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  • BERT is here: Google’s latest search algorithm can better understand natural language

    Featured image for BERT is here: Google’s latest search algorithm can better understand natural language WarriorForum.com | 1 year ago

    A new article on Marketing Land reports on the arrival of BERT, which is Google’s neural network-based technique for natural language processing (NLP) pre-training. BERT stands for Bidirectional Encoder Representations from Transformers. BERT is kind of a big deal. This is the biggest change to Google’s search engine system since RankBrain, which happened nearly five years ago. The company says BERT will impact about one in every ten queries and influence how results rank. BERT is already here, working quietly in the background. It started rolling out this week and will be going fully live soon. So far, the rollout ...

  • Google Refusing to Pay French Publishers Copyright Fees and will Limit Content in Search Results

    Featured image for Google Refusing to Pay French Publishers Copyright Fees and will Limit Content in Search Results WarriorForum.com | 1 year ago

    A new article on Search Engine Land reports that Google has announced French publishers will be required to give consent to Google before it will show more of their content. Back in 2018, following a drawn-out public debate, the European Parliament passed a controversial and comprehensive new Copyright Directive. This was partly intended to standardize EU copyright law and bring it into the modern day. However, it was also meant to raise licensing revenue for authors and publishers from internet giants like Google and Facebook. France was the country in the EU that became the first to enforce the new ...

  • Google Still Ranking Syndicated Content Over Original Publishers – Despite Recent Announcement

    Featured image for Google Still Ranking Syndicated Content Over Original Publishers – Despite Recent Announcement WarriorForum.com | 1 year ago

    This article from Search Engine Journal is really interesting, given Google’s recent talk about giving original journalism better rankings in search results. It appears that isn’t always happening and it’s difficult to figure out why that is. Google has made quite a big thing recently about its new algorithm update which is intended to rank original news content higher on SERPs. However, John Shehata from Condé Nast has caught Google still ranking syndicated content higher – the example he uses is Yahoo News. It’s kind of hard to work out why this is happening, but there are a few possibilities. ...

  • Google has Adjusted Search Rankings to Reward Original News Reporting

    Featured image for Google has Adjusted Search Rankings to Reward Original News Reporting WarriorForum.com | 1 year ago

    A new article on Search Engine Journal reports that Google is assigning more importance to the quality of news reporting contained in news stories when ranking results. The aim here seems to be putting original, informative, and accurate journalism under the noses of internet users. An article which is merely a re-churn of original content on a more prominently accepted news site won’t be ranked as highly as the source piece. That’s not all, because Google says it will endeavour to maintain the presence of original, high-quality articles for longer periods within search results – making them easier to find ...

  • Google Adding Key Moments for Videos Appearing in Search

    Featured image for Google Adding Key Moments for Videos Appearing in Search WarriorForum.com | 1 year ago

    Search Engine Land reports that Google have been testing out a new feature in search which highlights key moments in video timelines. Google just went live with the "in this video" timeline feature in search. The new function works on English YouTube videos. Search Engine Land says it spied Google testing the new feature, which the search engine giant is calling “key moments in videos,” this week. This is what you are going to see when you come across the new feature in search: Adding this function to the timeline of videos is going to make it a lot easier ...