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On September 12, Google began rolling out its second broad core algorithm update this year – the September 2022 core update. We are now several days into the update, and Google has decided to roll out another algorithm update before it is complete – the September 2022 product reviews update. So we felt it was safe ..

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Google released the fifth version of the Google product reviews update on September 20th at around 4 am ET, this one is named September 2022 product reviews update. Google told us a couple of weeks ago to expect this update, which is unusual in terms of being so soon after the most recent product reviews ..

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Google is expanding the eligibility for enhanced product experiences in Google Search to those who use Product structured data. Google also has added new Search Console reports to measure the performance and identify issues with your structured data. “These enhanced product experiences were previously only open to Merchant Center users,” the search company said. Expanded ..

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Google is now rolling out the September 2022 broad core update, this is the second board core update of 2022, with the first one being the May 2022 broad core update. The announcement. Google announced this on Twitter and updated its search updates page saying “Today we released the September 2022 core update. We’ll update ..

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Google has confirmed that the helpful content update is now finished rolling out. The update took 15 days to roll out, starting on August 25, 2022 and ending on September 9, 2022. Google has posted it completed today, September 9th. As a reminder, Google’s helpful content update is a sitewide signal. It targets websites that ..

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Quality content is subjective. Some people will want a beginner-level summary while others want more depth and expert insights. Quality content will be better than the content that currently exists and readers will find it useful, memorable and are likely to share the content. As SEOs, we typically write about things that people are searching ..

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John Mueller, from the Google Search Relations team, explained that it is best to have one primary language per webpage, so Google can best recognize what the language is for that page. John Mueller said this in a video this morning on the topic of multilingual content. One language per page. John was asked, “if ..

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Google’s help document on controlling your snippets in search results has added some examples of “bad” and “better” meta descriptions.  The bad. Google advises avoiding these four types of “bad” meta descriptions: List of keywords: “Sewing supplies, yarn, colored pencils, sewing machines, threads, bobbins, needles” Same description used for every news article: “Local news in ..

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Google is testing two new labels in search results: Quick Read 5 Min. Read. What it looks like. The labels were shared on Twitter. Here are screenshot of both types, via @Ozaemotion and @lilyraynyc: Short content can be helpful content. For nearly a decade, skyscraper content and 10x content have been popular concepts. In short, ..

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