Daily Search Forum Recap: June 17, 2013

Jun 17, 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:

  • Search Spammers Admit Defeat After Spam Algorithm But Vow To Return
    Last Wednesday Google released the spam algorithm to target very spammy niches and "illegal" link building and spamming techniques. Did it work...
  • Black Hats Mock Google's Matt Cutts With Payday Loan Hack
    As you probably remember, Google launched a new spam algorithm to target spammy queries such as payday loans. It had a serious impact on spammers from what I see, which I will cover right after this story...
  • Google Glass Cruise Fitting For San Francisco Pick Ups
    Chas Stewart posted in the Google+ Glass Explorers Community that his pick up invite in San Francisco triggered an unusual notification from Google. It seems that those picking up Google Glass for a fitting in San Francisco in the upcoming weeks will do so on a boat...
  • Link Count Continues To Drop On Google Webmaster Tools
    Last Wednesday we reported complaints in the forums of webmasters noticing their links are dropping within Google Webmaster Tools. In short, the links shown in Google Webmaster Tools today versus two weeks ago was a fraction of the number. Well...
  • Updated Google Knowledge Graph Carousel
    The Google Knowledge Graph carousel, which launched about 10 months ago, is now showing up more and has a slightly updated style. Reported by Gabs at Threadwatch and in WebmasterWorld, amongst other blogs and tweets...
  • Happy Father's Day 2013 From Google, Bing But Not Yahoo
    Happy Father's Day everyone! This would be the fourth year I am being honored with such a day myself. ;-) That being said, I wanted to wish all our Father's a very special day today.
  • Penguin Candies From @suzukik
    Kenichi Suzuki (@suzukik) gave me these Penguin candies while at SMX Advanced last week. Kenichi Suzuki is one of Japan's top SEO bloggers, oh and he is also a really nice guy. Anyway, I guess in Toky

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