It was an insanely busy week this week, and we also ran SMX Advanced throughout the chaos. Google said the completion of the June 2021 core update ended on June 12th. Google said this only two days after its introduction. But it makes sense because we did a lot of tremors on June 11 and June 12 on Google search. Google then said the page experience update has begun to take effect on June 15 and will be released by the end of August. Google posted a video on how this affects top stories and said you shouldn’t see any sudden changes in your rankings from this update. Google added partial field information to PageSpeed Insights. Google is testing an exhibition carousel for supplier dashboards. Google launched Google Search Console Insights reports for everyone. According to Google, quality is an example of a site-level signal. Google said it may take longer to remove even people asking for results compared to regular search results. Gary Illyes of Google spoke about retrieving data from Google. Gary Illyes also said there isn’t that much trick in the search. And finally, John Mueller thinks Search is underrepresented in Google I / O and I think it exceeds it. I then shared how I think the slow algorithmic implementation works. Google told me that core updates can affect site commands included in queries. Google Search has a new scrollable more idea search feature, and Google will also test the focus bubble when prompted. Google also appears to have reduced the FAQ results of the FAQ to a maximum of two snippets. Google My Business added driving directions and website visits to its performance report. Google now also lets you manage your business’s Google Messages, delivery options, and service attributes directly from Google Search. Google is testing a new shipping icon on the local packaging. Google Maps shows the average rating pins in the map views for some searches. And we launched an SEO Periodic Success Factors Table for 2021 in the Land of Search Engines. To help sponsor these vlogs, go to patreon.com/barryschwartz. It was search news this week Search engine roundtable.
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