Daily Search Forum Recap: March 7, 2012

Mar 7, 2012 • 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:

  • Panda Notifications Being Sent Via Google Webmasters Tools
    We know Google has seriously ramped up webmaster communication, so when I saw a Google Webmaster Help thread where someone received a notification about their pages being "low-quality...
  • Google Search Asks You To Thank Your Google+ Friends
    Google+ is fairly unusual and it just got a bit more unusual today. If you search Google, you might see Google suggesting that you thank your friends for +1ing the search result in Google+...
  • Is There Making Sense To The Google Algorithm?
    The administrator at WebmasterWorld, aka Tedster, posted his thoughts on how he breaks down the Google algorithm in a WebmasterWorld thread...
  • Weird Google Titles: PC World = Mothercare
    A Google Webmaster Help thread reports an interesting possible glitch by Google on how they match the title in the search results for PC World UK to the title tag of that page. PC World is about computers but the title in the Google search results matches on Mothercare for some reason...
  • Google Offers Free Hosts Advice On Being Penalty Free
    Fili Wiese from Google's Ad Traffic Quality Team & Kaspar Szymanski from Google's Search Quality Team posted a joint article on the Google Webmaster Blog named Keeping your free hosting service valuable for searchers...
  • Android Noogler
    These Android toys are all over the place, but here is one dressed up as a Noogler. A Noogler is a new Googler, required to wear these caps with propellers on them. The picture was taken by Ashique M

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