In response, the webspam team has taken manual action to demote www.google.com/chrome for at least 60 days. After that, someone on the Chrome side can submit a reconsideration request documenting their clean-up just like any other company would. During the 60 days, the PageRank of www.google.com/chrome will also be lowered to reflect the fact that we also won’t trust outgoing links from that page. … [Read more...] about Google’s Chrome Page No Longer Ranks For “Browser” After Sponsored Post Penalty
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As you know, Google announced version 69 of Chrome last week. The Omnibox now shows answers as you type, HTTPS sites are no longer green and Google also hides a lot of the URL in the URL bar. I covered some of this at Search Engine Land last week but more and more of the SEO community is getting bugged out by the URL change. … [Read more...] about Google Chrome 69 & SEO Annoyances
Google may be getting itself into hot water again with paid links. In 2012, Google Chrome was caught buying links and they ended up penalizing themselves for it. It wasn't the first time, Google penalized themselves in the past for cloaking AdWords help, cloaking AdWords support and the Google Japan PageRank penalty. … [Read more...] about Google Chrome Caught Buying Paid Links For $350,000?
To upgrade, go to the Chrome menu and click on "About Google Chrome" and then it will check to see if there is an update. It will then most likely start updating - some users may have to click a button to start the update: … [Read more...] about Screen Shot: Google Chrome Now Labels HTTP URLs As Not Secure
Again, a staple of good business is to be honest about what you offer. For example, don’t wait until the very end of the purchase decision to hit people with the shipping fee. Include it in the beginning so that they are aware of the total cost of purchasing from you. … [Read more...] about Google Landing Page Quality Rankings & Organic SEO