07 Jun '18, 12pm

Google: Sometimes We Pick Up Wrong Dates & Display Them Wrong In The Snippets

Sometimes we pick up dates wrong. So that's something where I know that dates team is looking into cases like this, so I can pass this on.But in general, we try to figure out what what the date is that's relevant to the page and try to show that. And it's more a matter of just showing it in the snippets, than any kind of SEO trick. I suspect we're seeing some other date somewhere else in the article. So maybe like we're accidentally picking up a comment date or something like that. I wouldn't assume that this is some kind of SEO trick that they're trying to do because it wouldn't really change anything from our side with regards to ranking anyway. It's just really just a snippet that we show there. So that's something there if you run across things like this, you're welcome to submit feedback on the bottom of the search results. There's like a feedback link to let us know ...

Full article: https://www.seroundtable.com/google-wrong-dates-25864.html

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