Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: June 27, 2014

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itunes-subscribe-video.pngThis week in search, we cover two unconfirmed Google updates, one from the weekend and the other from Tuesday. Google decided to drop author images from the search results, we are upset. Google is pushing app indexing but will they drop that too? Google’s Panda algorithm forced PR Newswire to penalize spammy press releases. Google Panda and blocking CSS/JavaScript are unrelated, says Google. CNBC covered a site that got nailed by Panda, an old 72 year old lady. Is there a new version of the Google Sandbox out? Google’s right to be forgotten claims are now being removed from the search results. Google has updated they AdWords auction insights video with Hal Varian. Google My Business released an iOS and Android app. Google dropped the search query data from your local business dashboard. Google added rounded cornea to the AdWord arrow boxes. Bing describes how you can control your titles in the search snippets. Google is now offering domain name registration, for some. Google Glass got a hardware update for new customers and launched in the UK. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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