Official news on crawling and indexing sites for the Google index.
Get the most out of your videos on your ecommerce site by making sure Google can find and index them, driving more traffic to your site.
Every day, we discover 40 billion spammy pages! This post explains how we used innovation, AI, and more in 2020 to keep that spam away from your search results.
Last November we announced that the page experience ranking change will go live on Google Search this year, in what we’re calling the "page experience update". To help publishers and site owners improve their page experience and prepare, today we’re announcing a few key updates.
Feedburner is making several upcoming changes to support the product's next chapter. This post describes what you can expect to change and what you can do now to ensure you’re prepared.
The new series Sustainable Monetized Websites is now available on the Search Central and the Google AdSense YouTube channels. This series focuses on the best practices for people who create or manage content online and monetize it, acknowledging how challenging this can be and assisting them with resources and focus areas.
As we’ve been continuously working to improve support for website owners in more language markets, we’re very excited to announce the opening of our Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, and Thai Search Central Help Communities with support from a global team of community managers that are dedicated to helping Product Experts.
Google Search is always working to show the most useful and helpful information possible, through testing, experimenting, and review processes. From this, we know people appreciate product reviews that share in-depth research, rather than thin content that simply summarizes a bunch of products. That’s why we’re sharing an improvement...
This post describes a new way to filter data on the Search Console Performance reports: regular expressions, or regex. This will allow users to create more complex query and page based filters and answer more questions that interest them.
In this post, we provide details to help you implement structured data on your practice problems and math solver pages to make your pages eligible to feature on Google Search as rich results. We also announce the new rich results status reports to help you make sure that your implementation is correct.
Some of you might have received an email from Google Search Console with the subject "New requirements for SharedArrayBuffers". We received feedback that the message was confusing, and wanted to give some more insight into the issue, so that you can decide which next steps are appropriate.
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