July 2014 Google Webmaster Report

Jul 3, 2014 • 8:48 am | comments (4) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

Google Webmaster ReportI thought the June report was massive, well, the past month at Google was even more active. We had the Spam algorithm revised to version 3.0, we had Google slap Poland link networks, Google revised their reconsideration requests, dropped images from authorship, we had not one but two unconfirmed google updates.

We also saw Google revamp the local offerings under Google My Business and a ton of detail around implementing the Right To Be Forgotten including Webmaster Tools notifications. So yea, it was a busy month.

Here are quick links to what I pulled out as the most important changes in the month:

Google Spam Algorithm 3.0:

Google Slaps Poland: Google Reconsideration Requests: Google Authorship Changes: Possible Google Updates: Google Maps/Local Update: Google Right To Be Forgotten: Google Misc Webmaster/SEO:

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Comments:

NewWorldDisorder

07/03/2014 10:41 pm

Google's search results look like a corporate rolodex. They should just put the stock symbols next to each listing, but the duplicate stock symbols for domain crowding might be a bit over the top.

vectorpsdfree

07/04/2014 06:44 am

hmm! Understanding google in 2014 is a bit hard!

seosanjayupadhyay

07/04/2014 12:26 pm

Yes agreed with @vectorpsdfree:disqus

Lori Anderson

07/08/2014 12:42 pm

Can you explain what is the effect of this

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