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Google Incorporates Social Media Posts Into Google Business Profiles

Highlights Google now automatically shows social media posts on Google Business Profiles. Businesses may control which social media profiles are connected. You may link one account per social media site to your Google Business Profile. Google has added a tool that automatically shows social media updates from Instagram and Facebook straight on Google Business Profiles… Continue reading Google Incorporates Social Media Posts Into Google Business Profiles

Google Releases “Help Me Write” The AI-driven Chrome Writing Assistant

Using the context of a webpage, Google’s AI writing helper “Help Me Write” is available for the Chrome browser. Highlights Google introduced “Help Me Write” an AI writing helper, for the Chrome web browser. Based on the context of the website, it makes text recommendations to assist users in writing reviews and questions. Initially, only… Continue reading Google Releases “Help Me Write” The AI-driven Chrome Writing Assistant

Google Re brands Bard as Gemini, Launches New Model and Mobile App

Google released several upgrades to its AI products on February 8th. First off, Google is calling all its AI offerings Gemini. Gemini will be the new name for the Bard chatbot, DuetAI in Google Workspace, which gives consumers access to AI capabilities in Gmail, Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Meet, and DuetAI in Google Cloud, which… Continue reading Google Re brands Bard as Gemini, Launches New Model and Mobile App

Several websites face search engine indexing issues according to Google

Google has accepted and confirmed that some websites have been experiencing indexing delays since last Monday. The ongoing problem has resulted in search engine index slowing down the indexing process for certain websites. On Thursday morning February 1, Google reported that it was investigating the indexing issue. On Saturday, February 3, Google reported that the… Continue reading Several websites face search engine indexing issues according to Google

Google News: It’s Easy to Mess Up A Site Revamp

In a recent Google office hours session, John Mueller answered a question concerning the possible SEO impact of changing user interface (UI) and user experience (UX). Mueller says that early preparation is essential since resolving issues created by failed SEO might take time. The User Interface (UI) and User Experience (UX) UI and UX are… Continue reading Google News: It’s Easy to Mess Up A Site Revamp

Google’s John Mueller Advises Caution When Using Google Sites for SEO

In a recent discussion, Google’s John Mueller addressed the use of Google Sites for SEO, shedding light on its limited efficacy. Google Sites, a web creation service available at www.sites.google.com/new with a signed-in Google account, offers a free website builder and allows users to publish under a sites.google.com domain or use a custom domain name.… Continue reading Google’s John Mueller Advises Caution When Using Google Sites for SEO

Google Analytics to Display UA3 Data for One Year Post-July 1, 2023

Google has announced that users can view, access, and export their historical data in Universal Analytics (UA) 3 till July 1, 2024. After this, Google won’t add any data to UA 3. An Ex-Googler, and content creator for Google Analytics, Krista Seiden, tweeted that GA 4 will replace UA 3 by July 1, 2023, the… Continue reading Google Analytics to Display UA3 Data for One Year Post-July 1, 2023

Google Revamping Titles in Search Results?

According to reports from some SEO professionals, Google has been rewriting more of their titles to shorter and potentially less descriptive versions than what they prefer to appear in Google search results. An SEO expert, Lily Ray posted on Twitter that “Seems Google has recently gotten much more aggressive with re-writing and shortening the organic… Continue reading Google Revamping Titles in Search Results?

Googlebot Will Index the First 15MB of HTML Content

Google has updated its help document on Googlebot to determine that Googlebot will crawl up to the first 15MB of the page and then stop. So if you want to ensure that Google ranks your page properly, make sure Googlebot can crawl and index that part of the page within the first 15MB. This left… Continue reading Googlebot Will Index the First 15MB of HTML Content

Google Comes With a New Page Experience Update At SEODay

At SEODay 2022, Google Search Advocate John Mueller spoke about the effect of page experience on search rankings and changes to how Google scores sites. Page experience is a powerful ranking factor that Google brought to the forefront with the release of their Core Web Vitals. Previously, when thinking about page experience, the primary focus… Continue reading Google Comes With a New Page Experience Update At SEODay