Google Search: State of the Union (Google I/O'19)



Learn about the latest Google Search features and how to take advantage of the new APIs and capabilities to help optimize your content (text, images, and video) to be discovered on the Search results pages.

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Speaker(s): John Mueller, Martin Splitt

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26 thoughts on “Google Search: State of the Union (Google I/O'19)”

  1. Great presentation, thank you. However, keeps saying "if you don't want the page to end up in the index use robots.txt" BUT we all know that pages get "indexed, although blocked by robots.txt" ….

  2. 21:52 He is saying that make great sites with HIGH-QUALITY images. But to get high ranking, they say that compress your images, resize them properly, so the browser doesn't have to work on them. And the speed of the site will be boosted, and SPEED is a RANKING FACTOR. How even it is possible to make the compressed image great again? :/ Are you kidding us?

  3. When Google brings out the info for the large image structured data. Could you give some proper examples! Martin and John in your talk see at: 26:19 – this is actually not helpful to the real world. For example most blog pages being marked up would have the main type of 'article' and so my point is you guys need to create some code examples that are not just a single image. No one in the real world has a web page with a single large image! In a real world many people would have an article and the primary image is a large image. Please create proper code examples when writing the doc's – thanks.

  4. When Google brings out the info for the large image structured data. Could you give some proper examples! Martin and John in your talk (see here: https://youtu.be/ufcijo46LCU?t=1589) – this is actually not helpful to the real world. For example most blog pages being marked up would have the main @type of 'article' and so my point is you guys need to create some code examples that are not just a single image. No one in the real world has a web page with a single large image! In a real world many people would have an article and the primary image is a large image. Please create proper code examples when writing the doc's – thanks.

  5. You have upgraded the Google Search console, but many of the features of the OLD search console are not available, so basically you have DOWNGRADED the search console. On top of that I'm having a bunch of problems with the new one.

  6. My get affected by manual on the content. I have updated all the content and also publishing multiple contents on the regular basis. I have submitted the request on 24th April but still waiting for the reply from Webmaster team. In how many days you are replying for such action?

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