It has been an fascinating week at Google, from being sued by the Division of Justice for anticompetitive practices to passage indexing questions and readability. I first talked about how Google’s new Passage Indexing is de facto Passage Rating and that I bought Google to publicly publish one thing for all those that doubted my protection. Google passage indexing can be totally different from featured snippets and I clarify how. Google’s request indexing function remains to be not working however the query is for the way lengthy. Google posted a remaining standing replace for the indexing points saying 99% are resolved however the edge circumstances might be resolved in per week or so. SEOs are nonetheless ready for the subsequent core replace, it has nearly been six-months. Googlers appear far more comfy speaking about E-A-T and YMYL/well being pages. Google stated some sluggish URLs can doubtlessly influence different URLs that aren’t sluggish. Google stated hyperlinks in HTML that’s commented out don’t cross rating weight. Google talked about rendering, indexing, search engine marketing/developer relations, conferences and bitcoin scams of their latest podcast. Google stated there’s a “silly excessive” restrict on the variety of hyperlinks it could actually extract from a single web page. Simply because Google indexes a bit of content material first, it doesn’t imply it should take into account it the unique supply. Google nonetheless does help, unofficially, the format. Google Search Console despatched out messages for Google Uncover ideas. Google Native and Maps is displaying well being and security info on the entrance finish now. Google is testing displaying about this outcome with web site age, safety, paid info and extra. Google has added new options for advertisers and searchers round purchasing and value comparability. Google AdSense launched vignette adverts on wider screens. And the Division of Justice sued Google for monopolistic practices, it needs to be an fascinating lawsuit to say the least. Oh and if you wish to assist sponsor these vlogs, go to That was the search information this week on the Search Engine Roundtable.

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