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Much like old technology gets obsolete and deprecated, in time, innovative experiences also tend to become ordinary, and most likely fail to go beyond expectations.Google algorithms vs Google penalties, explained by an ex-Googler|Pedro Dias|December 23, 2020|Search Engine Land
In July, Google announced it would deprecate the Structured Data testing tool after it released the Rich Results Test tool out of beta.Google to move the Structured Data testing tool to schema.org|Barry Schwartz|December 15, 2020|Search Engine Land
So I don’t need to disarm them by being miserable or self-deprecating.
Also, Google decided to deprecate and later fully shutter their PageRank API endpoints.PageRank sculpting: How to get more from your links|Manick Bhan|October 26, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Ever since Google’s toolbar PageRank has been deprecated, marketers have no reliable ways to automatically tell a good link from a bad link.The data-driven approach to making backlink analysis decisions|Ann Smarty|May 27, 2020|Search Engine Watch
Ministers deprecated the motion as tending to embarrass the administration, and defeat the very end for which it was proposed.The History of England in Three Volumes, Vol.III.|E. Farr and E. H. Nolan
Much as starving is to be deprecated, the prejudicial effects of repletion are still greater.Domestic Animals|Richard L. Allen
Yet he did not lose his self-control; but deprecated this popular impulse and this show of dignity.
He knew it was addressed to Allen, and that it deprecated war, and that it was mocking.Wayside Courtships|Hamlin Garland
I remember that he deprecated revenge, although the score was heavy enough!The Reckoning|Robert W. Chambers