Daily Search Forum Recap: February 6, 2013

Feb 6, 2013 • 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's Link Report Drops All Home Page Links?
    Yesterday we reported that Google's link report dropped the number of links being reported across virtually all sites. Some have seen 70% drop in link counts as reported in Google Webmaster Tools. A new Google Webmaster Help thread may have some more insight on what happened...
  • Matt Cutts Explained Referer Spam
    Referer spam is kind of old school but because of that, many SEOs don't fully understand what it is. Referer spam is basically making repeated requests to a specific web page with the goal of showing up often in the referer logs and analytics...
  • Google AdSense Testing Scrollable Ads With Arrows Again?
    Back in 2007 Google started experimenting with the ability for users to scroll through AdSense ads by clicking on little arrows embedded in the ads. Then in mid-2008 Google officially launched the navigational AdSense ads...
  • Google's Mary Leakey Logo For The Archeologist's 100th Birthday
    Today on Google worldwide is a special logo for the renowned archaeologist and anthropologist, Mary Leakey...
  • How Googler's Drink Vodka...
    Amanda Rosenberg, a Googler who is a Product Marketing Manager of Project Glass, showed a picture of a juice box like container that actually contains Vodka. It is called Scandic Pop Vodka and comes

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