Google November Core Update Released, Search Console Redesigned, Crawling Bugs and Google Advertising Credits

Happy Thanksgiving – we were once again surprised by Google, where the second wave of Google November 2021 cover update took place on Wednesday and Thursday – yes, the busiest time of online shopping. Earlier, a survey found that 50% of SEOs did not notice changes in the basic update. Google has introduced a new design for the search console interface, it is more blue. Google last week confirmed a bug around the crawl that affected the crawling of the AMP cache, which Google said was minimal. Google has released credits to people who have been affected by the Google AdSense shopping ad CPC bug, which has affected people who have made smart bids. There is a bug in Google Search Console where two days of crawl statistics data is missing. Bing has officially rolled out the page’s insights feature, which scrolls down to text. Google has updated its documentation for reviews, saying that the combination of positive and negative reviews is more reliable. Google Shopping can show $ 0 prices if there are monthly fees. Google’s automotive search results include sliders and scales. Google has a bug with the News Sorting tool on the News tab. Google AdSense is removing the featured content feature in March 2022. The Google Ads mobile app has new performance insights, reviewing search trends and now creating campaigns. I want to congratulate all of you on Thanksgiving and Happy Chinooka! And if you want to help sponsor these vlogs, go to patreon.com/barryschwartz. This was the news of this week’s search on the search engine round table.

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