Tag Archives: Googles

Google’s June 2021 core update was slow to roll out; here is what the data providers saw

On June 2nd, Google began rolling out the June 2021 core update. Early data seems to show the rollout was mostly felt a few days after it began rolling out, but as Google has said, it can take up to two weeks to fully roll out. Based on everything we have seen so far this update […]

May 22 Google update was big, despite Google’s being mum about it; Wednesday’s daily brief

Search Engine Land’s daily brief features daily insights, news, tips, and essential bits of wisdom for today’s search marketer. If you would like to read this before the rest of the internet does, sign up here to get it delivered to your inbox daily. Good morning, Marketers, Corporate moved me to the Wednesday slot for […]

How to Use Google’s Disavow Tool For Better Rankings

Recently, I had a friend ask me for help because her website rankings were tanking. Always willing to lend a helping hand, I asked her what she had been doing to build links and improve SEO. Everything she was doing checked out OK. So, I fired up Ahrefs and took a look at her backlink […]

Google’s Product Review Update & More Digital Marketing News

This week on Marketing O’Clock, Greg Finn, Mark Saltarelli, and Christine “Shep” Zirnheld are here to deliver the biggest digital marketing news of the week. Tune in on your favorite podcast player or check us out on YouTube! Product Reviews Algorithm Update This update will reward product reviews that share more thorough, in-depth research of […]

looking beyond Google’s third-party cookie death

30-second summary: In 2020, majority of the 181.7 billion U.S. dollar revenues came from advertising through Google Sites or its network sites Even though they will be removing the third-party cookie from 2022, the search giant still has a wealth of first-party data from its 270+ products, services, and platforms The Trade Desk’s 20 percent […]

Long-Term Brand Relationship Study, Digital Ad Spending Climbs, Ad Overload Survey, & Google’s New Review Tools

Instagram Announces That Stories Drafts are Coming SoonFacebook-owned Instagram will roll out a new scheduling option that will provide a helpful change for digital marketers who are using the native Instagram Stories interface, the firm recently announed. Social Media Today B2B Highlights From “The CMO Survey”51.3 percent of B2B marketers said they were more optimistic […]

What five news-SEO experts make of Google’s new, “Full Coverage” feature in mobile search results

30-second summary: Google recently rolled out the “Full Coverage” feature for mobile SERPs Will this impact SEO traffic for news sites, SEO best practices, and content strategies? Here’s what in-house SEOs from The LA Times, New York Times, Conde Nast, and prominent agency-side SEOs foresee Google’s “Full Coverage” update rolled out earlier this month – […]

Google’s alternative to third-party cookies open for advertiser testing in Q2 2021

Google’s alternative to third-party cookies open for advertiser testing in Q2 2021 Your privacy means the world to us. We share your personal information only when you give us explicit permission to do so, and confirm we have your permission each time. Learn more by viewing our privacy policy.Ok

Google’s Lighthouse is now recommending JavaScript library alternates

Google’s Lighthouse is now recommending JavaScript library alternates Your privacy means the world to us. We share your personal information only when you give us explicit permission to do so, and confirm we have your permission each time. Learn more by viewing our privacy policy.Ok

Android 11: Hands-on With Google’s New Smart Home Controls

There’s a reason I prefer commanding Google Assistant to turn on the lights in my apartment through the many smart speakers I have around. It’s easier than taking a smartphone out of my pocket, then opening the Google Home app, or the respective app I’ve downloaded for that gadget. However, Google Assistant has its own […]