Posts filtered by tags: Google-News[x]


Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Bugs, Navigation Removal, AMP Updates, OMG I Don�t Know & More

This week, we covered the ongoing Google bugs, this time with Google News indexing, Search Console issues, and other issues with Google. Google also is unaware of a...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Search Buzz Video Round Recap, Google Google

Google Fixing Another Indexing Bug With Google News

Google said yesterday they are aware of an indexing bug impacting a limited number of publishers and they are working to fix it. It seems like the fix has been rolling out, although Google has yet to confirm this issue has been resolved yet.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization

Google: Google News indexing bug has been resolved

Resolved: Google has resolved the issue with Google News not indexing some publisher’s content. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Barry Schwartz

It’s Time To Break Free From the Algorithm-Driven Life

A recent story from Wired helpfully explains the latest batch of changes Facebook has made to its algorithm—the algorithm that sorts through the billions of available articles, photographs, and videos to determine the few we will actually see as we scroll our news feeds. This is just their latest attempt to head off the never-ending stream of content that is illegal, abusive, or otherwise inappropriate, and to deliver content that is safe, inoffensive, and within the bounds ...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Technology, Instagram, Youtube, Articles, Social Media, Blogging, New York Times, Google News, Apple News, Facebook Twitter, Facebook YouTube Twitter Apple News

Google is Experiencing Indexing Issues With Content in Google News by @MattGSouthern

Google has confirmed it's aware of indexing issues affecting content in Google News.The post Google is Experiencing Indexing Issues With Content in Google News by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Content Marketing, Google News

Google investigating a new indexing bug – this time with Google News

Oh no – another indexing related bug. But this one is limited to only a few Google News publishers. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Barry Schwartz

Apple News, Google News, Google Newsstand: What marketers need to know

What they are, how they work and how to optimize for Google News and Apple News. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: George Nguyen]
Tags: Seo, Google News, George Nguyen, Apple News Google News Google

How to Optimize Your Content for Google Discover (And Why It’s Important)

Last updated on April 11, 2019 at 06:19 pm As Google’s take on the social feed, Google Discover has been making quite a buzz since it was introduced in December 2018. The new addition to the Google family was born out of a revamping effort for its predecessor, the Google Feed. Discover is user-centric, a melting pot of interests, and it provides better access to relevant topics even without searching for it. And with Google Search Console (GSC) adding a report for site performance in the Disc...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Console, Gsc, Google Search Console GSC, SEO tips and tricks, Google Discover

Google's New Currents App Is Its Enterprise Replacement For Google+

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Verge: Now that Google+ is history, today, Google unveiled what will be offered to G Suite users in its place: Currents. The new app "enables people to have meaningful discussions and interactions across your organization, helping keep everyone in the know and giving leaders the opportunity to connect with their employees." The company says Currents has a new look and feel compared to Google+ -- it seems somewhat similar to my eyes -- and it's been st...
Tags: Google, Tech, Google News, Google Play Newsstand, Currents, G Suite

With consumer G+ dead, Currents hopes to make waves in the enterprise

Google today announced that Google+ in G Suite, the last remaining remnants of what was once Google’s attempt to rival Facebook and Twitter, will now be called Currents. We don’t need to belabor the fact that Google+ was a flop and that its death was probably long overdue. We’ve done that. Now it’s time to look ahead and talk about what’s next for Currents. To do that, I sat down with David Thacker, the VP of Product Management for G Suite, at Google’s Cloud Next conference. As Thacker tol...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Cloud, Facebook, Enterprise, Analytics, Google News, Thacker, David Thacker, Thomas Kurian, Google Cloud Next 2019, Google Currents

How To Get More Value Out of Google Search

Google provides us with enormous information, and it has allowed us to find the value we need quickly. If you think back several years ago, you’ll remember how search engines were so complicated and the results were even more. For example, you’d type in a search phrase and the engine would return low quality results. However, things have changed enormously and search engines now provide more value than ever before. The cool thing now is that search engines are able to provide bloggers valuable i...
Tags: Google, Blogging, Google News, The Net, Neil Patel, Google Alerts, Google News Google, Google Questions, Google News Many, Buzzumo

8 Content Distribution Ideas to Meet Your Brand’s Goals

Posted by AlliBerry3There’s a lot to consider when creating a content strategy in 2019. Not only is there more competition than ever online, but there are so many types of content and ways to reach your target audience. Do you start a blog? Do you podcast? Should you focus on research studies or whitepapers? How do you really know what to do? But before you do anything else, you need to define what goals you want to accomplish with your content.  I’ve written previously about the importance of h...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Yahoo, Seo, Survey Monkey, Google News, Ctr, Wendy, Kaplan, Google Bing, Ian Lurie, Motley Fool, AlliBerry3, Kaplan Financial Education, SEMRush Keyword Magic Tool, Kaplan Professional Education

Daily News Roundup: Facebook Wants Your Email Password (No, Seriously)

In other headlines, YouTube’s questionable video suggestion algorithm comes under heavy fire, Apple wins a seven-year battle for the “iPad” trademark, and Skrillex may save you from mosquitoes this summer. Let’s talk some news, shall we? Apple News: News+ is a Hit It looks like Apple News+ is on its way to success—it garnered more than 200,000 subscriptions in the first 48 hours. Apple also won a battle for the “iPad” trademark, Clips got a nice little update, and more. After seven years of ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Crafts, Verizon, Facebook, Youtube, Bloomberg, Ars Technica, Susan Wojcicki, John Legend, Google News, Skrillex, Apple News, Google Magazines, Oof Bloomberg

Your favorite android apps on a reading device

On an Android device you use frequently for reading (phone, tablet, e-ink Android), what are your favorite apps for content consumption (not limited to ebook readers)? And with each, maybe add a comment on why. Always interested to hear what favorite apps folks are using; that's how I found many of my current faves. Reader apps Kindle (the smoothest all around dedicated ebook reading experience) Google Play Books (a close second to Kindle) FB Reader (the app is 'close to open source', cross...
Tags: Firefox, Google, Books, Samsung, Android Devices, Google News, OCR, Libby, Eboox, Browsers Mozilla Firefox, Farlex

Here’s what happened at Radiodays Europe on day 1

Here’s what’s been happening at Radiodays Europe in Lausanne – where hundreds of radio professionals from around the world are sharing ideas and experiences. Radio industry keynote: Radio and audio – Where we are and where are we going The Head’s of SRG, EBU, Bauer, an investigative journalist into Russian disinformation and a the Brexicast News Editor opens Radiodays Europe! Greg James – Your listeners are everything “Why would I have funnier stori...
Tags: Google, Europe, Usa, UK, Top, America, Events, Bbc, Industry, Radio, Belgium, Npr, Google News, Chris Evans, Lausanne, BBC Radio

Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook is considering paying publishers to put their articles in a dedicated news tab (FB)

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with Axel Springer CEO Mathias Döpfner to discuss the role of Facebook and technology in the media industry. During the talk, Zuckerberg said he was considering creating a dedicated tab for news on Facebook that would feature "high-quality, trustworthy content." Zuckerberg said that such a news feature wouldn't be a ploy for revenue and that Facebook would potentially pay publishers to feature their content on the social platform. Facebook could soon ha...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, US, Trends, Eu, European Union, Google News, Axel Springer, Elizabeth Holmes, Zuckerberg, YouTube Facebook, Campbell Brown, Mathias Döpfner, Insider Inc, Huawei China, Döpfner

European parliament votes for controversial copyright reform (yes, again)

The European Parliament has voted to pass a controversial reform of online copyright rules that critics contend will result in big tech platforms pre-filtering user generated content uploads. The results of the final vote in the EU parliament were 348 in favor vs 274 against. An amendment that would have thrown out the most controversial component of the copyright reform — aka Article 13, which makes platforms liable for copyright infringements committed by their users — was rejected by just ...
Tags: Google, Europe, Hollywood, Germany, US, Tech, Eu, Spain, European Union, Commission, European Commission, Un, Silicon Valley, Council, Google News, Council of the European Union

Warrant Alleges ‘Gun Violence’ Counselor & Police Chaplain Fired Shot into Car

More questions are raised than answered in this strange case that begs for more details, and it appears the media is OK with that. U.S.A. – -( “A felony at large warrant has been issued for the arrest of a St. Louis pastor known for supporting families impacted by gun violence,” Fox 2 Now reported Friday. “Pastor Ronald M. Fraction, 63, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon and shooting into a motor vehicle, a Class E felony.” He’s not just a pastor, we learn, but “[h]e has ...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Police, Fox, Resistance, St. Louis, Google News, David Codrea, Gun Rights News, RKBA, Firearms News, St Louis Metropolitan Police Department, Only Ones, LEOSA, Ronald M Fraction, Homicide Ministers Community Alliance HMCA

Google Moving & Closing Support Forums

We saw it happen with a number of support forums already, including the Google News forums. But now it looks like all Google support forums are moving to the new platform. The interesting part is they are not migrating content from the old to the new platform, instead, they are making the old platform read only and opening up the new platform for new topics.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Other Google Topics, Google Moving amp

Europe Against the Net

I’ve spent a worrisome weekend reading three documents from Europe about regulating the net: The revived, revised, and worsened Articles   and   of the European Copyright Directive and Julia Reda’s devastating review of the impact.The   of the state of journalism and the net in the UK.The House of Commons Digital, Culture, Media, and Sport Committee Disinformation and ‘Fake News’ report. In all this, I see danger for the net and its freedoms posed by corporate protectionism and a risi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Publishing, UK, Internet, Australia, China, Uncategorized, Journalism, Eu, Spain, Turkey, Iran, Bbc

Get the scoop on Hollywood’s big night with help from Google

It’s awards season, and that means glitz, glam and gold statues. Google is making it easy to keep up with your favorite flicks and celebs no matter where you turn, with new ways to stay up on the buzz with Google Search, Google Images and Google News.  And as we await the announcements of Sunday’s winners, we took a look at the celebs and movies people have searched for—and the trailers they’ve watched on YouTube—to see who and what is capturing our attention, both on and off the screen. Red Car...
Tags: Google, Hollywood, Youtube, Search, Google News, Google Images, Google Search Google Images, AdamsRachel WeiszRegina KingMarina de Tavira

Google News Search Related Coverage Expandable Snippet Carousel

Here is a GIF of what I think is a new form of snippet feature in the Google News mobile search results. You can see how under the snippet, there is a link to expand to show "related coverage." When you click on it, it expands and shows more stories in a carousel interface.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine

Everything You Need to Know About the Google Algorithm Update 2019

Last month, it was announced that Google had rolled out a significant Algorithm update, which also happened to be its first update of 2019. The algorithm update had quite the impact on News websites and blogs that belonged to different niches. Some have even called this the “Newsgate Algorithm Update.”   On 16th January 2019, Google released a new document that provided advice and tips for news publishers to receive success through the rest of the year. The update rolled out during the ...
Tags: Google, News, Abc, Advertising, Seo, Google News, Google Algorithm, KTVU, Black Hat Forum, Google Algorithms, Accuranker, Google News Rewritten, Google News '' News, WBBJTV FOX, Google Grump Tool, Arjunan

Google Considering Pulling News Service From Europe

Google is considering pulling its Google News service from Europe as regulators work toward a controversial copyright law. From a report: The European Union's Copyright Directive will give publishers the right to demand money from Alphabet, Facebook and other web platforms when fragments of their articles show up in news search results, or are shared by users. The law was supposed to be finalized this week but was delayed by disagreement among member states. Google News might quit the continen...
Tags: Google, Europe, Africa, Tech, European Union, Middle East, Romania, Google News, European Council, Alphabet Facebook, Jennifer Bernal

Google Threatens Pulling News From EU as Disastrous Copyright Legislation Flounders

The European Union has spent the last year working on a controversial overhaul of its copyright laws and was scheduled to finalize the proposal on Monday. Lawmakers failed to come to an agreement and the legislation is stalled for the time being, but that hasn’t stopped Google from threatening to pull its News service…Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, Eu, European Union, Google News, Article 11, Article 13, Eu Copyright Directive

Google is Reportedly Considering Pulling Google News from Europe by @MattGSouthern

Google may pull its Google News service from Europe, according to a report from Bloomberg.The post Google is Reportedly Considering Pulling Google News from Europe by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, Europe, News, Seo, Bloomberg, Google News, International Search

We Have Met the Problem. Guess Who?

Here is chapter I contributed to the Hackademic 2018 book, Anti-Social Media?: The Impact on Journalism and Society. I’ve used various ideas in this in other posts recently. I’m leaving the British  spelling because it just might make me seem smarter.  In all the urgent debate about regulating, investigating, and even breaking up internet companies, we have lost sight of the problem we are trying to confront: not technology but instead human behaviour on it, the bad acts of some (small)...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, Publishing, Germany, Uncategorized, Eu, Spain, Society, Silicon Valley, Luther, BetaWorks, John Borthwick, Google News, New York University, Erasmus

Ask Slashdot: Why Are Scientists Constantly Surprised By What They Discover?

Slashdot reader dryriver asks about "the sheer number of times scientists consider something to be 'scientifically impossible', are badly disproven by some kind of new finding or discovery a few years later, and then express 'surprise' that 'X is indeed possible'." If you do a Google News search for the keywords "scientists were surprised" or similar, a huge number of science-related news articles contains a passage about "scientists being surprised" by what they discovered. There seems to be a...
Tags: Tech, Google News, Martin

A Rising Moral Panic

This is just what I fear: fear itself. See that exchange above. Nick Thompson, the very impressive editor-in-chief of Wired, touted a column by one of his writers who idly wondered whether the #10YearChallenge meme could be a conspiracy created by Facebook to get us chumps to provide it with photos and data to enable facial recognition over time. Just maybe. What if? Except that’s ridiculous, on its face. At its public I/O developers conference more than three years ago, Google de...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Europe, Publishing, Wtf, Germany, Uncategorized, US, Eu, Google News, NICK, Facebook Google, Dewar, Gutenberg, Keith Olbermann, Nick Thompson

Google shares tips for success in Google News search results

Get reacquainted with best practices for getting your content in Google News. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Barry Schwartz