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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


How to Get Into Google News - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by PolemicToday we're tackling a question that many of us have asked over the years: how do you increase your chances of getting your content into Google News? We're delighted to welcome renowned SEO specialist Barry Adams to share the framework you need to have in place in order to have a chance of appearing in that much-coveted Google News carousel. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hi, everyone. I'm Barry ...
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Ap, Barry, Google News, Reuters, Speechpad, Google News Google, Barry Adams, Google News Google News, Polemic, Polemic Digital


Still Having Google News Indexing & Ranking Issues? Start A New Thread

So you know, Google has been working on addressing issues around Google News publishers with being seen in the Google News and web search results. It seems most of the issues are resolved but if you are still having issues, Google wants you to post those details in a new thread.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization


Experts say a counterintuitive management strategy used by top tech companies like Google and Facebook can yield major benefits

Many top tech companies allow employees to easily move between roles and teams (this practice is commonly called internal mobility). Experts say this strategy helps with talent retention because people are less likely to leave out of boredom. Gaining a variety of skills and experience can also benefit your career in the long run. One survey found only one-third of employees say their companies offer strong internal mobility programs. So you're bored at work. The obvious move here is to start ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, US, Trends, EK, Reid Hoffman, Fast Company, Daniel Ek, Google News, Hootsuite, Holmes, Blake, Dickinson, Ryan Holmes, Erica Keswin, New York University s Stern School of Business


Top tech companies like Google and Facebook let employees try out different jobs, and experts say that strategy can yield major benefits

Many top tech companies allow employees to easily move between roles and teams (this practice is commonly called internal mobility). Experts say this strategy helps with talent retention because people are less likely to leave out of boredom. Gaining a variety of skills and experience can also benefit your career in the long run. One survey found only one-third of employees say their companies offer strong internal mobility programs. So you're bored at work. The obvious move here is to start ...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Trends, Harvard, EK, Reid Hoffman, Fast Company, Daniel Ek, Google News, Hootsuite, Holmes, Blake, Dickinson, Ryan Holmes, Erica Keswin, New York University s Stern School of Business


Microsoft Hummingbird AI-powered news App for Android released

Microsoft has released Hummingbird, an AI-powered News app for Android which currently is only available in the USA.  The app offers login in through Microsoft or LinkedIn accounts, but you can go ahead by skipping. The main home screen offers various topics for you to chose from. However, unlike Google News, you can't pin down your choices to granular options like a specific sports team or player, or company, or celebrity. Instead, you get general categories like NBA, celebrities, road trips...
Tags: Apps, Usa, News, Microsoft, Blogging, Nba, Google News, Hummingbird


Google News Publishers Continue To Have Indexing/Ranking Issues

Since before October we have been covering issues uncovered by news publishers that their content is not being properly indexed and ranked in both Google News and Google web search. Well, after Google said they fixed it numerous times, there are still publishers who claim the issue is not resolved.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization


Google partners with media outlets to provide on-demand news audio

Getting news in the morning has long been my most used feature on Google Assistant. Asking Home “what’s in the news” brings up a quick flash briefing from a handful of selected outlets. It’s quick, it’s easy and it helps fill me in on the way out the door. Google’s long promised to improve on this feature, offering an on-demand take take on news radio. Over the past year or so, it’s been working with a handful of publishers — including The Associated Press, Hollywood Reporter, Universo Onlin...
Tags: Google, Apps, Tech, Google News, South China Morning Post, Google Assistant, Google Home, Google News Initiative


Collaborating on the future of audio news for the Assistant

For the past century, radio has been a one-size-fits-all medium. Turn on the radio and you’re dropped into a show at a moment in time—regardless of what you already know, where you are, or what you’re interested in. Imagine instead if you could have your own radio, one that’s available on-demand, accessible throughout your day, and brings you news about the world and your interests.Over the past year, we worked with publishers from around the world—including The Associated Press, Hollywood Repor...
Tags: Google, News, United States, Google News, South China Morning Post, KQED, McClatchy, Google Assistant, Google News Initiative


Proposed copyright rules: bad for small publishers, European consumers and online services

Copyright rules give news publishers rights over how their work is used. Europe is updating these rules for this digital age, and that’s a move Google supports. But the European Parliament’s version of a new copyright directive -specifically Article 11 and its recital 32- will have unintended consequences for smaller news publishers, limit innovation in journalism and reduce choice for European consumers. We urgently call on policymakers to fix this in the final text of the directive.Let us be c...
Tags: Google, Europe, Germany, Eu, European Union, Brussels, Google News, European Parliament, Google in Europe


Google To Split Google News User & Publisher Forums

Forever, Google had a single Google forum for both Google News consumers (i.e. searchers) and publishers (news publications) to share and post their complaints in. So you would have people complaining about the quality of the Google News results and at the same time publishers complaining that their site is not showing up.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Other Google Topics


Google News May Shut in Some Countries Over EU Plans To Charge Tax For Links (slashdot)

Google's top news executive has refused to rule out shutting down Google News in EU countries, as the search engine faces a battle with Brussels over plans to charge a "link tax" for using news stories. The Guardian reports: Richard Gingras, the search engine's vice-president of news, said while "it's not desirable to shut down services" the company was deeply concerned about the current proposals, which are designed to compensate struggling news publishers if snippets of their articles appear i...
Tags: Google, Europe, News, Eu, Spain, Brussels, Google News, Gingras, Richard Gingras, Msmash


Google News May Shut in Some Countries Over EU Plans To Charge Tax For Links

Google's top news executive has refused to rule out shutting down Google News in EU countries, as the search engine faces a battle with Brussels over plans to charge a "link tax" for using news stories. The Guardian reports: Richard Gingras, the search engine's vice-president of news, said while "it's not desirable to shut down services" the company was deeply concerned about the current proposals, which are designed to compensate struggling news publishers if snippets of their articles appear i...
Tags: Google, Europe, Tech, Eu, Spain, Brussels, Google News, Gingras, Richard Gingras


Google: We Fixed The Google News Indexing Bug Again & Again

For the past few weeks, Google has been having issues indexing or ranking Google News publishers content in Google web search and news search. Google's Lisa Wang has said numerous times they fixed the issue, only to have to come back in and discover more issues and say those issues are resolved. Is it fixed now?
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization, Lisa Wang


Google replaces its classic Search page with Discover on mobile devices

As part of its 20th anniversary, Google unveiled its plans to improve Search, starting with its Google Feed. Now known as Discover, the update brings along a redesign to help you find content that aligns with your interests. The post Google replaces its classic Search page with Discover on mobile devices appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Google, Mobile, News, Trends, Web, Google News, Android Army, Google Feed


Google is prepared to ruthlessly shut down its news service if it is stung by sweeping new European internet laws

Google's top news executive Richard Gingras told The Guardian that Google won't rule out shutting down Google News in EU countries if the European Parliament enforces a so-called "link tax." The "link tax" refers to Article 11, a piece of legislation backed by the European Parliament in September, which would require companies like Google to hold licences for linking to publishers. Gingras said that while it is "not desirable" to shut down services, Google is concerned by the legislation in it...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Europe, Trends, Eu, Spain, Tim Cook, The Guardian, Guardian, Susan Wojcicki, Google News, Financial Times, European Parliament, Gingras, Richard Gingras


Google News may shut over EU plans to charge tax for links

Search engine is lobbying hard to stop proposed tax, aimed at compensating news publishers Google’s top news executive has refused to rule out shutting down Google News in EU countries, as the search engine faces a battle with Brussels over plans to charge a “link tax” for using news stories.Richard Gingras, the search engine’s vice-president of news, said while “it’s not desirable to shut down services” the company was deeply concerned about the current proposals, which are designed to compensa...
Tags: Google, Europe, Technology, Media, Eu, European Union, UK News, World news, Brussels, Google News, Richard Gingras


Google News Publishers Complaining About Indexing Issues

In the past few days there has been an uptick in complaints from Google News publishers around Google not indexing their new news content. Gary Illyes from Google did a rare appearance on Twitter to say he passed along the feedback to the Google News team to investigate.
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization, Gary Illyes


SearchCap: Google News update coming, local features & Search Console stats

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Seo, Google News, Barry Schwartz


Google to make changes to Google News to help publishers ‘find their sites’

Google said it is making an update to Google News but it is unclear what this update fixes or changes exactly. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Barry Schwartz


Changes coming to Google News to help publishers ‘find their sites’

The company’s move comes after months of complaints from publishers, but Google wouldn’t say what exactly it was changing. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Barry Schwartz


Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Halloween Update, Google News Changes, JavaScript SEO, Bing Ads, Matt Cutts & More

This week we covered what appears to be a targeted Google update that happened on Halloween. Google investigated publisher complaints around Google News and said they will release an update in the upcoming weeks to address some of them...
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Search Buzz Video Round Recap, Matt Cutts


ATF Careerist Turned Giffords Spokesflack Proposes Evisceration of 2nd Amendment

If ATF retiree-turned-gungrabber flack David Chipman would mislead us on the types of guns he had access to, what else does he say that merits a closer look? (ATF Week in Photos 12 February 2016) USA – -(Ammoland.com)- “David Chipman, a retired Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) agent, on Monday said AR-15 rifles should be regulated like machine guns,” The Hill recounted Monday in an advocacy piece exploiting the Tree of Life synagogue murders, Sandy Hook, Las Vegas and ...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Las Vegas, Michael Bloomberg, Sandy Hook, Google News, Bureau, Mike, House Oversight And Government Reform Committee, Hill, Coatesville, DSM, ATF, House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, Shotspotter, Josh Sugarmann


Google To Investigate Google News Publishers Concerns Over Discovery

After months of complaints in the Google News Help forums from some Google News publishers saying their content is not being surfaced or discovered by their audience in Google News, Google said they are investigating. Lisa Wang from Google wrote the other day "We're aware of the concerns some publishers have raised about issues around finding their sites or particular articles in Google News. We're looking into the reports and will provide an update soon."
Tags: Google, Seo, Google News, Google Search Engine Optimization, Google News Help, Google News Google, Lisa Wang


Building Links with Great Content - Natural Syndication Networks

Posted by KristinTynskiThe debate is over and the results are clear: the best way to improve domain authority is to generate large numbers of earned links from high-authority publishers. Getting these links is not possible via:Link exchangesBuying linksPrivate Blog Networks, or PBNsComment linksPaid native content or sponsored postsAny other method you may have encounteredThere is no shortcut. The only way to earn these links is by creating content that is so interesting, relevant, and newswort...
Tags: Nbc, Washington Post, Russia, US, Seo, Fractl, Cnn, Gif, Atlantic, Npr, Msnbc, Google News, Cnbc, Eastern Europe, Forbes, Domain Authority


Fastcase CEO Explains Why He Acquired A Dormant Legal News Site

On the surface, the Fastcase acquisition of legal news site Law Street, reported here yesterday, may seem puzzling, given that the site has been dormant for more than a year. But Ed Walters, Fastcase CEO, says there were good reasons for the acquisition. Speaking by phone last night, Walters said that expanding into legal news is consistent with Fastcase’s ongoing mission to become as robust a legal research platform as LexisNexis and Westlaw. “We’re knocking the legs out from under the chair of...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Google News, LexisNexis, Wolters Kluwer, Alexa, Alm, Fastcase, Twitter Facebook, Walters, Westlaw, Bob Ambrogi, Loislaw, Steve Errick, Docket Alarm, California Lawyers Association


Report: Google News may be costing you a fortune

Many Google News users are reportedly complaining that the app is costing them hundreds by burning through huge amounts of data when open in the background.            [Author: Buzz60]
Tags: News, Google News, Buzz60


Fastcase CEO Explains Why He Acquired A Dormant Legal News Site

On the surface, the Fastcase acquisition of legal news site Law Street, reported here yesterday, may seem puzzling, given that the site has been dormant for more than a year. But Ed Walters, Fastcase CEO, says there were good reasons for the acquisition. Speaking by phone last night, Walters said that expanding into legal news is consistent with Fastcase’s ongoing mission to become as robust a legal research platform as LexisNexis and Westlaw. “We’re knocking the legs out from under the chair of...
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Google News, LexisNexis, Wolters Kluwer, Alexa, Alm, Fastcase, Twitter Facebook, Walters, Westlaw, Loislaw, Steve Errick, Docket Alarm, California Lawyers Association, Mealey


Google News App Bug Is Using Up Gigabytes of Background Data Without Users' Knowledge (slashdot)

A bug in the Google News app for Android is reportedly causing the app to use up excessive amounts of background data, leading to overage charges. "According to dozens of posts on the Google News Help Forum, users have been experiencing this issue as early as June," reports The Verge. "The issue was verified and addressed by a Google News community manager in September, stating that the company was investigating and working toward a fix, but the issue is still ongoing." From the report: Verge re...
Tags: News, Google News, Wi Fi, BeauHD, Google News Help Forum, Zach Dowdle


Google News App Bug Is Using Up Gigabytes of Background Data Without Users' Knowledge

A bug in the Google News app for Android is reportedly causing the app to use up excessive amounts of background data, leading to overage charges. "According to dozens of posts on the Google News Help Forum, users have been experiencing this issue as early as June," reports The Verge. "The issue was verified and addressed by a Google News community manager in September, stating that the company was investigating and working toward a fix, but the issue is still ongoing." From the report: Verge re...
Tags: Tech, Google News, Wi Fi, Google News Help Forum, Zach Dowdle