Daily Search Forum Recap: June 20, 2013

Jun 20, 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 Language Change: Content That Get's Used & Shared, Not Linked To.
    As I reported yesterday at Search Engine Land with Google Changes Ranking Advice, Says Build Quality Sites Not Links - Google made a change to their messaging on the ranking article help document. This was first spotted by @Baeumlisberger and it is an important change...
  • I Want To Delete My Discussion Forum: Should I 404 It?
    In December 2005, about 7.5 years ago, I started a forum on this site. Truth is, today, I barely spend time there. I make it incredibly hard to sign up...
  • Google's Matt Cutts Says DuckDuckGo Maybe Not So Private?
    Matt Cutts, Google's head of search spam, has a history of defending Google and pointing out misconceptions their competitor, DuckDuckGo, may insinuate on Hacker News. He did so when talking about DuckDuckGo & robots.txt directives and he did so when talking about filter bubbles...
  • Google Health Related Search Results, Can You Find Them?
    I am sure my readers will have a field day with this screen shot. Search for [treatment for ibs] and take a look at the search results. By default you will see 3 ads on the top...
  • Official Google AdSense Score Card
    Google announced a new feature within the AdSense console to help you compare your performance against other Google AdSense publishers, named the AdSense Score Card...
  • Google Pinwheels For Nooglers
    Nooglers, new Googlers, always get some type of welcoming gift on their first day. I believe back in the older days it was ballons, cakes, and of course the hat. But they may have "upgraded" and now

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