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Comment ID #2811976958 at 07/30/2016 11:00 am:

Texter Wolfgang Jagsch commented on Video: Google Update, Penguin Status, Donald Trump, AdWords & Verizon Buys Yahoo

Dont believe in every bullshit. As an proven seo-expert I can tell you by the way - that google is throwing sand in to your eyes. No matter if Penguin or any other update is coming they will not invite you to their private member party. Maybe telling you some piece of the allready happend story latter on. So the thruth is - they are testing all the time in front of our eyes. And then everybody takes part in the bullshit guessing game. So lets do your normal work and forget about their lies. It always been the same old game. Amen

Comment ID #2811863969 at 07/30/2016 09:17 am:

David Cannell commented on Google Maps Showing Fewer Businesses In Map Results

Lol - company takes all knowledge known to man and puts it in a database that you can access from your phone within seconds. The knowledge of the world at your fingertips - rather than say in the ancient world - having to travel across a continent to visit a great library. Then people moan because it's not free.

Comment ID #2811811082 at 07/30/2016 08:20 am:

Zoid_16 ' commented on Why SEOs Don't Believe Google About Redirects Not Diluting PageRank Signals

I still don't believe it :)

Comment ID #2811792931 at 07/30/2016 07:58 am:

Rayyan Syed commented on Video: Google Update, Penguin Status, Donald Trump, AdWords & Verizon Buys Yahoo

Hey Barry, I think you did not read it thoroughly before posting. I found a mistake here.. "Finally, Verizon is going to be acquired by Yahoo for $4.8 billion. " It Should be Verizon to Acquire yahoo for ...

Comment ID #2811714440 at 07/30/2016 06:05 am:

Sam I Am commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

Don't confuse him with basic math. He'll beg the government to save him from you.

Comment ID #2811712205 at 07/30/2016 06:02 am:

Sam I Am commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

Why don't you move to China if you think gov controlled Internet is such a good idea? Seriously, begging for a more oppressive government to save you from yourself is just pathetic. Get a job you can actually do if the Internet thing isn't working out fir you. Millions of other people are doing just fine at it without any problem.

Comment ID #2811602438 at 07/30/2016 03:21 am:

Latlon Technologies Pvt. Ltd commented on Google Treats Expired Products Page Redirects As Soft 404s

does redirecting a page effects ranking?

Comment ID #2811587302 at 07/30/2016 02:58 am:

Latlon Technologies Pvt. Ltd commented on Overview Of What Changed In The Google Webmaster Guidelines

Nice to hear about the new guidelines but i still have trouble with robots.txt

Comment ID #2811558555 at 07/30/2016 02:14 am:

Dawn Anderson commented on Why SEOs Don't Believe Google About Redirects Not Diluting PageRank Signals

I've seen some improvements after migrations Tony. I suppose there may always be the theory that no news is good news (i.e. maybe people tend to share or reach out when they have concerns)? Just a thought. But yes, when analysing logs it makes sense to me that there's lots of URLs which don't get crawled as soon as someone migrates but over quite a few visits. Also, so many make mistakes in migration but maybe we don't hear about those too often either?

Comment ID #2811517649 at 07/30/2016 01:27 am:

Graeme commented on Google Maps Now Shows Flight Directions

what about joining road maps with air travel? the flight icon turns off as soon as you enter a road map connection.

Comment ID #2811322904 at 07/29/2016 09:47 pm:

Tony McCreath (Tiggerito) commented on Why SEOs Don't Believe Google About Redirects Not Diluting PageRank Signals

I personally suspect any significant change like a redirect can trigger a reassessment of a page and some algorithms and new data re-run on it. This could change its status. With a migration, this is done on mass so could cause a big swing if all pages were due a downgrade. But then you never hear of anyone saying they saw an improvement after a migration, which should happen about half the time by my theory.

Comment ID #2811309384 at 07/29/2016 09:34 pm:

NewWorldDisorder commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

A regulator stepping in and monitoring Google's inner workings might help bring confidence back to the market.

Comment ID #2811307580 at 07/29/2016 09:32 pm:

NewWorldDisorder commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

The solution is simple. If Google has put a pause on sending you traffic that converts then suspend Adwords spending.

Comment ID #2811220090 at 07/29/2016 08:12 pm:

Cesar Bielich commented on Google Leaves Donald Trump Out Of Presidential Candidates Search Box

Technical my butt

Comment ID #2811058466 at 07/29/2016 06:02 pm:

Jace Gilson commented on Google Says You Don't Need To Disavow Links That Are No Longer Relevant To Your Site

Hi, i just want to know that... If we are not contact to these websites who we want to disavow then Google accept our request? Please clear this

Comment ID #2810720641 at 07/29/2016 02:31 pm:

PaddyM commented on Google Treats Expired Products Page Redirects As Soft 404s

Why not redirect fo the category page. It offers a better user experience & is more relevant than redirecting them to the homepage.

Comment ID #2810612775 at 07/29/2016 01:30 pm:

Васил Тошков commented on Stolen Content Outranking You? Tell Google About It.

You can use www.copypoison.com script to protect your content from copying by hand.

Comment ID #2810608537 at 07/29/2016 01:27 pm:

Michael Martinez commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

They have no incentive to lie. If they don't want the public to know something they simply refuse to disclose it.

Comment ID #2810579861 at 07/29/2016 01:10 pm:

snuffy commented on Stolen Content Outranking You? Tell Google About It.

Same here. We also complain to Adsense. It is against their TOS to display ads on infringing content.

Comment ID #2810577947 at 07/29/2016 01:09 pm:

snuffy commented on Stolen Content Outranking You? Tell Google About It.

Exactly.

Comment ID #2810459625 at 07/29/2016 12:02 pm:

NewWorldDisorder commented on Stolen Content Outranking You? Tell Google About It.

What a fool. You tell someone who's content was stolen to "not get your panties into a knot" and that he should "stop doing things that are against Google's TOS" so that he "won't have the problem." Here's an idea, how about Google not violating the law by allowing stolen content to rank at all? This way he won't have the problem and dimwits like you can quit blaming the creator of content for the theft of their own content and how Google ranks it. Also, if Google quit ranking stolen content it would remove the incentive to steal the content in the first place. Keep in mind it takes an IQ of about 50 to differentiate who the victims are in cases of stolen content and who the profiteers are, which apparently is above your IQ since you want to blame the victim for how his stolen content is ranking. HAHA What an absolute mindless tool!!!!

Comment ID #2810438370 at 07/29/2016 11:50 am:

Dragon commented on Google Leaves Donald Trump Out Of Presidential Candidates Search Box

Hey dimwit, the word you are looking for is "Ethnicity" not "Race"... tool.

Comment ID #2810436830 at 07/29/2016 11:49 am:

Dragon commented on Google Leaves Donald Trump Out Of Presidential Candidates Search Box

Typical SJW libtard has no idea what a troll is.

Comment ID #2810420407 at 07/29/2016 11:39 am:

Cesar Bielich commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

Google has lied before

Comment ID #2810374555 at 07/29/2016 11:13 am:

Beau Pedraza commented on Google Adds Social Profiles To The Local Knowledge Graph

I've been seeing these in the wild as of late and the one thing they all seem to have in common involve having links to social media assets (in either <head> or body/footer) AND - and I think this is the big one - having clean, custom URLs on their social media profiles. Having a G+, YouTube, or LinkedIn account with an auto-gen URL seems to not do the trick, but if one has an optimized (read that as "custom") URL, that appears to be doing the trick. We're seeing this on our end and link placement/Schema/OG seems to not be the isolated cause. Of course, the testing will continue. Any thoughts?

Comment ID #2810369330 at 07/29/2016 11:10 am:

Anon User commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

You misspelled "Anon User".

Comment ID #2810358168 at 07/29/2016 11:03 am:

BushyTop commented on Is A Google Update Brewing? Some Early Chatter & Signs.

Don't make me agree with Michael. This, in my opinion, is UX and indexation focused. But its all over the place.

Comment ID #2810353524 at 07/29/2016 11:00 am:

Moe Hammad commented on Google Leaves Donald Trump Out Of Presidential Candidates Search Box

Top link on Drudge is that right-wing nutjob site Bloomberg, so... I SAID GOOD DAY!!

Comment ID #2810348026 at 07/29/2016 10:57 am:

Ranjan Ravi commented on Google Adds Social Profiles To The Local Knowledge Graph

As per my knowledge , adding social media schema is helpful for the big brand or the brand which have Wikipedia page ! Thanks!

Comment ID #2810311166 at 07/29/2016 10:35 am:

Mustard commented on Google Leaves Donald Trump Out Of Presidential Candidates Search Box

You're obviously not to be taken seriously. Good day.