SearchCap: Google search app, PPC titles & AdWords DSAs

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Author: Barry Schwartz

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Daily Search Forum Recap: March 28, 2017

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • New: Google Rich Results For Podcasts
    Google has quietly added new rich results markup for podcasts in the developer center. Aaron Bradley seemed to have first spotted this and posted it on Google+ saying that “a new data type has appeared in the Google reference library of structured data types: podcasts…
  • Google May Add Voice Search Filters To Search Console Analytics
    With Google Home, Google Assistant and more people using voice search on Google, webmasters want to know what voice search queries Google is using to show their site, potentially as a featured snippet or more…
  • Google: No Links To A URL? Then We Won’t Find It.
    Google’s John Mueller posted a reply on Twitter saying that if there are no links to a specific URL, then Google won’t find the URL. Of course, the exception here is the fetch and submit feature and Sitemap feature…
  • This Webmaster Wants His Google PageRank Score
    I spotted a thread at the Google Webmaster Help forums that made me laugh, and since you guys are mostly SEOs…
  • Google: Separate Out Data In Search Console For www/non-www/http/https?
    So last year, Google gave us a way to combine data into sets within Google Search Console. So if you have verified a www, non-www, https, non-https, apps, etc – you can combine them all into a single set and get aggregate data for all of them in one Google Search Console profile…
  • Google 10 Year Working Anniversary Certificate & Award
    Here is a photo from Jack Fermon, a fun Googler to follow, who just celebrated his tenth year working anniversary at Google. He shared a photo of the certificate Google gave him for the special milest

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SEO session highlights:

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  • Mobile-First For The Advanced SEO

  • Inside Intel – The Art & Science Of SEO At A Global Scale

  • Attaining Position Zero: Featured Snippets For Advanced SEOs

SMX Advanced kicks off for SEOs with Google taking on all questions, covering the most-discussed SEO issues including Fred, how to optimize for the voice search revolution and much more. The keynote will leave plenty of time for open Q&A as well!

SEM session highlights:

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  • Taking Audience Targeting To The Next Level

  • Advanced Testing: What 4,000 A/B Tests Can Teach You

  • How Google’s Vertical Ad Products Are Changing The Game

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