– This week, I covered how there likely was a Google search algorithm update on April 17th. Google released their web spam report for 2016 sharing some interesting numbers. I released a poll asking if you were hit by the Google Fred update and many many have taken the poll. Google said the mobile first index may impact the overall Google link graph. Moz says HTTPS is now in 50% of the Google results. Google said you can use the info command to find your canonical URL. 90% of SEOs achieve success within a year. Google is testing a suggested clip video answer feature that jumps to the right spot in the video. Google tests a new design for tags in the snippets. Chrome may get an ad blocker. Google My Business adds the ability to download your insights in bulk. Google Home can now handle multiple users and detect voices. That was this week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

Was There A Google Algorithm Update On April 17th & 18th? :
Google More Than Doubles The Manual Actions Penalties In 2016 :
Poll: You Or Your Clients Hit By The Google Fred Algorithm? :
Google Mobile-First Index Will Have Some Affect On Link Graph :
Mozcast: 50% Of Google Search Results Are HTTPS :
Google: Use Info Command To Find Canonical URL :
90% Of SEOs Achieve Ranking Success Within A Year :
Google Tests Suggested Clip Videos In Search Results :
Google Tries New Design For Tags In Search Snippets :
WSJ: Google Chrome To Add Ad Blocker By Default :
Google My Business Adds Bulk Download Insights Analytics :
Google Home Now Can Detect & Respond To Different Voices :