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1st
MAR

Google PPC “AD” Label Of Green Outlined Replacing By Solid Green Colour

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The new label for search text ads is now rolling out globally.

Over the past few weeks, users have spotted a new ad label on Google search ads. Instead of a solid green background, the new label has a green outline and white background.

Sightings have increased rapidly over the past several days, and Search Engine Land has received confirmation from Google that the new look is now rolling out globally.

“We routinely test potential improvements to the look and feel of our search results page. After experimenting with a new search ad label with a green outline, we’ve decided to roll it out. The new ad label is more legible and continues to make our results page easier to read for our users with clear indication of our ad labeling,“ a Google spokesperson told Search Engine Land on Wednesday.

Google has a long history of testing new labeling for ads in the search results. The solid green label lived a relatively short life, however. It rolled out globally in June of 2016. At the time, Google said the switch from a bright yellow background to green was intended to streamline the number of colors on the page, particularly for mobile. Google had also stressed that its testing indicated the color change had no bearing on consumers’ ability to distinguish ads from organic listings on the page. Similar testing this time around is said to have shown the same result.

The new green-outlined version was first reported on January 24 in the UK and has been steadily showing in more countries since that time. The transition will likely take several days to complete, so don’t be surprised if you are still seeing the green background label.

Source: Searchengineland

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28th
FEB

Google’s Response On An Unexpected Signed Out Of Google Account

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Have you been unexpectedly signed out of your Google account recently? You’re not the only one. In fact, there have been so many reports of unexpected sign-outs that Google has issued a public response to assure users their accounts have not been compromised.

The issue with unexpected sign-outs reportedly began on Thursday night and carried through to Friday, affecting the many Google services which require users to be logged in.

Google’s response is as follows:

”During routine maintenance, a number of users were signed-out from their Google accounts. This may have resulted in you being signed out of your account or seeing a notification about “A change in your Google account” or “Account Action Required”.

We hear your concerns that this appeared to potentially be phishing or another type of security issue. We can assure you that the security of your account was never in danger as a result of this issue.”

This issue has also affected some Google Wifi and OnHub devices, causing them to be reverted to factory settings. The only way to fix that issue is to set them up again, says Google.

”Today we experienced an issue with our Google Accounts engine that may have affected your Google Wifi or OnHub device. This caused some devices to automatically reset to the initial state you bought them in. Unfortunately, these devices need to be set up again. We’d like to share our sincerest apologies for the inconvenience.”

Google also confirmed on Twitter that account safety was not affected by this issue, and the company encourages everyone to try signing in again.

Source: Searchenginejournal

Peter Zmijewski is the founder and CEO at KeywordSpy.His expert knowledge on Internet Marketing practices and techniques has earned him the title “Internet Marketing Guru“ He is also an innovator, investor and entrepreneur widely recognized by the top players in the industry.

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