Google Search as they release another core algorithm update. They release these updates a few times per year and have been more transparent about their releases recently. This one they even pre-announced a couple of days ahead of time. Search Engine Journal has some information about the update and …

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