Daily Search Forum Recap: June 25, 2010

Jun 25, 2010 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by | 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:

  • Another Google MayDay Tweak, June 23/24th?
    A new WebmasterWorld thread that has continued Google obsessive watching, is showing signs that Google did another tweak to their latest ranking algorithm. It seems like the Google MayDay update, which we covered at exhaustion here was not just tweaked a bit on June 2nd but also possibly June 23rd and 24th. Several SEOs and Webmasters are asking if there is a new update going on. Walkman, a senior member of the forums said: Lots
  • Want Google To Show Your Rich Snippets? Here Is How
    Over a year ago, Google launched rich snippets, giving webmasters a way to show richer search results within Google and giving Google a way to better determine content within a particular page. Rich Snippets allow webmasters to markup their HTML so Google can display search results that look something like this: Soon after, Google released a Rich Snippets Testing Tool because Webmasters really didn't know if their markup was working. Why? Well, they would add
  • Ranking Well in Facebook Search: Facebook SEO
    Marty at aimClear posted his Facebook SEO Ranking Factors, 2010 Study Results, which he presented at SMX Advanced just a month or so ago. A Sphinn thread has discussion around the study. Let me summarize the key points: Marty goes through how Facebook search suggestions and how to leverage those suggestions to your benefit. He then describes how Facebook ranks their results, and the most important factors for that ranking. He moves on to Facebook
  • GoogleBot Back In Business, Crawling & Crawling
    About ten days ago, I reported that GoogleBot stopped crawling many web sites, or at least slowed the crawl. I am glad to report that many webmasters are reporting at a WebmasterWorld thread that GoogleBot is back in business. GoogleBot found its legs and is crawling and crawling through sites, like it once did. We did report on an issue where it was crawling too much, specifically on WordPress hosted blogs. It is believed that

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