Daily Search Forum Recap: December 18, 2013

Dec 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:

  • Google's Matt Cutts: Our Algorithms Try To Break Black Hat SEOs Spirits
    A couple weeks ago, Google's Matt Cutts was on This Week in Google (TWiG) and on episode 227 Matt had some interesting things to say. He said that Google specifically tries to break the spirits of black hat SEOs...
  • Google Glass Won't Replace Unit For Accidental Damage
    Deb Lentz, a Google Glass Explorer, slipped on some ice and her Google Glass unit fell off and landed on the pavement. When they landed, the Glass arm snapped off and broke. The shocking part is that when she called Google to replace them...
  • Google: We Don't Control Content On The Web
    I spotted a thread that is a common question in the Google Webmaster Help forums about removing content from showing up in Google. The response was even more interesting. Google's Eric Kuan...
  • Google Zeitgeist Live With Inspiring Video
    I like to look back at things, when I have time. Google has published their 2013 Zeitgeist at google.com/zeitgeist. It is obviously a nice way to look at all the keywords you may have missed out on. But obviously, you should not be targeting keywords just for traffic...
  • Google Glass XE12 Adds iOS, Wink & Breaks Many GDK Apps
    XE12 is out and with that comes support for the whole other side of the mobile world, iPhones. Google released the MyGlass App for iOS and quickly pulled it. Why...
  • Android Collectibles Boxes
    Louis Gray shared photos of his latest Android binge, where he picked up Android Series 4 collectibles. You can see the boxes of Android toys stacked up on his car's trunk. That is a lot of Android

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