Category Archives: Search Engine Roundtable

Google Tests Black Search Results Interface Again

For the past many many years, Google tests black designs for the search results interface. We've covered many of these tests over the years and here is yet another one...

Google’s John Mueller: hreflang Is The Most Complex Aspect Of SEO

Google's John Mueller said on Twitter that hreflang "is one of the most complex aspects of SEO (if not the most complex one)." If you set it up for a couple pages...

Google Drastically Changes Crawl Limits In Search Console

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 Adds Trending Tag To Knowledge Panel

Search for [michael jordan] and you will see his knowledge panel on the right side of the page. What you will also see a section about his net worth that says "1.65 billion USD (2018) Forbes...

Daily Search Forum Recap: February 16, 2018

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...

Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Buying Links, Image Search Change & AMP Stories Launches

This week, we reported that technically Google was caught buying links without nofollowing them and no, this was not the first time. Google Image Search removed the view image button and some other features because of their Getty Images legal deal...

Aaron Bradley – The Search Community Honors You

This is part of the say something nice about an SEO/SEM series - feel free to nominate someone over here. Aaron Bradley lives in Vancouver, Canada and works for Electronic Arts...

Bing Ads Editor Adds Labels For Dynamic Search Ads

Bing Ads announced new support for the dynamic search ads within the Bing Ads Editor tool. Dynamic Search Ads launched in October of last year but now it is available in Bing Ads Editor...

Google AdSense Removes Payments Holds Notice

The notice is now gone and these publishers no longer have to verify their physical mailing addresses with Google for some reason. I suspect the original notice was invalid...