Daily Search Forum Recap: May 22, 2020

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Core Update Done, Bing Answers Yes Or No, Google’s Nofollow Change & Much More

    This week, Google confirmed that the May 2020 core update is completely rolled out. We may be seeing some ranking

  • Google Ranking Algorithm Update Tremors

    I am seeing signs from both the SEO chatter in the community and the tracking tools that the past day or so there may have been a Google search ranking and algorithm update. It might be just tremors or small tweaks to the Google May 2020 core update or it might be something totally unrelated.

  • Poll: Does Position One In Google Matter More Now Than 10 Years Ago

    Kevin Indig posted a poll on Twitter, which I retweeted, asking how much does position number one on Google matter today vs 10 years ago? I am a bit surprised to see the responses to this question. In short, it seems SEOs are super split on this.

  • How To Remove “Uploaded By” From The Google Search Result Snippet

    In February we covered some complaints about Google showing “uploaded by” in some of the search result snippets. Often, the upload by will cite the person who uploaded the video and not the person who wrote the content on the page where the snippet is coming from. An SEO named Stephen said he was able to remove the uploaded by section with a meta tag.

  • Matt Cutts Predicts How Search Works In 2020 Ten Years Ago

    April 2010, Matt Cutts who was working at Google on search, was asked how does he see search working in a decade from now. It is always fun to look at predictions from the past and see how they came out.

  • Google Webmaster Podcast: “Search Off The Record” Sounds Fun

    It sounds like the Google Search Relations team, aka John Mueller, Gary Illyes, Martin Splitt and others have started a podcast, in addition to the YouTube channel. The podcast was probably Gary’s idea, since he is camera shy.

  • Google Branded Roomba

    Roombas are cool, well, they look cool. I owned a few over my lifetime and they tend to work for a while and then just stop. But hey, this is not a Google Partner Branded Roomba review. Here is a ph

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