Daily Search Forum Recap: January 14, 2014

Jan 14, 2014 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Forum Recap
 

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Google Update Still Brewing From Late Last Week
    On January 9th we reported on early chatter of a Google update, which has now grown to almost 200 comments. Early on, the chatter was slow but now, over the past couple days...
  • BullGuard Breaks Google's Search Results
    Last week, we reported on a large number of PC users complaining that the Google search results were simply not showing up. Google got to the bottom of it. Users using BullGuard, an internet security and antivirus application...
  • Bing Adds SSL Support But Promises To Keep SEO/SEM Community "Top Of Mind"
    First spotted via Hacker News, Bing now has enabled searchers to go to https://www.bing.com and search over Bing SSL search. I covered this at Search Engine Land where I said early tests show that when on SSL search...
  • Google Image Search Moves Usage Rights To Main Filters
    Matt Cutts of Google tweeted that Google added a special feature to image search based on Lawrence Lessig's request. The thing is, the feature has been available since 2009, Google just moved it up in a more prominent area...
  • Google Image Search Freezing With Anime Porn
    P Koester posted on Google+ that when you search for the term [freezing] in Google Image Search you are not shown ice or snow or cold people - instead you are shown Asian cartoon...
  • Google Buys Nest For Hardware Design
    Google announced yesterday that they acquired Nest for $3.2 billion (yes billion) in cash. You read that right...
  • Android Sugar Cubes
    Did you go to CES? If so, did you go to the Google party and spot these Android shaped and colored sugar cubes? Evan Rapport from Google did and snapped a picture. He said he "added the colors in po

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