Google Link Spam Update Complete, Google Search Results, Search Console Data Bug and Google Advertising changes the title.

Google has finally removed the link spam update two weeks later than expected. Google has confirmed that it has changed the search titles, saying it no longer uses queries when creating titles. Google has heard of some issues and may come up with a search console tool to help control headings. There are some complaints, if you want, you can submit those complaints to Google. Just one point, the title does not use query but can describe the pieces further. There was a big data bug in the Google Search Console Performance Report on August 23rd and 24th – I’m not sure the data will be refilled. Google said that if you remove your AMP pages, you should not see a drop in rankings in general. Google made more than 4,500 search changes in 2020, a busy year. SEOs often use canonical tags to address duplicate content issues. Most SEOs said that COVID did not change the way they changed SEO. Google Ads redesigned the Campaign Setup screen, which threw some advertisers into the loop. There was a bug in Google Shopping that made the impression very low. Google’s Word Planner tool stopped working for a day. Google Advertising has added more custom columns and new conversion rules for smart bidding. Google Merchant Center and Manufacturer Center can now be synced automatically. Google AdSense adds new auto-optimize features. Google Local Pack does not test the call to action button for some questions. Google Posts says they may now appear on third party sites. And if you want to help sponsor these vlogs, go to patreon.com/barryschwartz. This week there was news of a search on the search engine round table.

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