Rich Element: Feeling Curious

A new Rich Element being tested by Google that (if they go ahead and roll this out) will be big in the Brand SERP world. Thanks to Brian Freiesleben for pointing this out and providing a video demonstration. Feeling Curious provides more information around the topic or entity. So it will be present for Brand […]

Give a Service Review on Google SERP

Google is testing the option to give a review for a company directly on the SERP. It seems that, when I visit an online store and Google believes it is likely I made a purchase, then the next time I search for that brand, I am offered the option to leave a review right on […]

Articles Carousel on Brand SERP is Almost Real Time

Finding ways to control your Brand SERP in real time (or near-to real time) is tough. Twitter boxes have been the go-to candidate for years. But Google is introducing more and more. YouTube channel boxes recently appeared (see here). The of course news carousels (but you have a distinct lack of control there). For personal […]

Dormant Twitter Boxes

I can now spot Twitter results that trigger into Twitter Boxes by the spacing between the results… I’m calling them dormant Twitter Boxes or Sleeping Twitter Boxes. When the Twitter profile ranks on a Brand SERP, and the spacing between it an the result below and above is larger than the normal spacing between results, […]

YouTube Carousels

Here is a lovely new Rich Elemen (SERP Feature) Google is testing in the US. A carousel of videos from a YouTube channel. This is in addition to the usual video carousels, and the two can appear together as shown here. It is the YouTube equivalent of Twitter boxes – recent activity from the brand’s […]