Daily Search Forum Recap: November 28, 2022

Nov 28, 2022 • 4:00 pm | Comments (0) by twitter mastodon

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today...

Vlog #199: Jeremy Meindl On Churn and Burn SEO & No Linking Back-Linking

Nov 28, 2022 • 8:01 am | Comments (0) by twitter mastodon

In part one, we learned about Jeremy Meindl, why he loves pushing the line in SEO and how he never was caught with any of his SEO spam efforts. In part two we talk more about that, specifically...

Google Local Reviews Bar Representing Positive Vs. Unfavorable Mentions

Nov 28, 2022 • 7:41 am | Comments (0) by twitter mastodon

Google lets you dive into some of the reviews on a business listing, so if you say show me the reviews of the bar in a hotel, Google will let you do that. Now, when you do that, Google will add a bar that shows you the positive versus unfavorable mentions of that bar in that venue.

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New Google Glass Structure With Stained Glass At GooglePlex
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Gary Illyes Eating Japanese Dishes
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Google Buttons Game Cake
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Stan, The Google Patriotic Dinosaur
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Google Army Veteran Suited Up
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So Many SEOs Just Don't Know Guest Post Links Should Be Nofollowed

Nov 28, 2022 • 7:31 am | Comments (1) by twitter mastodon

The other day, I covered a poll that showed about half of SEOs still use guest posting for SEO purposes. Then a few days later, an SEO asked John Mueller about something and John told him that the guest post links should be nofollowed, and the SEO was shocked.

Bing Tests Favicons In Front Of People Also Ask

Nov 28, 2022 • 7:21 am | Comments (2) by twitter mastodon

Microsoft Bing is testing placing a favicon or icon of some sort in front of the people also ask results. The screenshot example below is from Frank Standtmann, a German-based SEO, who showed Wikipedia and other sites' favicon being placed before the people also ask results in Bing's search results.