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Daily Search Forum Recap: June 13, 2022



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.

The big Google May 2022 core update may not have been fully done on June 9th, we are seeing many reports of big changes after it was done rolling out. Google Search Console’s legacy message viewer is going away in August. Twitter removed the nofollow attributes from its links for some reason. Google added documentation on vary cookie support for signed exchanges. Google Ads said it will address concerns over third-party sales solicitations and poor advice. Plus, I released another vlog today.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Google May 2022 Core Update – Big Tremors After It Was Complete?

    As you remember, the Google May 2022 core update officially started on May 25th and officially ended on June 9th. But like we said initially, we felt it started or was being tested, before May 25th and now, it seems like there are more tremors, big tremors, for some sites days after this core update was announced as done rolling out.
  • Legacy Google Search Console Messages Going Away August 1, 2022

    Google is removing the legacy Google Search Console messages on August 1, 2022. If you try to access the old messages console Google has a warning at the top that reads “Important: This report won’t be available after Aug 1, 2022. Please use the new Message panel instead.”
  • Twitter Removes Nofollow Attribute From Links

    Twitter, sometime over the past week or so, has removed the nofollow attribute from its links. This is unusual for a number of reason, the largest is that Twitter had nofollowed links on its social network since 2008 on bio links and 2009 on all tweets. So why change it now?

  • New Google Documentation On Vary: Cookie Support For Signed Exchanges

    Google has recently added new information around Vary: Cookie support in the signed exchanges Google Search help documents. This comes shortly after Google decided to bring support signed exchanges for some desktop sites.

  • Google Ads To Address Concerns Over Third-Party Sales Solicitations & Poor Advice

    You probably get these emails all the time from a third-party Google Ads rep asking you to make adjustments to your campaigns, specifically to increase budgets and to go all in on RSAs, responsive search ads. Well, Ginny Marvin, the Ads Liaison at Google, said on Twitter “We are working to address this specific incident as well as the broader concern.”
  • Vlog #177: Alcides Aguasvivas On Local SEO For Small Businesses

    In part one, Alcides Aguasvivas is a co-founder of Pix-l Graphx spoke to me about how he started him firm 18 years ago while in college. In part two we chow down on SEO

  • Google Zurich Cookies

    Here is a photo from the Google Zurich office of really tasty looking cookies. They are colored with the Google logo colors and this guy looks super happy to have them.

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May 2022 Core Update, Title Link Update & Much More



Product Reviews Update, Search Console, MUM, BERT, UI & More

Hope you all had a nice July 4th weekend, here is the July 2022 Google webmaster report to catch you up on the past month. We had two confirmed algorithm updates this past month and many unconfirmed. We also had changes to Search Console, SEO documentation updates, local and maps features and tons of user interfaces.

The May 2022 core update finished in June but we saw many tremors before and also after that update. Google also confirmed a title link algorithm update last month.

Google announced new video page indexing report in Google Search Console, updated the error types and more. Google News has a big new design and there is just so much more.

If you missed the previous recap, go here and here are the top headlines for the past month:

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Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.



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