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31 Aug 2016

Google Android Now Allows For Apps Search For Personal Content

Google Android Now Allows For Apps Search For Personal Content

Late yesterday, Google announced “in app” search for App Indexing on Android. It allows developers to integrate their apps to let Google index locally personal content within the app, to be surfaced on search on Android devices, no wifi needed.
Google explained it that “content from your app can then appear for relevant queries in the Google app on Android in the new “In Apps” tab, or as an autocomplete suggestion.” Here is a GIF showing it in action:

 

Read More at Source From:> https://www.seroundtable.com/google-android-in-apps-search-22619.html

31 Aug 2016

Google Search Live Coverage Carousel Pilot Is This The Real Time Index

Google Search Live Coverage Carousel Pilot Is This The Real Time Index

Aaron Bradley spotted and posted on Google+ that Google has opened up a pilot for the search live coverage carousel. Google said this can be used to “surface content more quickly than is currently possible with a standard crawl on your website” and is designed to be in a carousel form to work show “live sports, elections, and breaking news.”

I believe, but I can be wrong, this is related to the real time indexing API that Google announced at I/O. The same man at Google that is the man behind Google AMP, Richard Gingras, announced the real time indexing API.

This live coverage carousel requires AMP to work. Here are the core requirements:

  • Content must be published using Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP): By publishing your content with AMP, you’ll enable your pages to be loaded nearly instantly to users’ devices. Read about how to Use AMP HTML in the AMP public developer docs.
  • Your AMP pages must include structured data markup for the content itself: Structured data markup enables the preview for your live coverage article on the Search page and also helps Google better understand the context around a piece of content. Find out more in the Introduction to Structured Data.
  • Content must be pushed to Google using an Atom XML feed: When you send your content to Google, you should use an an HTTP POST request in an Atom XML feed that contains your AMP page content as soon as it is published on the web. This allows Google to more quickly index your content.

Source – www.seroundtable.com/google-search-live-coverage-carousel-22622.html