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By vivian on October 2, 2020
Hey SEO peeps, it’s Friday again and that means it’s time for another weekly roundup of SEO news.
To get a quick glance of what’s happening this week:
Read on to get the gist of the news.
Bing recently published a post showcasing some of the next waves of improvement around their deep learning and artificial intelligence techniques that will help improve Bing Search.
The improvements are highlighted in this tweet:
According to Bing, these improvements are made possible by Microsoft Ruring models.
If you are looking to get organic traffic from Bing, you can read through the details here at Bing AI Scale innovations
We know that many uses of anchor text on links around the web do not describe where it is linking to.
One example being those “click here” links we see almost everywhere.
In the latest Google Webmaster episode, John Mueller address this when Mihai Aperghis asked the question,
“Can Google get context for what is around the link?”
The quick answer to this is that context and content around the link can be secondary, but can be helpful when a strong piece of context from the anchor link, the primary aspect is missing.
To see John Mueller’s full explanation to this, you can check out the Google Webmaster video here at the timestamp 16:35.
Google is spotted testing its search display again.
This time the experiment include showing the people also search for query expander feature directly in the Google search bar.
Yes, this works even in the auto-complete search suggestions drop down bar. Here is a screen shot of this from Kasey Moore.
How do you find it? Personally, I’m not a big fan.
And that’s it for this week SEO news, we hope you enjoyed it and stay tune next week Friday.
Updated: 27 October 2020
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