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.
Comment ID #3037569237 at 12/06/2016 12:17 am:
Graeme Boyd commented on Google AdWords Editor: Not Available For Chromebook
Thanks for posting this. I was looking to buy my first Chromebook for working as I travel. No AdWords Editor is certainly a deal breaker. Saved me from a big mistake.
Comment ID #3037538100 at 12/05/2016 11:38 pm:
Hello Barry Schwartz, I have a website and I dont understand how to work start in when real time google update is running. Kindly check my website www.spygoogly.com
Comment ID #3037517343 at 12/05/2016 11:13 pm:
Rossane Costa commented on Wix SEO Hero Challenge - Can You Outrank Them?
Comment ID #3037434640 at 12/05/2016 09:53 pm:
sintu commented on Google AdSense Offering Live Chat Support
why not show my earning in my adsense account
Comment ID #3037419160 at 12/05/2016 09:50 pm:
sintu commented on Google AdSense Offering Live Chat Support
PLEASE HELP ME DEAR
Comment ID #3037370659 at 12/05/2016 09:27 pm:
Jake Darwin commented on Google Says Capital Letters In URLs Don't Impact Rankings
Bing's spider is (as far as I know, from my Access Files information) http://search.msn.com/msnbot.htm) ----BUT bing's spider does not detect UPPER CASE names. For example I have NUKE-LIES as a folder, and Google finds and spiders all its files. But Bing doesn't do this; it just records a 404 'error'. ----Is there some way (probably with .HTA or conceivably with something like rel="canonical") to coax Bing's robot into spidering the site?
Comment ID #3037271769 at 12/05/2016 08:14 pm:
Donkey Dancer commented on Is Google Rolling Out New Desktop Search Interface?
Comment ID #3037260079 at 12/05/2016 08:04 pm:
Joe Smithery commented on Google Maps Drops Outlining Local Boundaries
this is really pissing me off
Comment ID #3037252577 at 12/05/2016 07:57 pm:
Service company commented on Google Maps Drops Outlining Local Boundaries
Cities, Counties, Zip Codes and more, are missing from the full map version - when you do a generic place search, it shows up in the small upper right thumbnail but there is not way to utilize it at a scalable level. Also, a lot of mobile search results changed the way information is presented - voice search fails to follow instructions to call a well know business, such as a big box hardware store in a particular city where there is only one of them - saying "call XYZ Store in ABC (the city)" no longer works!!! - instead, multiple steps are needed to complete the task. Other issues also - G voice has been buggy as the recording feature turns itself on and off by itself (this requires a DTMF tone digit of 4 to toggle, but it now just does it randomly by itself. Google, we miss you (lol).
Comment ID #3037240861 at 12/05/2016 07:47 pm:
That's interesting, I've always kept things simple, which is good... never realizing that Google might not be able to actually figure it all out in one shot.
Comment ID #3036799726 at 12/05/2016 03:28 pm:
MapMan commented on Google Maps Drops Outlining Local Boundaries
These boundaries change frequently. Local governments are terrible about getting up-to-date information out to who they are required to provide it to. Good luck for companies getting it promptly.
Comment ID #3036764798 at 12/05/2016 03:06 pm:
Cam commented on Switching Back From HTTPS to HTTP: Google Concerns
This is what my site is going through. We were always on the first page for local search. We switched to https and now we have dropped 2 pages back. I hope we can bounce back.
Comment ID #3036680978 at 12/05/2016 02:14 pm:
Nony Moose commented on Shabbat Observers Worried About Google's Interstitials Mobile Penalty
And if the customer's card is subsequently declined, they'd be waiting a day, falsely expecting it to process, etc. Far more open amd honest this way. At least as I see it. I cant speak fpr their practices regadless. If a physical store can close on their sabbath such as chick-a-fila, without affecting a google ranking such as maps for a chicken restaurant search, so too, e-commerce. if you want to wait till tuesday to pay but get ahamburger today, call popeye or wait for the doors to open
Comment ID #3036659921 at 12/05/2016 02:01 pm:
Joe Goldstein commented on Google Maps Drops Outlining Local Boundaries
I was really hoping that was a bug. Still am.
Comment ID #3036659504 at 12/05/2016 02:01 pm:
Mambo Man commented on Is Google Rolling Out New Desktop Search Interface?
Can anyone guess what will be making a comeback?
Comment ID #3036624884 at 12/05/2016 01:40 pm:
Maria Ibarra commented on Is Google Rolling Out New Desktop Search Interface?
Yes, I saw it on Friday. Some of my colleagues still have the old version.They also hid the quick option to view/hide private results under "settings".
Comment ID #3036465045 at 12/05/2016 12:06 pm:
Andrei commented on Is Google Rolling Out New Desktop Search Interface?
I have had the new design for about *3 weeks*!
Comment ID #3036428071 at 12/05/2016 11:43 am:
Pawan Kumar Gupta commented on Is Google Rolling Out New Desktop Search Interface?
I haven't seen it so far. But I am eager to. Can you share its features or give a relevant URL? Thanks for sharing.
Comment ID #3036396928 at 12/05/2016 11:24 am:
Interesting for sure, Is it really that much extra work to put them in? lol
Comment ID #3036250714 at 12/05/2016 09:47 am:
Let's do all the things at once. Nothing can possibly go wrong with that strategy.
Comment ID #3035993589 at 12/05/2016 07:09 am:
Woot - thank you!
Comment ID #3035993482 at 12/05/2016 07:09 am:
That is great - thank you for sharing.
Comment ID #3035993284 at 12/05/2016 07:09 am:
Comment ID #3035993186 at 12/05/2016 07:09 am:
These comments help remind me that I am not just talking to myself. :) Thank you Dave!
Comment ID #3035992790 at 12/05/2016 07:08 am:
Assuming SEO isn't dead in 13 years, I most likely will do so. :) Thank you.
Comment ID #3035992392 at 12/05/2016 07:08 am:
Thank you Paul!
Comment ID #3035881349 at 12/05/2016 04:44 am:
Paul Keene commented on Search Engine Roundtable's 13th Anniversary - Mazal Tov!
מזל טוב Your site has proved invaluable to me over the past 10 years - many thanks for your hard efforts...כל הכבוד
Comment ID #3035871817 at 12/05/2016 04:29 am:
Congrats Barry. You've been the one constant in my SE life for the past decade. Roll on the next 13 years! :)
Comment ID #3035871459 at 12/05/2016 04:29 am:
StevenLockey commented on Shabbat Observers Worried About Google's Interstitials Mobile Penalty
Exactly my point. If there is no-one there to allow me to buy anything. Its not the best place for Google to send me, so I would expect it to get out-ranked by a shop that is open all the time. Also if its the taking of payment that is against the Sabbat, there would be nothing stopping the site taking the order, but delaying the actual debit of money until the next working day which wouldn't violate Sabbat and would allow them to be open 24/7. As soon as you start making exclusion from the actual best choice based on religious or other reasons, you are simply giving bias over customer service.