Month: August 2019

With the move to the new Search Console, we’ve decided to clean up some parts of the Search Console API as well. In the Search Analytics API, going forward we’ll no longer support these Android app search appearance types: Is Install Is App Universal Is Opened Since these appearance types are no longer used in Read more

Sharing is caring! What are Augmented Search Queries? Last year, I wrote a post called Quality Scores for Queries: Structured Data, Synthetic Queries and Augmentation Queries, which told us that Google may look at query logs and structured data (table data and schema data) related to a site to create augmentation queries, and evaluate information Read more

We love to help folks make awesome websites. For a while now, we’ve been answering questions from developers, site-owners, webmasters, and of course SEOs in our office hours hangouts, in the help forums, and at events. Recently, we’ve (re-)started answering your questions in a video series called #AskGoogleWebmasters on our YouTube channel.  (At Google, behind Read more

Sharing is caring! Exploring how the Google Knowledge Graph works can provide some insights into how is growing and improving and may influence what we see on the web. A newly granted Google patent from the end of last month tells us about one way that Google is using to improve the amount of data Read more

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