Daily Search Forum Recap: November 18, 2013

Nov 18, 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:

  • Was There A Google Update On November 15th?
    Some of the automated tracking tools for detecting shifts in Google's search results and thus showing evidence of a Google update went haywire on Thursday, November 15th. Mozcast reported 102 degrees...
  • Google & Bing To Block Child Pornography Terms & More
    The news this morning is that Google and Microsoft are working together to with the UK's National Crime Agency and the Internet Watch Foundation to block and prevent child pornography images and other abusive images from their search engines...
  • Google's Future Based On Interface Tests?
    Last week, Dr. Pete at Moz posted Future SERP: A Glimpse at Google 2014. What he did was look at a bunch of the more recent Google interface tests, many we have been covering
  • Publishers Slow To Try Google AdSense Experiments
    Earlier this month, Google launched AdSense Experiments, an automated and seamless way to test variations in ads so that you can see what types of ads earn you more money.
  • The Google House?
    What is going on with Google? Google barges, floating show rooms, renting out spaces throughout various cities and now "The Google House"?
  • GoTo.com & Overture Cupcakes
    Before there was Google AdWords there was GoTo.com and Overture. Yahoo acquired the company in 2003 and ultimately sold it out and trashed it in place of using Microsoft's Bing Ads. That being said,

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