Daily Search Forum Recap: October 4, 2012

Oct 4, 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:

  • 20th Google Panda Algorithm Update: Fairly Major
    Yesterday we broke the news that there was an other update that overlapped the EMD update that we had on friday targeting exact match domains. I wasn't sure what that update was, so I emailed our friends at Google and Matt Cutts responded that it was a Panda update that began to roll out on Thursday and has been continuing to roll out even today and will likely finish rolling out through the weekend. This is not a basic data refresh to the Panda algorithm, it is an update to the algorithm itself. Meaning...
  • One Week Later: Nudity Still In Google's Search Results
    Over a week ago, a searcher complained in the Google Web Search Help forums that when you search for [juvo] in Google, the images that show in the web results have an image that is of three women who are completely nude...
  • SEOs Discuss The Next Generation Of SEO
    Tedster started a thread at WebmasterWorld to kick off a nice and future thinking discussion around the future of SEO practices and techniques. He named the thread, next generation SEO...
  • Google's Internationalization SEO FAQ
    Did you know Google has an official FAQ, frequently asked questions, document just on the internationalization of your site...
  • Sassi BoB On Why Search Data Should Be Public
    This morning, +Karol Dziedzic notified me that I have "really sexy e-fans." It turns out, +Sassi BoB from AuthorityLabs made a video on a story I wrote at Search Engine Land named Wikipedia Releases Search Data To Public But Pulls It After Privacy Concerns...
  • Peter Gabriel Playing At The GooglePlex
    I spotted this picture on Flickr taken by Jared Kelly of Peter Gabriel, the famous singer while he was visiting Google at their Mountain View headquarters. He seems to be having a fun time, don't you

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