Daily Search Forum Recap: April 11, 2013

Apr 11, 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 Lists 5 Most Common Canonical Mistakes
    Earlier this week, Allan Scott of Google posted a blog post on the Google Webmaster Blog named 5 common mistakes with rel=canonical. This is really a must read for any developer, webmaster or site owner with a larger site...
  • Google Scholar Removes Search By Discipline
    A Google Web Search Help thread has complaints from the academia market that Google Scholar has removed a useful feature under the advanced search area. You can now no longer search or filter by discipline when using Google Scholar. I should point out...
  • Google: You Don't Want To Dig Yourself Out Of A Hole
    In yesterday's Matt Cutts Google Webmaster video he answered the question Can I buy a domain that used to have spam on it and still rank...
  • Google Analytics Adds More Row Data
    This is a pretty small change but a welcomed one for many webmasters, internet marketers and SEOs. Google Analytics has quietly added or expanded the results per row option from 500 to up to 5,000 rows on a page...
  • Google Maps Bug Won't Hide Your Address
    A Google Business Help thread has complaints that when you select not to show your business address in your Google Maps listing, it still shows it...
  • Louis Gray Android Figurine
    Louis Gray, Googler and well-known blogger, was gifted with a custom Android figurine for his 36th birthday last week. The Android figurine is designed in the Oakland Athletics design with his name a

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