Google’s recent algorithm updates are reportedly reducing traffic to piracy websites, according to an analysis of year-over-year data.
Google’s John Mueller says websites containing any adult content, regardless of the amount, are not eligible to serve rich results.
Paywall structured data markup doesn’t need to be visible to users, but it does need to be visible to web crawlers, says Google’s John Mueller.
Google is not shutting down the Structured Data Testing Tool after all, as per an announcement stating the tool will be migrated to another domain.
Google’s John Mueller clears up a misunderstanding about keyword-heavy titles and descriptions, saying it’s a common practice that’s not against webmaster guidelines.
Following a successful launch of Microsoft Clarity, features from the free-to-use tool are being added to Bing Webmaster Tools.
Google’s John Mueller suggests not using black hat techniques, even on websites with 18+ content. This debunks any idea that adult content gets a pass.
Google affirms that noindexed pages can still be used to evaluate a site’s Core Web Vitals, which will soon become search ranking factors.
YouTube is expanding the capabilities of its Premieres feature with 4 new ways to drum up hype for a video.
Google goes over how its search index is organized, and how it makes SERPs useful, in a new explainer published to the company’s blog.