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Which Google algorithm changes impacted marketers most in 2016 – and what can we expect from 2017?

Between the long-awaited rollout of Penguin 4.0, a strengthening of Google’s mobile-friendly ranking signal and the ‘Possum’ algorithm update impacting local search, 2016 was an interesting year for Google algorithm changes. And with an upcoming move to a mobile-first search index already on the cards, as well as a penalty for intrusive mobile interstitials coming into [Read more…]

Is Google’s AMP carousel working? (Or, SEO insights from Kanye West)

Google’s AMP rich cards look like they should work. The format is visually appealing, and AMP rich card carousels usually appear at the top of mobile search results, dominating the first viewport. They also provide a brand showcase publishers should love. AMP “Top Stories” scrolling rich card carousel in Google mobile search But recently, publishers [Read more…]

How to get mobile Rich Cards in Google

Rich Cards are the newest addition to Google’s enhanced search results. Using structured data in the form of Schema.org, certain types of subjects can get an enhanced presentation in Google. Rich Cards, not to be confused with rich snippets, are search results in card form that the user can swipe through and mostly pop up [Read more…]

Penguin 4.0 Update

On Friday Google’s Gary Illyes announced Penguin 4.0 was now live. Key points highlighted in their post are: Penguin is a part of their core ranking algorithm Penguin is now real-time, rather than something which periodically refreshes Penguin has shifted from being a sitewide negative ranking factor to a more granular factor Things not mentioned [Read more…]

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