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Google May 2020 Core Update Is Done Rolling Out

The Google May 2020 core update that started to roll out on Monday, May 4, has now finished rolling out. Google announced “the May 2020 Core Update rollout is complete” via Twitter on Monday. Here's the tweet: According to Google, the rollout of this core update would take approximately “one to two weeks to fully roll [...]

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Google May 2020 Core Update Rolling Out

On May 4, Google announced that it is rolling out a new core update, the May 2020 core update. This is the second core update of the year. The first core update was in January 2020. This means that it has been about three months since the last update, where Google historically has released a [...]

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New Free Version Of Google Shopping Rolling Out Now

The free version of Google Shopping is now being rolled out. According to a Google spokesperson has confirmed that this has starting rolling out. It doesn't mean that it's fully rolled out yet or that all US searchers would immediately see it, but it should be good to go by next week. There are some [...]

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Microsoft Office Hits Pause On Forcing Bing Search In Chrome, Firefox

Recently, Microsoft announced an "extension" as part of an update to its Office 365 ProPlus software that automatically forces company-wide Chrome and Firefox search engine defaults to Bing search, from what is, more than likely, Google. Because of the expected backlash, Microsoft reversed, at least at bit. The extension will automatically seek out installations of [...]

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Google To Experiment With More Desktop Search Changes After Favicon/Black Ad Label Rollout

Last week, Google announced on Twitter that it will start testing more variations and changes to the desktop search results based on early feedback from users around the favicon and black ad label rollout on desktop. According to Google, with the mobile rollout that happened several months ago, that “design has been well received by users on mobile screens, [...]

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Google Search Lets You Swipe Left And Right On Shows And Movies

On September 5, Google announced an update to how Google is presenting movies and TV shows in the mobile search results for the upcoming fall season. This updated interface is more graphical and interactive, and lets you have more fun swiping through entertainment options from your mobile searches. When you search for things like “good shows [...]

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Google Brings The Assistant To Waze

Google Maps isn't the only navigation service to have Google Assistant behind it. Soon, Waze for Android will be getting Google Assistant as well. It will be available in English. Although Waze already had voice commands, Google Assistant will enable users to do a number of other things while driving, such as make calls, play [...]

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Google Moves Hotel Pricing Chart Into The SERP

Google has begun showing hotel price charts in search results. These graphs have been a popular feature of Google travel properties, which has been tested in search last year. The following image shows the SERP for the query Portland Oregon Jupiter Hotel that includes the price chart: Searchers are now able to uses arrows to move [...]

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