Daily Search Forum Recap: October 5, 2011

Oct 5, 2011 • 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: More Tweaks Coming To Panda 2.5 Update
    Middle of last week, Google pushed out an update to Panda, the Panda 2.5 update. DaniWeb, one of the loudest and most vocal sites hit by Panda early on, which recovered, got hit by Panda 2.5. So she got vocal again and yesterday they recovered...
  • Hosted On A CDN? You May Get A Special GoogleBot Crawl Rate
    Gary Illyes from Google responded to a question in the Google Webmaster Help forums about hosting your content on a CDN, content delivery network. The question was why did Google assign a special crawl rate to his site...
  • My Location Detection Comes To Google Maps Desktop
    Google released a popular feature on Google Maps mobile, now for Google Maps desktop. The feature is to get driving locations from my current location. This does not work on all browsers, it requires Firefox V3.5+, Google Chrome, Opera 10.6+, Internet Explorer 9.0+...
  • Google Site Health Feature Not Feeling Well
    Late last week, Google released a new feature for Google Webmaster Tools named Site Health. Google is pushing the main issues of your sites right on the home page. The issue is, the site health tool is not perfect...
  • Amazon Elastic Load Balancing & SEO Considerations
    I, like many others in the web development industry, are huge fans of cloud services from Amazon...
  • Bing Ads At Seattle Seahawks
    @mattmcgee sent me a picture to use in the weekly Search in Pics column I do at Search Engine Land, many which are sourced from my daily stuff here. That being said, Matt was at a Seattle Seahawks and

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