Google has updated its search quality raters guidelines today, this is an update from the October 2021 update. You can obtain the full 167-page PDF raters guidelines over here. This version has refreshed language in the new overview section, a refined YMYL section, with more on low-quality content, YMYL, E-A-T, and more.
What is new. Google posted these bullet points on what is new on the last page of this PDF.
Why we care. Although search quality evaluators’ ratings do not directly impact rankings (as Google clarified in the document), they do provide feedback that helps Google Boost its algorithms. It is important to spend some time looking at what Google changed in this updated version of the document and compare that to last year’s version of the document to see if we can learn more about Google’s intent on what websites and web pages Google prefers to rank. Google made those additions, edits, and deletions for a reason.
You can obtain the 167-page PDF raters guidelines over here.
Dig deeper. Lily Ray has more details in Google search quality rater guidelines update: What has changed.
New on Search Engine Land
Google has updated its Google Search Quality Raters Guidelines PDF just a bit over 9 months since the last update. The document keeps getting smaller, from 175 pages in 2020 to 172 pages in 2021 and now to 167 pages in 2022.
Here is what Google documented it changed:
Here are the previous versions, compared to the live version:
Here is the updated change log of this file from Google (click to enlarge):
I did not do a comparison in detail Lily Ray posted a more detailed comparison on Search Engine Land.
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Asia In Brief Microsoft has ordered a review of its resilience regime for Microsoft 365 after finding an outage to the service in India was caused by "a physical fiber networking event" at a partner's edge datacenter location.
The outage took place on July 15. In a preliminary incident report [PDF] Microsoft explained that the problem arose because cloud services use "an Edge computing architecture with localized Data Centers (Edge sites)."
"By design, a user's connection will be routed by their Internet Service Provider (ISP) to their local Edge site, where it is then is passed to high speed fiber data center links (pathways) into the Microsoft network," the report reads. Within Microsoft's network, user connection requests are then distributed amongst processing components governed by the services and features to which the user is attempting to connect.
"Microsoft has multiple Edge sites in Chennai (South India), managed by different local ISP third-party partners," the document adds. The site involved in this incident is managed by a local ISP third-party partner. When that partner experienced "a physical fiber networking event on the devices which manage the connection pathways from their Chennai Edge site to Microsoft's Data Centers," things went pear-shaped.
Or, as Microsoft put it: "This resulted in this specific Chennai Edge site becoming isolated from the wider Microsoft network, and caused impact to any user request which had been routed to this specific ISP's Chennai Edge site, as the request could not be passed into the wider Microsoft network."
Microsoft has given itself three jobs after the incident:
The incident report was made available to Microsoft 365 subscribers.
- Simon Sharwood
Amazon, Alibaba, risk ban in Indonesia after missing filing deadline
A deadline issued by the Indonesia's Ministry of Communication and Informatics that requires internet companies to file details of their security and privacy arrangements has passed, and Amazon and Alibaba appear to have missed it.
The deadline to register for for Private Scope Electronic System Operators (PSE) status ended last week on July 21, 2022. Entities that don't secure PSE registration face penalties that can include bans on local operations.
"For PSEs that have not registered until the final deadline, the Ministry of Communication and Informatics will monitor the traffic of each digital platform from the largest level in Indonesia," said the Ministry, adding that the sites with the biggest traffic would be the first to be reprimanded.
"The [first] stage is a written reprimand (warning), then there are fines and the last one is a temporary termination of access," said Ministry director general, Semuel Abrijani Pangerapan. He added that cutoff companies could regain access after compliance.
As Indonesia's deadline for registration approached, netizens noticed that the register of PSE holders omitted several global web giants and speculated Indonesia could be forced to block a chunk of the internet.
At the time of writing, Google and YouTube were not listed as having registered, but The Register understands the ad and video giant has filed its paperwork.
But over the weekend Pangerapan said Amazon and Alibaba had not registered, extended the deadline to do so for a few days, and warned that Indonesia will not hesitate to exercise its powers.
South Korea tweaks uni standards to grow semiconductor workforce
South Korea will designate twenty universities as specializing in semiconductor research and ease university admission requirements to find 150,000 new folks trained to work in the chip industry over the next decade, according to education minister Park Soon-ae.
Qualifications for professors will also be lowered. The Ministry predicted this action will expand student places for chip-related higher education by 5,7000 places per year. Total talent under this plan would rise from 177,000 to around 304,000 by 2032.
The increased talent pool coincides with an aim for South Korea to increase the amount of homegrown semiconductor materials, components and equipment from 30 percent to 50 percent by 2030.
The Ministry said the government and private sector together would invest $230 million in small business as well as mergers and acquisitions of chip design firms beginning next year. Additional financial investments are being made into power development feasibility studies, and automotive and AI chips.
AWS SaaS Portal comes to APAC
Amazon Web Services has brought its WorkSpaces Web portal to four regions in the Asia Pacific.
WorkSpaces Web provides browser-based access to internal web sites and SaaS services, and handles authentication to multiple sites without requiring users to log on to each.
The service went live in the Asia Pacific (Mumbai), Asia Pacific (Singapore), Asia Pacific (Sydney), and Asia Pacific (Tokyo) regions last week.
The four additions mean WorkSpaces Web now operates in seven AWS regions, making it one of the few services that has a larger footprint in APAC than the rest of the Amazonian realm.
- Simon Sharwood
India reveals bulk content bans
India's minister of information and broadcasting, Anurag Thakur, last week announced his Ministry has required blocks of 94 YouTube channels, 19 social media accounts and 747 URLs. The minister said the blocks were needed to curb the spread of fake news and anti-India propaganda.
- Simon Sharwood
Thailand deployed Pegasus spyware
Cybersecurity watchdog Citizen Lab last week reported the NSO Group's Pegasus spyware was used widely against Thai pro-democracy protestors and activists between October 2020 and November 2021. Speaking in parliament last Tuesday, a Thai minister admitted to use of the surveillance software, but said it was used in a limited format and only for national security or drug matters.
The official, Chaiwut Thanakamanusorn, who serves as minister of digital economy and society, did not name Pegasus, but instead referred to spyware that infiltrates mobile phones. His Ministry has previously denied using the tool.
By Friday, the minister backtracked and said his comments were only general observations.
"I said I knew of the system that is used on security and drug (suppression) but I did not say that it existed in the Thai government," Chiawat reportedly said.
A declaration on NSO's website states: "We would like to emphasize that NSO sells its technologies solely to law enforcement and intelligence agencies of vetted governments for the sole purpose of saving lives through preventing crime and terror acts. NSO does not operate the system and has no visibility to the data." ®
This story is part of, CNET's collection of practical advice for getting the most out of your home, inside and out.
High gas prices.. Plummeting consumer confidence. In , it can be empowering to find steps to save some money, even if just a small way. That's where the federal government's Lifeline program may help.
Lifeline began in 1985 to help low-income families afford phone service. It provides a monthly benefit of $9.25 to help offset those costs. Eligible individuals and families on tribal lands may receive up to $34.25. While Lifeline still covers traditional landline and wireless plans, the program was broadened in 2016 to include.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we've learned how important it is to be connected at home. Whether it's, tending our health via or simply trying to stay sane by binge-watching content on -- having a reliable broadband connection is fundamental to our daily routines.
A discount on your home internet service can help you stay tethered to job prospects, schooling opportunities, family services and emergency care. The Lifeline program is available to consumers across the country, but eligibility is limited to low-income families and individuals. Let us walk you through what you need to know to determine if you qualify. If you do, you may find that the Lifeline discount also opens the door to additional savings -- more on that below.
While Lifeline is available across the US, not everyone is eligible to receive the benefit. Its goal is to assist low-income households and individuals to stay connected to school, work, play, utilities, health care and other social services. To participate in Lifeline, at least one household member must fit the program requirements.
If anyone in your home currently participates in government assistance plans -- including Federal Public Housing Assistance, Medicaid, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, Supplemental Security Income, Tribal-specific programs (Bureau of Indian Affairs General Assistance, Tribally-Administered Temporary Assistance for Needy Families, Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations, and Head Start) and Veterans Pension and Survivors Benefit Programs -- you should be eligible to receive the Lifeline discount.
Even if you do not participate in any of the above programs, you might also be eligible for Lifeline based on your income. Your household will qualify if your income is less than or equal to 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines. Here's what that looks like:
|No. of people in the household||135% of the poverty guideline (48 states and Wash., DC)||135% of the poverty guideline (Alaska)||135% of the poverty guideline (Hawaii)|
Once you get over eight people, add $6,372 to the last amount listed for each additional individual. Also, the numbers are slightly higher for folks living in Alaska and Hawaii, as you can see above. In Alaska, you should add $7,965 to the final amount listed for each individual beyond eight. Consumers living in Hawaii should add $7,331 for each individual beyond eight.
Whether you decide to sign up online or complete your application process by mail, you'll need to gather several documents to help you verify your eligibility. In almost all cases, you'll need statements dated within the past 12 months. Acceptable documentation includes (but isn't limited to):
Keep these documents and make copies to send. The complete list of acceptable documents is available online via the Lifeline Support Center.
For the most part, to apply for Lifeline broadband benefits, you can apply online through the Lifeline National Verifier, an application system set up by the Federal Communications Commission and run by the Universal Service Administrative Company. You can go to the site, enter your name, address and identifying information and begin the process of qualifying for benefits. The two exceptions are Oregon and Texas. Applicants from those two regions must go through their states' specific application process.
If you prefer, you can also choose to apply by mail. You will need to print out an application (a PDF is available on the USAC site), complete it and send copies (make sure you keep all your original paperwork -- send duplicates only) of all required documents to USAC, Lifeline Support Center, PO Box 7081, London, KY 40742. You can also request that an application be mailed to you. To do so, either email LifelineSupport@usac.org or call Lifeline at 800-234-9473.
Once you start your application for Lifeline, you have 45 days to complete the process. Additionally, once you qualify for Lifeline, you'll have 90 days to either sign up for service with an internet company or apply your Lifeline benefit to your current broadband provider.
You've just been accepted for Lifeline and now get the $9.25 benefit on your internet service. Great! Even better? Enrollment in Lifeline means you're also eligible for the, an FCC initiative that started in 2022. It provides a $30 discount on your internet bill (and up to $75 for households on Tribal lands). As a participant of Lifeline, you can contact your internet service provider directly to enroll in the ACP. It simplifies the process and saves you the time of having to go through the full ACP application.
Related to Lifeline and ACP, thehave committed to offering plans with a minimum of 100 megabits-per-second obtain speeds for $30 or less. The Biden administration also announced the launch of a new website, www.getinternet.gov, that will help users determine their ACP and Lifeline eligibility and guide them to available resources.
The list of 20 participating ISPs:
This is not a complete list of all providers that have opted into the ACP. To determine if an area ISP is participating in the ACP, please check out the FCC's state-by-state ACP participants list.
There is only one Lifeline benefit permitted per household. If you choose to use the discount on your home internet, you cannot get an additional discount on phone service. You must choose one or the other.
Also, eligible people must recertify their eligibility yearly to continue receiving the Lifeline discount. Failure to do so will result in the subscriber getting disqualified for further assistance until eligibility has been re-established.
If you have questions regarding the Lifeline program, you can email LifelineSupport@usac.org or call the Lifeline Support Center at 800-234-9473.
No. Lifeline has been around since 1985. It first started as a means to get affordable phone service to low-income families. Home internet service began to be included when the scope of the program was expanded in 2016. The coronavirus pandemic helped bring the program to greater light, but it was in existence well before that time.
While Lifeline is available in all 50 states across the country, it is aimed toward helping low-income families and individuals. Therefore, not everyone will be able to sign up. In order to qualify for Lifeline, you must meet the eligibility requirements, which range from participation in specific government assistance programs to a household income less than or equal to 135% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines.
On the contrary, participation in Lifeline may help you skip a step when you aim to enroll in the Affordable Connectivity Program. Rather than having to go through the full ACP application process, your Lifeline registration will allow you to go straight to your internet service provider to sign up.
Google is celebrating Steelpan on 26th July 2022 in the form of a Google Doodle. This doodle is illustrated by Trinidad and Tobago-based artist Nicholas Huggins. Read more to find out.
Celebrating Steelpan: Today is 26th July 2022 and Google is celebrating Steelpan with a doodle to commemorate the day in which the Steelpan was introduced to the world. This doodle is illustrated by Trinidad and Tobago-based artist Nicholas Huggins. What is Google Doodle and why is Google celebrating Steelpan today? Read more to find out.
Google Doodle is a temporary but special alteration of the Google logo on the Google homepage to celebrate or commemorate the achievements, holidays, events, and historical figures around the world.
The duration of a Google Doodle is 24 hours.
Steelpan is a percussion instrument made of 55-gallon steel cargo drums introduced to the world in 1951 by the Trinidad All-Steel Pan Percussion Orchestra (TASPO).
It has origins dating back to the 1700s and was featured regularly in Canboulay, the annual harvest festival of Trinidad. It is also the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago.
The percussionists produce music from the Steelpan by striking the different-sized dents present on the surface of the drum with mallets.
Google is celebrating the Steelpan with a doodle today, and the reason behind the celebration is that Google is commemorating the day on which the Steelpan was introduced to the world as a percussion instrument by the TASPO while performing at the Festival of Britain on 26th July 1951.
It is considered a major musical instrument of the 20th Century.
Steelpan roots can be traced back to the 1700s when enslaved Africans were brought to Trinidad by the colonialists. The slaves carried the African tradition of rhythmic drumming along with them.
When slavery was abolished between 1834-1838, the inhabitants of Trinidad and Tobago started celebrating their festivities with drums.
However, in 1877, the government banned drumming because they believed it could inspire rebellion by sending radical messages.
In protest of this ban, the musicians started to pound bamboo tubes on the ground to mimic the sound of drums that they played. They were known as Tamboo Bamboo Bands.
Things were normal until 1930 when another ban was announced as rival Tamboo Bamboo Bands clashed with each other during the carnivals.
During this ban period, the musicians started experimenting with different kinds of objects such as car parts, pots, tin cans. Overtime dents were created on the surface of these objects, which produced different notes depending upon their shape, position and size.
After the end of World War 2 in 1948, the musicians began experimenting on the 55-gallon oil drums discarded by the oil refineries. It laid the foundation of the modern steelpan instrument.
The pioneers of the steelpan instrument are Winston “Spree” Simon, Ellie Mannette, Anthony Williams and Bertie Marshall. The techniques and innovations developed by them are in use to date.
It became the national instrument of Trinidad and Tobago in 1992. It is played in major concert halls like Kennedy Center, Royal Albert Hall and Carnegie Hall.
Combine a well-rounded graduate program with an in-demand concentration when you earn the Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Business Analytics at Southern New Hampshire University.
"In today’s world, data is everywhere, including in management-style decisions," said Amelia Manni, MS, an adjunct faculty member and a subject-matter expert at SNHU. "This concentration allows those seeking their MBA to get a leg up and begin to understand how data works and best practices for implementing it into their decision-making."
This focused graduate degree program can prepare you for the application of tools and techniques of data analytics. And with these analytical skills, you can become a more valuable asset to your current – and future – employers.
"This program concentration offers learners a practical approach to business analytics," said Dr. Jessica Rogers, associate dean at SNHU. "Each course has been developed with a strong focus on the needs and demands of business today."
This program also has the potential to save you both time and money: By attending full time, you can complete the degree in about 12 months, and the 30-credit program costs less than $19K total.
Learn how to:
These days, data analytics is necessary for business. All business.
"In a world of degrees that focus solely on the technical or business side, organizations are finding themselves with a gap," said Amelia Manni, MS, an adjunct faculty member and a subject-matter expert at Southern New Hampshire University. "One side cannot talk to the other in an efficient way. That is where someone with this business analytics concentration comes in. They have all the knowledge and skills around great management and business acumen as well as how to incorporate data and information into their decision-making. That is a game-changer – and a good skill to have."
The future for management analysts looks excellent. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), the field is projected to grow 14% through 2030 – faster than the average for all jobs.1 That means almost 100,000 openings are projected each year, on average, over the next decade.
Plus, May 2020 data shows that the median salary for management analysts is $87,660, which is more than double the median salary for all workers.1 The highest 10% of analysts earned a median salary of $156,840.1
As a management analyst, you could have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings. In 20201, they worked in:
"An analyst can work across industries in positions such as business intelligence analyst, market analyst, operations research analyst, sports analyst, healthcare analyst and more," said Monique Jordan, senior associate dean of business at SNHU.
Many management analysts work as consultants. The BLS projects that the demand will continue to grow, as organizations work to become more efficient. In fact, the increase could be strong in smaller consulting companies that specialize in specific industries or types of business function.1
In 2021, Southern New Hampshire University introduced a completely revised curriculum for its 30-credit online MBA program. Just months later, it rolled out the business analytics concentration. That's a huge benefit for students, since it means you get to take part in one of the most innovative MBA programs on the market today.
"In each step of the curriculum building, we thought about what is needed in the workforce today and what gaps there are that this concentration could help fill," said Amelia Manni, MS, an adjunct faculty member and a subject-matter expert at Southern New Hampshire University. "We thought about the technical skills that students could face when they are on the job as well as how they can get that hands-on experience. ... This concentration really took what the industry is lacking – data-driven business professionals – and created a program to educate that next generation of data thinkers."
Manni was just one of a number of academics who helped create an MBA in Business Analytics program at SNHU.
"Our instructional designers and subject-matter experts worked together to create a top-notch learning experience that guides learners toward creating real-world artifacts and addressing real business problems," said Dr. Jessica Rogers, an associate dean at SNHU.
Building off the 7-course core that's required of all online MBA students – no matter the concentration – business analytics students will take 3 more courses that round out the curriculum.
Within the courses are scenario-based assignments, which provide immersive, real-world opportunities that align with industry standards and business environment trends.
An added benefit of SNHU's MBA in Business Analytics program is the opportunity for credentialing.
Like the "AICPA Data Analytics Certificate program, which is available through this program," said Thomas A. Woolman, MBA, MS, MS, an adjunct faculty member and subject-matter expert at Southern New Hampshire University. "This offering is of great benefit to accounting and finance professionals of any size organization, from any industry interested in learning and applying data analysis techniques to help their organization make informed, data-driven business decisions."
You'll have the option to earn other certificates, as well.
"There are certifications along the way that students will earn that are a great way to boost their resume," Manni said.
Knowledgeable instructors can help you along the way, since they're well versed in what's happening with analytics today.
"Adjunct faculty teaching in the concentration are hand-picked for their experience in the field," Rogers said. "Our faculty bring a wealth of experience to share with our learners as well as have a passion to mentor."
Dr. D. Brian Letort, an adjunct faculty member and subject-matter expert at SNHU, agreed.
"Instructors who teach in this field are often skilled in analytics, but have been applying it to business opportunities for many years," he said.
Overall, the program at SNHU was well thought out – by data professionals, for future analytics specialists.
"This program and concentration sets a student up to learn skills with each class and implement them at work, if they are currently already in a role that they can use them, or create an arsenal of skills they can build their resume up with and get the job they are looking for to take that next step in their career," Manni said. "This program is designed for the student who wants to have that background in business and management but also be hands on and understand what it takes to get to those data-driven decisions."
Don't have a business background? No problem. Our MBA is accessible to everyone. Interested students must have a conferred undergraduate degree for acceptance, but it can be in any field. Those without an undergraduate degree in business or a related field may be asked to complete up to 2 foundation courses to get started. These foundations cover essential business skill sets and can be used to satisfy elective requirements for the general-track MBA. With foundations, the maximum length of your online MBA would be 36 credits.
Attend full time or part time. Students in the MBA have the option to enroll full time (at 2 classes per term) or part time (with 1 class per term). Full-time students should be able to complete the program in about 1 year, while part-time students could finish in about 2 years. SNHU students are busy, often juggling jobs, family and other obligations, so you may want to work with your academic advisor to identify the course plan that works for you. The good news is, you can switch from full time to part time and back again as often as you want.
Tuition rates for SNHU's online degree programs are among the lowest in the nation. We offer a 25% tuition discount for U.S. service members, both full and part time, and the spouses of those on active duty.
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$150 Graduation Fee, Course Materials ($ varies by course)