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 News is getting a major redesign for the desktop. The new design prioritizes important stories to make it easier to catch up with news topics you care about. We knew this was coming when we spotted a massive design for the Google News homepage, and now it is officially here. Google has launched a… Continue reading Google News Launches New Design: Makes It Easier to Find Local News
Google confirms a broad core algorithm update, called the May 2022 core update, is rolling out today. Core updates are designed to make search results more suitable for users. Though the update is launching today, it will take 1-2 weeks for this update to fully roll out. Danny Sullivan, Google’s Public Liaison for Search, notes… Continue reading Google Launching May 2022 Broad Core Algorithm Update
Private data of an internet user is scattered all over the internet today. So it is one reason why it has become inevitable for some personal information to turn up in Google’s search results. However, we have come to find out that Google has a process that lets you request the removal of specific search… Continue reading You Can Now Remove Your Personal Data from Search Results on Google
We see a different pattern with a possible Google search ranking algorithm update from the past week. The SEO discussions and forums around a possible Google update are brewing a good part of last week, but most automated tracking tools did not pick up the signs of a Google update. Hence, we watched and waited… Continue reading Possible Google Search Algorithm Update With Rumbles All Week
It’s always been a bit tricky for marketers to pin down the exact moment when a conversion really happens
In May 2018, Google announced to roll out AR Navigation feature to its maps.
Google says there is no evidence that developers were aware of this bug.Moreover, there is no evidence of data being misused.