Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.
Criticized for listing a Holocaust-denial site first, Google’s results are finally changing — but probably due to external factors.
Google Search Console has upgraded the AMP error report to show which errors are causing your AMP content to not be indexed in Google.
A Melbourne appeals court said Google is not responsible for defamation of a man based on the images shown in the search results.
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Whether you’re planning to pursue links in 2017 or continue an existing link-building project, columnist Andrew Dennis reminds us that December is an ideal month to review your link campaign strategy.
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