Daily Search Forum Recap: June 27, 2017

Jun 27, 2017 • 4:00 pm | Comments (0) by twitter Google+

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

Danny Sullivan, The Father Of The Search Industry, To Step Away From Search

Jun 27, 2017 • 8:21 am | Comments (11) by twitter Google+

By now, most of you heard the news that Danny Sullivan is stepping away from covering the search industry after 21 years of devoted service to our industry. He told me the news several months ago and I'll be honest...

Google Tests Detailed Search Refinements: By Material, Type, Brand & More

Jun 27, 2017 • 7:42 am | Comments (4) by twitter Google+

Google is testing even more detailed search refinements in the core web search results. I personally cannot replicate it by the folks at Glass Digital posted on Twitter examples of the refinement options at the bottom of the search results for queries including [garden furniture] and...

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Matt Cutts Notepads Get Larger
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Hint: Google To Display More Featured Snippets; Maybe Expand In Other Languages?

Jun 27, 2017 • 7:32 am | Comments (2) by twitter Google+

Google has been expanding their featured snippets over the past year or so, not just in the US but also in the EU. In a video hangout with Google's John Mueller...

Huge: Google Fined $2.7 Billion By EU Over Anti-Competitive Search Results

Jun 27, 2017 • 7:14 am | Comments (53) by twitter Google+

Google has been officially fined by the EU $2.7 billion over their shopping search results and how the company gives an "illegal advantage to own comparison shopping service." Meanwhile Google said they "respectfully disagree" and will consider an appeal...