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English Google Webmaster Central office-hours hangout

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Join us for a Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout on Feb 24, 9am CET
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20170224T09&p1=268

Add your questions at https://plus.google.com/collection/8926cB . This session is open to anything webmaster related like crawling, indexing, mobile sites, internationalization, duplicate content, Sitemaps, Search Console, pagination, duplicate content, multi-lingual/multi-regional sites, etc.

This is a Hangout on YouTube Live. To join live, watch out for the link once the event starts, and use a webcam + headset. You can find out more about Hangouts and how to participate at https://sites.google.com/site/webmasterhelpforum/en/office-hours

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English Google Webmaster Central office-hours hangout

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Join us for a Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout on Friday, July 7, 9am CET
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20170707T09&p1=268

Add your questions at https://plus.google.com/collection/8926cB . This session is open to anything webmaster related like crawling, indexing, mobile sites, internationalization, duplicate content, Sitemaps, Search Console, pagination, duplicate content, multi-lingual/multi-regional sites, etc.

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English Google Webmaster Central office-hours hangout

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Join us for a Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout on Dec 27, 4pm CET
https://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/fixedtime.html?iso=20161227T16&p1=268

Add your questions at https://plus.google.com/collection/8926cB . This session is open to anything webmaster related like crawling, indexing, mobile sites, internationalization, duplicate content, Sitemaps, Search Console, pagination, duplicate content, multi-lingual/multi-regional sites, etc.

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English Google Webmaster Central office-hours hangout

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Join us for a Google Webmaster Central office hours hangout on March 10, 9am CET
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What is the best way to understand local search engine optimization?

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http://www.localsearchmachine.com/blog/what-is-the-best-way-to-understand-local-search-engine-optimization/ 347-679-0103

Understanding local search should really be about local knowledge and language. If indeed your question is ‘best way to understand’ rather than ‘best way to rank’. One of most hardest things to do is guess what Google will be doing in 1,3, 5 years time. Think back to what search results looked like 1,3 and 5 years ago and you’ll understand what I mean.

If you search for ‘pizza delivery’ (a very broad term but with local intent) you’ll get entirely different results depending on where you’re based. If you’d done the same 5 years what you would see would be wildly different. Map layouts, local listings, ads (of varying types), recommendations, pictures, rich snippets, reviews. All of these things have featured to a lesser or greater extent over the last 5 years.

No doubt over the next few months and years the results will change again, so staying on top of varying results layouts is difficult.
If you can ask yourself as a searcher what you’d like to see for a set of perfect results, and build a site erring towards that, you won’t go far wrong. Google will be trying to deliver those results.

Think about it this way: Google needs to come up with ten results, out of which at least one has to fit the query. It can never be sure what it thinks a query means is the same as what the person means, because computers are not intelligent – it can only compare words.
So, it will take several results that fit the query best and arrange them by proximity to the user – it will check whatever addresses it can see on the pages of the websites, will check the server’s IP, and whether it’s a hosting or standalone server, etc, and try to figure the user’s location either by GPS or IP.

If there are many results that fit and are close by, then most similar ones will be filtered out onto the second, third, etc. pages, and the first ten will be populated with results that are slightly different from each other.
It will also throw in a few results from categories similar to the query, in case that’s what was meant. Those will not necessarily be organized by proximity, and used more to refine future searches.

In all this the websites that the user visited before will have better positions.

Selecting ten results out of thousands inevitably has a good degree of randomness, so the results may differ a little with every search, mostly to try to learn (statistically speaking) about the query and preference of the users.

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