Late last week an announcement was made from Google, via Pierre Far on Google+, that they have “started a slow rollout of an improved Panda algorithm” that has already been dubbed Panda 4.1. This rollout should be completed sometime later this week, and will affect between 3-5% of Google search results.
We should have realized the end was coming, and the writing has been on the wall for a few months now. Yesterday, Google officially announced that they were ending Authorship support, after having previously reduced how much content tagged with Authorship
Earlier this year, the Court of Justice of the European Union ruled that European citizens had a right to be “forgotten” online and that if they so choose that option, Google would have to remove their personal information and content from their indexed content. This removal only applies to European versions of Google’s websites and… Read more
Google Authorship Photos and Plus Circle Count Dropped in SERPs; Author Photo Resized for Google News
This afternoon John Mueller, Google’s Webmaster Trends Analyst announced via his Google+ account that Google will be reconfiguring how authorship data is displayed in Google Universal and Google News SERPs. The rollout is expected to happen shortly, and articles that have Authorship established in Google SERPs will no longer have the author’s
Last week Google’s latest search algorithm update – now dubbed Panda 4.0 – was released and confirmed by Google’s Matt Cutts shortly after websites started noticing drastic shifts in search visibility on May 20th. Cutts took to Twitter to make the official
From Hollywood break-ups to scientific breakthroughs, pop culture has gone completely viral with ever-changing hashtags and countless trends. So how do we stay on top of it all without getting overloaded? Until now, Google+ promoted its What’s Hot feature, which delivered popular content, but fell flat in terms of organization and relevancy. Many users felt… Read more