Google's forums generally complain that search results are not fully rendered when a search is performed. This seems to be happening for some mobile researchers. Google has confirmed that the company was working on a fix.
Google's confirmation. Google posted on Twitter at 3:30 pm (ET): "We are aware that for some people, our search results page may not be fully rendered. We are actively working to fix this bug. "
We are aware that for some people, our search results page may not be fully returned. We are actively working to resolve this bug.
– Google SearchLicense (@searchliaison) July 24, 2019
What is the bug like? Here is one of the many screenshots of the Google forums containing complaints about this problem.
Why we should care. If users can not see the search results, even if they only represent a small percentage of Google's, this may cause a drop in traffic to your website, which can lead to fewer leads and sales and lower revenue for your business. Of course, Google wants the search results to be displayed, so it quickly solves the problem.
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Barry Schwartz is the Editor-in-Chief of Search Engine Land and is the owner of RustyBrick, an online consulting company based At New York. He also directs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular research blog on SEM topics.