SearchCap: Google HTTPS Study, Consolidated AdWords Billing & Google Quick Answer Failure

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Google Quick Answer Fail: NSFW Advice On “How To Eat Sushi” Google continues to expand the number of quick answers it offers in its results, as well… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source: Search Engine Land...

Google Quick Answer Fail: NSFW Advice On “How To Eat Sushi”

Google continues to expand the number of quick answers it offers in its results, as well as the size of those answers themselves. But since Google takes these answers from other sites without any human review, that can lead to goofs. The latest: some advice on eating sushi that might not go down… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source: Search Engine Land...

Demystifying The Knowledge Graph

Columnist Barbara Starr explains the power of the newly extended Knowledge Graph and how to leverage semantic technology for better search visibility. The post Demystifying The Knowledge Graph appeared first on Search Engine Land. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source: Search Engine Land...

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Google Says There’s No Bug, Older Versions Of Its Search Page Showing Up On Purpose

After more than 200 comments on a Google Search Help Forum thread last week, reporting a glitch that caused an older version of Google’s search page to display in certain browsers, a Google employee claimed there was no glitch at all. According to Googler Nealem, the page was working just… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source: Search Engine Land...

Report: HTTPS URLs Have No Discernible Ranking Benefit In Google Currently

In August 2014, Google announced that they would give a small ranking boost to HTTPS with the new HTTPS ranking factor. Now that it is a few weeks later, many are wondering how much of an impact does HTTPS URLs actually have on rankings. The answer according to SearchMetrics is none currently…. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. Source: Search Engine Land...