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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Personal aside: Having now written a handful of articles over the past month about the various projects that Google is shutting down, I can’t help but think how many times those of us inside the search industry thought some of these would “change the game” in some way. Sidewiki and Subscribed Links both saw a lot of hype when they were launched as having a potentially huge impact on SEO. Fast Flip and News Timeline were mentioned as possibly having a big impact on online publishing. But our perception and the reality of public adoption (or lack thereof) is often not the same. That’s worth keeping in mind as Google — and other companies — rolls out new products and experiments in the future. … [Read more...] about Google Shutters Fast Flip, Sidewiki, Aardvark, Subscribed Links & More Google Labs Projects
In the past, I’ve written about how to both obtain and optimize a Knowledge Graph result. In my attempts to learn more and get a better understanding of Google’s Knowledge Graph, I’ve discovered some cool hacks and tricks. While these tricks do not have any significant practical implications, they can serve as a way to better understand how Google’s Knowledge Graph works, which can be used to optimize your personal or company Knowledge Graph results. … [Read more...] about Cool tricks to explore Google’s Knowledge Graph results, featuring Donald Trump
But that isn't 100% true, you can see the small disclaimer at the footer of the blog post that reads "* Some features and reports won’t be available in the new AdWords experience. You’ll receive notifications and helpful resources a few weeks before any features and reports are moved." Google links you to this help doc that describes which features are not available. … [Read more...] about Google Shutting Down Old AdWords Interface In 2018
Some Google AdWords advertisers are getting notices that the old AdWords interface will be completely unreachable starting on July 10, 2018. The email some are receiving says "starting on July 10, 2018, the nw AdWords will become the exclusive way to manage your account, and access to the previous experience will no longer be available." It turns out that Google is rolling out the sunsetting of the old interface throughout the year, >according to Ginny Marvin at Search Engine Land. … [Read more...] about Google Shutting Down Old AdWords Interface On July 10th?