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Dr. Pete Meyers
So, after all the weekend craziness, we're seeing 0% In-depth Articles this morning. No sign of 3-packs that inflate page-1 counts to 12 (as we've seen for 1+ years now). Either this is a test, too, or they're fully blending those now.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 6 Mar 19
Replying to @dr_pete
Other possibility is that we're about to see some kind of new carousel.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 6 Mar 19
Replying to @dr_pete
No sign that In-depth content got blended back into organic-looking results. Prevalence of MSM sites like NYT is stable (maybe even dropped slightly).
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Ellen Cunningham 15 Mar 19
Replying to @dr_pete
Is there a way to know if Google considers something an in-depth article after they did away with that title in 2015? Had a piece of content that was ranking well, often had the featured snippet for broad term. It has fallen off the face of the earth.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 15 Mar 19
Replying to @NoNotThatEllen
Even when the visual call-out went away, there were some code markers, but not those appear to be gone (or they're blended into organic). I should note that "In-depth" was just a result type -- a single piece of content could rank as both regualr organic and in-depth.
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Barry Schwartz 7 Mar 19
so in-depth articles are gone?
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Tammy Wood 6 Mar 19
Replying to @dr_pete
My vote is new carousel, for what it's worth.
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Dr. Pete Meyers 6 Mar 19
Replying to @crazywoody
If they're going to keep In-depth Articles, I'd like to see that -- it's just more transparent all-around.
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