Google: We Can Still Rank A Page After Matching Content Is Removed

This article was originally published on Search Engine Roundtable Let’s say your company name is Google and then after 17 years you decide to change your name to Alphabet – just a theoretical name change. So you remove Google from all your home page and change it to Alphabet. Did you know that the home page can still rank for the word [Google] even if you removed that from your page?


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Google Local Suggest An Edit Placement Moved On Mobile

Fri Nov 27 , 2020
Google has moved the feature to “suggest an edit” from in the main mobile list view of a local listing to in the three vertical dots bar. So it is a bit harder to find now but it now takes up less space in the local panel.