| Google showing "including results
for" feature for navigational queries
forever shown 'including results for' at the top of the search results
for misspellings but now it seems to be trying to be even more smarter.
It is taking queries and thinking you are looking for a brand and
suggests the navigational query. If you search for [face] you get
results for Facebook."
AMP pages not in regular search just yet
moment, we're not showing AMP pages in regular search just yet. We'll
get started around late February.
In the beginning, we'll show them in a carousel with news-like
content; knowing our engineers, we'll add other types quickly
In general, AMP pages are connected on a per-page basis (there's a
'web' page equivalent to each AMP page). You can, of course, also make
AMP-only pages too."
What’s next, as Google’s head of search leaves & its machine
learning chief takes over?
years, Google search chief Amit Singhal is moving on. In his place,
machine learning head John Giannandrea is taking over. The rise of the
RankBrain might be able to handle processing more and more of the
various signals that are currently analyzed through hand-written code
to improve the Google algorithm. Already, according to Google, it’s
supposedly doing some of this. But it seems unlikely that overnight,
the machines will take over."
has penalized a link network in Japan
quiet for over a year on link network penalties, Google says it has
penalized a large, Japanese-based link network. [...]
The last time Google officially confirmed hitting a link network with a
penalty was back in November 2014, when Google targeted a Polish-based
link network. Google did take action on many link networks back in 2014
but has focused more of their attention, at least communication-wise,
on mobile spam and redirects."
Fake online locksmiths may be out to pick your pocket, too
good that when you search Google for someone
to help you get into your home or car, results will include
poorly trained subcontractors who will squeeze you for cash. [...]
These ghosts don’t just game search results. They dominate AdWords,
Google’s paid advertising platform. Nearly all of those ads promise
'$19 service,' or thereabouts, a suspiciously low sum, given that
“locksmith”-related ads cost about $30 or so per click, depending on
Search engine newslets
- Yandex rolls out mobile-friendly algorithm in
Russia, code name Vladivostok.
- Google to deliver wrong 'top' search results to
- EU Commission and United States agree on new framework for
transatlantic data flows: EU-US Privacy Shield.