RECENT COMMENTS ON SEARCH ENGINE ROUNDTABLE

Below are the most recent 30 comments. I try to keep it clean of comment spam, but some times things get through and it takes me several hours to get to it. So please excuse any of that comment spam.

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Comment ID #4991296322 at 07/14/2020 06:31 am:

Syed Junaid commented on Vlog Episode #75: Purna Virji On Search Accessibility & Inclusion & PPC Automation

Loved this one

Comment ID #4991286989 at 07/14/2020 06:14 am:

Syed Junaid commented on Google Says Links Placed Without Your Input Is A Good Thing

Professor X would have been a good back-linker then :D

Comment ID #4991285242 at 07/14/2020 06:11 am:

Syed Junaid commented on Google Suggests You Make Your Site Architecture Easy & Interesting

People will get confused between e-commmerce and services based website pages :D

Comment ID #4990944601 at 07/13/2020 08:50 pm:

Delight Builders commented on Smaller Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update - July 6th - July 8th?

We noticed a dip of about 30% traffic

Comment ID #4990241925 at 07/13/2020 10:02 am:

Barry Schwartz commented on Google Says Links Placed Without Your Input Is A Good Thing

Sure, done.

Comment ID #4990233858 at 07/13/2020 09:55 am:

Matt commented on Google Suggests You Make Your Site Architecture Easy & Interesting

No one is going to look through a massive list of products to find what they're looking for, regardless of how it's presented. John is right. He needs to break the list down into smaller groups with some sort of categorization.

Comment ID #4990229155 at 07/13/2020 09:51 am:

Matt commented on Google Says Links Placed Without Your Input Is A Good Thing

True. Barry, you might want to change the title to something like "Google: Links Placed Without Your Input Is (Usually) A Good Thing."

Comment ID #4990199565 at 07/13/2020 09:25 am:

Young Trevor commented on Google Says Links Placed Without Your Input Is A Good Thing

John did not say the words in the title

Comment ID #4990146263 at 07/13/2020 08:31 am:

ronnie toots commented on You Can Now Opt To Remove Trending Searches In The Google Search App

fuck these asses at google, I work near them, they are fags and capitalist whores...posing as liberals....

Comment ID #4989883689 at 07/13/2020 01:06 am:

M_RAHMAN_NABIN commented on Google November Core Algorithm Changes Probably Not Just Links

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Comment ID #4988207954 at 07/11/2020 01:55 pm:

John A. User commented on Smaller Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update - July 6th - July 8th?

Except when it comes Wikipedia, look up Delta Aurigids

Comment ID #4987863060 at 07/11/2020 08:00 am:

QuReshi NaWab commented on Earn $75 With Google User Experience Research Survey

but how

Comment ID #4987853094 at 07/11/2020 07:45 am:

QuReshi NaWab commented on Google Responds To DuckDuckGo's Claims Of Bias With Personalization

sir u please tell me how i earn money

Comment ID #4987847375 at 07/11/2020 07:36 am:

QuReshi NaWab commented on Earn $75 With Google User Experience Research Survey

yes i want to earn money

Comment ID #4987680318 at 07/11/2020 01:57 am:

Jeno commented on Smaller Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update - July 6th - July 8th?

What these recent updates come down to is basically they have removed a filter for sites with short content but a lot of links. Go content farms! No idea what's the reasoning behind it. Not complaining though.

Comment ID #4987458505 at 07/10/2020 08:43 pm:

Mark Thomas commented on Google Local Reviews Now Let's Users Add Photos Or Video To Reviews

Does not works at all on my phone, so frustrating....

Comment ID #4987356521 at 07/10/2020 06:55 pm:

slams commented on Smaller Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update - July 6th - July 8th?

Traffic was up from July 6. Now down from today!! Thanks to google ripper update!!

Comment ID #4987079416 at 07/10/2020 02:52 pm:

RGraph.net charts commented on Google Says Scoring Well In Lighthouse Doesn't Make You A Good SEO

I can vouch for that. I get 100 for my SEO score and can't get anywhere in the SERPs.

Comment ID #4987053890 at 07/10/2020 02:32 pm:

TedK commented on Who Would Win At SEO: John Mueller, Gary Illyes Or Martin Splitt

LOL... If the public is also participating they would all lose! LOL As far as I can tell none of them have ever helped a plumber rank in their area for a target keyword. They would get annihilated by SEOs that do this work daily.

Comment ID #4986848145 at 07/10/2020 11:50 am:

Tadeusz Szewczyk (Tad Chef) commented on Google Launches Knowledge Panels Within Image Search Results

People also searched for... your competition. Thanks Google all the others also get searches for the competition suggested.

Comment ID #4986581660 at 07/10/2020 07:28 am:

moosenl commented on Google Says JavaScript Redirects Not A Good Idea

Nah, not an option. As when pages are cached somewhere along the line between server and user, its difficult, to determine where the users is located without JS.

Comment ID #4986555329 at 07/10/2020 06:53 am:

I'm stupid, sorry commented on Google Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

Did you witness any recovery after the loss of traffic for a site that was hit few months ago? Thanks.

Comment ID #4986449811 at 07/10/2020 03:47 am:

Stefan van der Klooster commented on Who Would Win At SEO: John Mueller, Gary Illyes Or Martin Splitt

"It depends!"

Comment ID #4986425643 at 07/10/2020 03:00 am:

F5 WebStudio commented on Google Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

But it is normal for every organization to evolve in a flexible manner according to the needs, trends, and inventions. The concept of the web search is constantly changing. We all play this game. Ultimately we affect each other.

Comment ID #4986418026 at 07/10/2020 02:45 am:

F5 WebStudio commented on Google Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

I agree. In fact we all don't know how the nofollow attribute works for Google's purposes.

Comment ID #4986407436 at 07/10/2020 02:24 am:

F5 WebStudio commented on Google Launches Knowledge Panels Within Image Search Results

Although this seems a simple recommendation, the images optimization can be very effective. In the other hand we notice continuous fluctuations in Google Images Search which may indicate a lot of works on this field.

Comment ID #4986401294 at 07/10/2020 02:12 am:

Storify News commented on Smaller Google Search Ranking Algorithm Update - July 6th - July 8th?

is it showing drop in Semrush or up ?

Comment ID #4986401118 at 07/10/2020 02:11 am:

Nino Knetemann commented on Google Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

I believe Google gives nofollow more weight than we think and decide themselves which link has more value. There are just too many nofollows nowadays and since context seems to be a big part it would make sense. What do you guys think?

Comment ID #4985839437 at 07/09/2020 03:07 pm:

Derek commented on Google Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

When he was talking about avoiding link building in the past it seems like it was always in the context of paid guest posting ,with or without anchor text placement (which are both link schemes), assuming that 90% of the link building going on was unnatural at that time. Natural link building happens as a company makes connections, it's not necessarily forced.

Comment ID #4985790521 at 07/09/2020 02:31 pm:

Actual Wizard commented on Google Says Not All Link Building Is Bad

That's what happens when an evil company tries to be transparent.