Earlier this month we reported that Google Lens is coming to Google Image search. Well, it is now here for some of us. Go to mobile, search for almost anything, click on an image and you will see this lens icon under the image. Click on it and it will analyze the image, let you click on or circle parts of the image and Google will zoom into it.
Over the past few days the SEO communities and forums have been in a somewhat state of stress watching their rankings and analytics fluctuate up and down. It is like Google is tweaking things in real time and the search results are very unstable.
Googles John Mueller said they do not have a directive to tell Google part of this page or content on this page moved to a new location. So if you split up a pages content into two different pages, you will need to wait for Google to figure it out.
Security has been one of Chrome’s core principles since the beginning—we’re constantly working to keep you safe as you browse the web. Nearly two years ago, we announced that Chrome would eventually mark all sites that are not encrypted with HTTPS as “not secure”.