AMP team said you shouldn’t strip author information when creating AMP pages. Search Console Barry: When will SEOs be able to see voice search query information in Search Console? Gary: I don’t have any updates on that. I’m waiting for the research team to take action on this. Barry. new technologies in the future that will help users. Michelle: I think it’s more complicated than that. There are things you can do with your content that will help it show up better in search, and brands can invest resources in structuring content that can handle conversations better.
Ads on Google and user experience Michelle
As you (Google) push organic results below the threshold [to give more prominence to ads and carousels]… is that a good user experience? Gary: I click on a lot of search ads. (Note that clicks from Macedonia Phone Number Google that occur on our internal network do not count as clicks for advertisers, so it costs you nothing.) I think the search ads are more relevant than the 10 blue links. On each search page, there are fairly aggressive bids for each position.
Since bids are correlated to site
Relevance and quality, this tends to lead to relevant results. Barry: Sometimes ads are more relevant than organic results…? Gary: Mainly for international searches. Michelle: How is that determined? Gary: It’s done algorithmically. Michelle: How can you compare ads to organic ads if the two don’t work together? Gary: The concept of a tendering process and quality assessment is used by both parties. Separating the groups is more about keeping ads that speak to customers away from organic people, so they don’t try to influence them.
Ad engineering people, they can talk about the organic side; It is not forbidden. Ranking factors and featured snippets Michelle: Does Google consider non-search-related traffic in rankings? Gary: First of all, search traffic is not something we use in rankings. As for other types of traffic, Google might see it through Analytics, but I swear we don’t use Analytics data for search rankings. We also have data from Chrome, but Chrome is incredibly noisy. I actually assessed the potential for using this data, but couldn’t determine how it could be used effectively in ranking. Barry: What about indirect signals from search traffic, such as pogosticking? Previously, Google said it