This week, we focus our reading on :
- Google finds a way to restrict the use of chrome advertising blockers
- Google and its crusade against ad blockers
- Google is adding favicons to all search results
- Google goes on the hunt for inappropriate favicons in the new mobile SERP
- Google reviews the "How To" schema to improve search results
- Canva calls its users to change their password after a security breach
Original title : "Google to restrict modern ad blocking Chrome extensions to enterprise users" – 9to5Google
Informations : English, Google, 29/05/2019
The Google Manifest V3 project announced last January will see the light of day. This project aims to limit the operation of ad blockers (including uBlock Origin or Ghostery) to prevent them from blocking ads before they are uploaded. An announcement that raises user dissatisfaction even if it is aimed primarily at business users.
Original title : "Google Chrome envisage toujours de tuer les bloqueurs de publicités" – Arobasenet
Information : French, Google, 30/05/2019
After several years of discussion, Google made the decision to implement its Manifest V3 project to slow down the work of advertising blockers on Chrome. But we can be reassured, this project is mainly for professional users of chrome who will have the opportunity to create their own extension.
Original title: "Google is Adding Favicons to All Search Results" – Search Engine Journal
Information : English, Google, 22/05/2019
Google has just refreshed the search results by improving their design: now, the page presents the favicon and the URL of the site above its name. This change should accelerate the browsing of Internet users in the lists of search results on their mobile!
Original title : "Google lutte contre l'abus de favicons dans les SERP mobiles" – Blog du modérateur
Information : French, SEO, 29/05/2019
Google has launched its new SERP (* Search Engine Results Page) incorporating favicons next to the URL and users have already abused ... Ostentatious signs, inappropriate icons or non-representative of the page, Google goes hunting and replace them with favicons by default.
Original title : "A guide to implementing Google's "How-to" schema" – Search Engine Watch
Information : English, SEO, 30/05/2019
Have you ever searched for "How to do something" on Google? Now, Google has improved the search by offering tutorials first result. Pretty practical don't you think?
Original title : "Canva urges users to change passwords following data breach affecting up to 139 million users" - Marketing Land
Information : English, Security, 28/05/2019
After WhatsApp, it's Canva's turn to deal with hackers who have endangered user data. If you have an account on the graphic site, you may be one of 139 users who have been assigned ... Go quickly change your password!
Aaaah Google ... Always at the heart of the news with pleasant novelties but also some stuff a little less cheering sometimes ... But it allows you to be up to date on the news of the week :-)
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