Search Console is being upgraded by Google thus giving users the ability to download complete sets of data from reports. Previously, the Search Console only allowed users to download specific table views. In addition to exporting more and better data, Search Console reports will be easier to read once they’re downloaded. This change is being made in response to requests from Search Console users and is available to take advantage of immediately.
They discuss a recent patent Bill came across that might have a hint or two as to how Google might classify and potentially rank EAT elements. Google filed the Patent in August 2018, and is called “Website Representation Vector to Generate Search Results and Classify Website.” As the title indicates, this Patent may be related to the classification of websites that require Expertise, Authority, and Trust (EAT).
We are also joined by Bill Slawski and David Harry on today’s episode of Webcology. Bill is the Editor of SEO by the Sea, a prominent search engine optimization blog, where he is the author of over 1,200 posts. David Harry is a senior SEO consultant with Verve Developments and the founder of the SEO Training Dojo.
Webcology takes a deeper look at the ecosystem of the Internet as it affects webmasters and web marketers from the points of view of two well-known web marketers, Jim Hedger and Dave Davies. Based on interviews with special high-profile guests or panels, Webcology introduces, explores and explains how the various segments of the web marketing world work.