Mobile issues hurt rankings.
Google may be ready to break the “no banner ads ever” promise.
Even no meta descriptions at all is better.
“No one expected a Toolbar PageRank update this year.”
Rich snippets may be taken away for low quality sites.
GoogleBot rechecks 404 and 410 responses for years.
The search engine also seems to be set to come to iOS 8 as an option.
Google rolls out a new design for authorship in the search results.
The new feature explained.
Google has already penalized several guest blog networks.
New facts on the Google HTTPS ranking signal.
“Ranking in position one in mobile is way more important than on desktop search.”
John Mueller doesn't recommend link building.
Searchers would be warned if a particular web page is slow.
Google Clarifies The Mobile-Friendly Algorithm Will Roll Out Over A Week, Be A Yes/No Response & More
“You are either mobile-friendly or not, there are no degrees of mobile-friendliness in this algorithm.”
“iOS users may see content from apps in their mobile search results.”
The [not provided] saga will be expanded from Google to Bing.
A quick fix.
What types of pages Google wants to show in their search results.
Google is working on a new way for users to get Android apps.
But the company still uses PageRank data internally.
Links, content, and RankBrain.
New top level domains like .NEWS do not count.
Links in HTML and links in Scalable Vector Graphics are not treated equally.
How you can benefit from the mobile-friendly ranking boost.
Are we back to index size wars?
How the interface looks like.
Key takeaways from the study.
link:www.domain.com is no longer functioning.
Short answer: yes.
Rich cards are now available globally.
Screen shots of the new user interface.
The company makes search more inline with mobile devices.
Results of a link study done three years in a row.
Who needs the ten blue links when you have the answer?
The condensed view experiment is now on hold.
Google is releasing Chrome 68.
What to expect from the new form.
Otherwise the migration will take a lot longer.
What it means for site owners and webmasters.
Your stats in Google Search.