I took this video from my home office desk. I thought I would change it a little. This week SEOs are starting to prepare for the next big core update – it can come out any day now. Google has a new way to report false positives about security issues with your website in Google Search. Google has added support for structured data for home activities like online yoga classes and more. The Google Search Console Improvement Report for Record-Structured Data now shows warnings for the Creator property. The Google Search Console is again showing signs of reporting on some selected snippets. According to Bing, you should include your main pages in your XML sitemaps. Google said links from Wikipedia won't help you with search engine optimization. According to Google, it probably won't hurt you to change the most recently modified information on your page too often. According to Google, WebP's bandwidth-saving advantage over other formats isn't that great unless you're a website with strong images. Google's next SEO myth busting video is out. This video shows Glenn Gabe during migrations on site. Gary Illyes from Google talked about the 2004 sandbox theory, super interesting. Google has a new video carousel format for TikTok videos. Google usually updates its search documentation reactively. Google's John Mueller asked if people blindly trust him, the results are interesting. Google Ads is testing a product image rotation feature in the shopping carousel. Google AdSense introduces new reports. Yet 15% of all queries Google sees are new. Oh, and if you'd like to sponsor these vlogs, go to patreon.com/barryschwartz. That was the search news this week at the Search Engine Roundtable.
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