Daily Search Forum Recap: June 26, 2012

Jun 26, 2012 • 4:00 pm | comments (1) 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 Panda 3.8 Live: June 25th & Refresh Only
    Google has officially confirmed on Twitter that they pushed out a refresh of the Panda update. This one would be labelled version 3.8. It was only a refresh, meaning, Google did not make any algorithm signal updates. All they did was rerun the Panda algorithm to run through the index and release or capture sites that deserve, according to them, to be hit by the Panda algorithm.
  • Link Removal Companies: We're In A New World
    With all the concern over unnatural link notifications, the Penguin update, disavowing links and lawsuits over linking, SEOs and webmasters are eager to remove all bad links as far back as they can...
  • The Susan & Maile Google Webmaster Hangout Today
    Susan Moskwa & Maile Ohye and some of the more well known Googlers who are great out webmaster outreach - they go to many of the US based SEO/SEM events...
  • YouTube Video Stuck At 301 Views? Here Is Why.
    I had no idea, but there is this phenomenon with YouTube videos and the number 301. No, not a 301 redirect but 301 views. On popular videos...
  • Android Kids
    Googler, Louis Gray, posted a picture of his children wearing their Android sweat shirts. How cute. Three little Android kids playing by the tree.

Other Great Search Forum Threads:

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Comments:

Amolg

06/26/2012 08:38 pm

A "massive attack" wasn't negative SEO (largely fiction), but just a coincidence - it was pointed out by at least two people that what this person did was self-inflicted. The "unnatural links" was also self-inflicted. Checking his link profile he has some links that look like paid ones without nofollow.

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