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Top SEO News (July-August, 2017)

  • Google ignores canonical links when an error is suspected

    Aug 03/2017

    Google ignores canonical links if it is suspected that an error could have been made during their implementation. This was told by the search representative, John Mueller during the last video meeting with webmasters.
    One of the participants asked Mueller at the meeting:
    "If a large number of canonical links points to the same page, can this lead to some problems with website?"
    Mueller replied the following:
    "No, it is not necessary. The only problematic situation that may occur is when all these pages point to the main page as canonical. In this case, our systems understand that the rel = canonical attribute was wrongly implemented and thus, they ignore this data.
    But if the website contains a large number of pages with the same content (URLs with different parameters, etc.), using the rel = canonical attribute is an ideal option in this situation."
    It should be recalled that earlier this month the Moz founder, Rand Fishkin, prepared a review of the best practices for the URL canonicalization.

  • Google tests a new search results format with ready-made answers

    July 11/2017

    English-speaking users noticed that Google is testing a new format for the search results that would include ready answers.
    From now on the website, the content of which was used to generate a response will no longer be displayed in the search results. The reference to it is contained only in the block with the answer.
    "Google removed the result from the search on the page that was already shown in the block with the answer for this query. Now the block with the answer is the only result for the page on a specific request, "says The SEM Post blog
    It is noted that the new feature is currently available for many users, but not all of them. This can mean a large-scale testing or a gradual launch.

  • Google Image Search loses market share to Amazon and Facebook

    Aug 14/2017

    The share of Google in the search market grew from 58.84% in October last year to 64.8% in March 2017. At the same time, the share of Google Image Search fell to 21.8% in favor of Amazon and Facebook. This information has come from analysts of the American company Jumpshot in partnership with co-founder Moz Rand Fishkin.
    During the research, they analyzed search data in Google Search, Images, Maps, YouTube, Yahoo, Bing, Amazon, Facebook, Reddit and Wikipedia for the period from October 2016 to May 2017 with a sole purpose to determine the resources that accounted for the largest number of search engines Sessions and traffic.
    Generally, at this period Amazon's share went up from 0.4% to 2.30%, and Facebook's 0.8% to 1.5%. Bing and Yahoo both showed growth of up to 2.4%, while Google Maps was ranked up to 1.2%. The activity of Google Search, Bing, Amazon and Facebook showed growth, while Google Images, YouTube, Yahoo and Google Maps lost their positions.
    The report also included data on search volumes and CTR in the US. The number of search sessions in Google has exceeded 30 billion a month (as of October 2016). By May 2017, the growth trend remained at the level of 10-15% compared to the previous year.
    The results of the organic search in 2016 went down to the bottom. In December they were ranked at 54% (despite the fact that in January and February of the same year their level was at 57% and 56%, respectively, and taking into account the traditional activity stop after the winter holidays).
    November 2016 gave the highest rates of search activity without clicks and was ranked at 45.5%. At the same time, the lowest indicator was in October, which is only 40.3%.
    According to Jumpshot, the largest traffic is generated by Google: about 63% in May 2017, with about 60% in October 2016. During this period, YouTube also showed better results and went up by 0.2%, while Amazon rose by 0.1%. Traffic from Facebook, Yahoo, Reddit, Imgur and Bing almost died, and that’s only Wikipedia that remained at the same level.

  • Google uses ccTLD for geotargeting and Search Console settings

    July 25/2017

    John Mueller, Google spokesman described the way the search engine targets search results for users living in different regions of the globe.
    According to Mueller, geographic targeting uses factors such as ccTLDs or Search Console settings.
    For geotargeting we use mostly the ccTLD or search console setting, so place the server.
    — John ☆.o(≧▽≦)o.☆ (@JohnMu) July 7, 2017
    Earlier Google analyzed the server location determining the region where the website should be ranked best. Apparently, now this factor is not counted.

  • Google keeps ignoring the Last-Modified meta tag

    Aug 14/2017

    Google still ignores the Last-Modified meta tag in the search. This was stated by the company’s employee, John Mueller providing a response to a question from one of the webmasters on Twitter.
    The question was:
    "In 2011 you said that Google does not use the http-equiv =" last-modified "tag for crawling. Is that still so? ".
    Mueller replied the following:
    Yep, we still do not use it.
    - John ☆ .o (≧ ▽ ≦) o. ☆ (@JohnMu) August 11, 2017
    The tag was originally used to alert the crawlers that the page was updated, or to specify the date the page was last refreshed.
    In 2011 John Mueller made a post on the Webmaster Central Help forum in which he stated that Google does not use the Last-Modified meta tag for scanning, indexing, or ranking. This tag is also not included in the list of meta tags considered by Google. With all this, other search engines can still use it.

  • How Google processes pages with the Canonical and noindex attributes

    Aug 14/2017

    During the last video conference with webmasters, John Mueller answered the interesting question: how does the search engine process pages that both contain the Canonical and Noindex attribute?
    The question to Mueller was:
    "I once was at a seminar where I was told that if you use rel = canonical and Noindex on a page, then Canonical will transmit the Noindex canonicalized page. Is that true?".
    Answer:
    "Hmm. I don’t know. We discussed this issue for a long time, at least inside the team. In particular, what should we do in this case.
    Using Canonical, you are telling that two pages should be processes identically. Noindex reports that the page that contains it must be removed from the search. Therefore theoretically our algorithms can get confused and decide that you need to delete both pages. Correct? Or they can process them in different ways, taking into account Noindex attribute.
    As a matter of actual practice, it is most likely that algorithms will decide that the rel = canonical attribute was added by mistake."

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