Many Old Google Search Console Features to Be Turned Off to Make Room For the New Towards the end of March, Google will be turning off some of the older aspects of the old Search Console to make space for a number of new and improved features. According to Google, the old Crawl Errors report will be removed, and a new report introduced that allows site owners to more readily identify and address site indexing issues, and the crawl errors API will follow pending a replacement (which users will be informed of directly). Also, the old sitemaps report will be turned off, and Google is directing site owners to use its new URL inspection tool to fetch as Google. Additional old features that will be shuttered to make way for the new include user management, the structured data dashboard, HTML suggestions (with no replacement), Property Sets, Android Apps, and the blocked resources report. For now, the disavow will remain as is. … [Read more...] about Google News Digest: New YouTube Bidding Strategy, Canonicals in Search Console, and More
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Hmmm, you ask. Shouldn’t Google use its own data to challenge a fundamental assumption of Enhanced Campaigns? Well, let me ask you something. When was the last time you tried to create an online ad system? What? Never? Then don’t question the wisdom of someone who has. And, besides, the big LOAD equation does not work in a Legacy Campaign world, so stop whining and start converting. And don’t laugh, either. After all, didn’t Isaac Newton have to create new math before he could prove his three Laws? … [Read more...] about Enhanced Campaigns: Google’s Grand Unification Theory
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Google Lighthouse: Updated SEO Audit Google has introduced a new mobile-friendly SEO audit in the Lighthouse Chrome extension and on its Google Developers' web.dev site that measures tap target spacing on mobile sites. As Google explains, optimizing tap targets while designing for mobile is important, as placing the targets too close could result in an accidental selection by the user. With the new update, the Lighthouse tool will now allow developers to determine whether or not tap targets are appropriately sized on their mobile sites. If not, it may suggest some action around this item to help improve the SEO score. … [Read more...] about Google News Digests: New Algo Update, New Ad Features, And New Tools
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