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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Search trademark issues & search pictures appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Columnist Chris Silver Smith details recent trademark infringement cases in which site search results pages caused legal issues for retailer sites. E-commerce businesses should take notice! The post Initial Interest Confusion rears its ugly head once more in trademark infringement case appeared...

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In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have and more. Google deep blue meeting room: Source: Twitter Google elephant march...

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With 2017 well underway, we wanted to take a moment and share some of the insights we gathered in 2016 in our fight against webspam. Over the past year, we continued to find new ways of keeping spam from creating a poor quality search experience, and worked with webmasters around the world to make the web better.

We do a lot behind the scenes to make sure that users can make full use of what today’s web has to offer, bringing relevant results to everyone around the globe, while fighting webspam that could potentially harm or simply annoy users.
Webspam trends in 2016
How we fought spam in 2016
Working with users and webmasters for a better web
  • In 2016 we received over 180,000 user-submitted spam reports from around the world. After carefully checking their validity, we considered 52% of those reported sites to be spam. Thanks to all who submitted reports and contributed towards a cleaner and safer web ecosystem!
  • We conducted more than 170 online office hours and live events around the world to audiences totaling over 150,000 website owners, webmasters and digital marketers.
  • We continued to provide support to website owners around the world through our Webmaster Help Forums in 15 languages. Through these forums we saw over 67,000 questions, with a majority of them being identified as having a Best Response by our community of Top contributors, Rising Stars and Googlers. 
  • We had 119 volunteer Webmaster Top Contributors and Rising Stars, whom we invited to join us at our local Top Contributor Meetups in 11 different locations across 4 continents (Asia, Europe, North America, South America). 


We think everybody deserves high quality, spam-free search results. We hope that this report provides a glimpse of what we do to make that happen.

Posted by Michal Wicinski, Search Quality Strategist and Kiyotaka Tanaka, User Education & Outreach Specialist 
Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: Google link warning, in-store sales & more SEM appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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If the primary purpose of distributing content is to gain links, both authors and publishers risk a Google penalty. The post Google warns against misusing links in syndication & large-scale article campaigns appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Lately we've seen an increase in spammy links contained in articles referred to as contributor posts, guest posts, partner posts, or syndicated posts. These articles are generally written by or in the name of one website, and published on a different one.
Google does not discourage these types of articles in the cases when they inform users, educate another site’s audience or bring awareness to your cause or company. However, what does violate Google's guidelines on link schemes is when the main intent is to build links in a large-scale way back to the author’s site. Below are factors that, when taken to an extreme, can indicate when an article is in violation of these guidelines:
  • Stuffing keyword-rich links to your site in your articles
  • Having the articles published across many different sites; alternatively, having a large number of articles on a few large, different sites
  • Using or hiring article writers that aren’t knowledgeable about the topics they’re writing on
  • Using the same or similar content across these articles; alternatively, duplicating the full content of articles found on your own site (in which case use of rel=”canonical”, in addition to rel=”nofollow”, is advised)

When Google detects that a website is publishing articles that contain spammy links, this may change Google's perception of the quality of the site and could affect its ranking. Sites accepting and publishing such articles should carefully vet them, asking questions like: Do I know this person? Does this person’s message fit with my site’s audience? Does the article contain useful content? If there are links of questionable intent in the article, has the author used rel=”nofollow” on them?

For websites creating articles made for links, Google takes action on this behavior because it’s bad for the Web as a whole. When link building comes first, the quality of the articles can suffer and create a bad experience for users. Also, webmasters generally prefer not to receive aggressive or repeated "Post my article!" requests, and we encourage such cases to be reported to our spam report form. And lastly, if a link is a form of endorsement, and you’re the one creating most of the endorsements for your own site, is this putting forth the best impression of your site? Our best advice in relation to link building is to focus on improving your site’s content and everything--including links--will follow (no pun intended).
Posted by the Google Webspam Team
Which search channel is better: paid or organic? Columnist Andy Taylor argues that there is no simple answer to this question, despite what some practitioners may want to believe. The post How to compare paid search and organic search without sounding foolish appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Looking for ways to gain an advantage in paid search? Columnist Kevin Lee has some ideas to increase Quality Score metrics and surpass your competitors. The post New Quality Score metrics: What matters most, and how to improve your ads appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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The PPC world is rife with stories of quick wins, hacks and tricks that lead to big gains in paid search performance -- but columnist Jacob Baadsgaard notes that the best results with AdWords accounts are often the result of many smaller wins over time. The post Micro-wins: The true secret to...

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Google is beefing up offline analytics with more store visitation and sales data. The post Google expands offline attribution and launches in-store sales measurement appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Today’s consumers research products on the go, using their smartphones to find and choose at which nearby business to make a purchase or eat a meal. Most visit the store they select on the same day. Yet most marketers can’t – or don’t – optimize their digital presence or measure the impact of their...

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Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. The post SearchCap: AdWords dashboards, new Google hotel reviews & featured snippets report appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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It's official, Google is rolling out the more graphical user interface for hotel reviews. The post Google confirms it’s rolling out new reviews format for hotels appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Earlier this month, we wrapped up the West Coast edition of MarTech. The conference kicked off with the Stackies, an awards ceremony celebrating exceptional illustrations of marketing technology stacks from companies like Microsoft, Cisco and many more. I also unveiled the 2017 edition of...

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Create visual dashboards that can be emailed on a regular basis from AdWords Report Editor. The post Spotted: AdWords reporting dashboards that can be scheduled & shared appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Columnist David Freeman believes that integrating paid and organic search into a single holistic search strategy can increase efficiency and help marketers make smarter, more data-driven decisions. The post Crafting a successful holistic search approach appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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Study shows nearly 30% of the Google results have featured snippets. The post New study on featured snippets within Google reveals growth & optimization techniques appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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As e-commerce continues to grow, retail marketers will need to invest in digital marketing. Columnist Christi Olson makes the case that search can strengthen your online retail strategy at every stage of the buyer journey. The post The consumer decision journey in the increasingly complex search...

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Advertisers will be able to create landing page tests down to the keyword level and deploy consumer surveys to remarketing lists. The post AdWords gets Google Optimize & Google Surveys 360 integrations appeared first on Search Engine Land.

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