Daily Search Forum Recap: June 13, 2012

Jun 13, 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:

  • Cutts: Don't Bother Suing Us For Negative Search Results
    Matt Cutts, the lead of the search spam team, posted in a Hacker News thread that is probably doesn't make sense to sue Google over negative results...
  • Webmaster: We Beat Google Panda 3.6 In 35 Days
    Google Panda and even Penguin recoveries are not all that uncommon but I'd say most people hit, probably have not recovered. That being said, most still want to recover. Most SEOs say, to recover from Penguin...
  • 85% Of Inorganic Links Removed? Google: Submit A Reconsideration Request
    I found this short but yet enlightening discussion in the Google Webmaster Help forums about what percentage of inorganic links you need to remove to probably have your inorganic link penalty removed...
  • Google Webmaster Tools Faster Than Google Search?
    A WebmasterWorld thread has some SEOs and webmasters noticing that the data in Google Webmaster Tools is updated faster than what they see in Google's own search results...
  • Google+ Local Removes Stars & Stores Lose Business
    When Google pushed out the Google+ Local changes it brought to the front Zagat reviews, which replaced the Google star ratings in the Google Maps results. Prior, Google showed the average of the five star reviews in the search results...
  • Google Manhole
    Bradley Horowitz took a picture of the famous but yet mysterious Google manhole. Yea, Google has their own manholes, at least one. No one knows exactly where it leads to, okay, maybe some people do.

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