RECENT COMMENTS ON SEARCH ENGINE ROUNDTABLE

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Comment ID #3169128587 at 02/22/2017 09:40 am:

Hasaan Tariq commented on Google Goes No Comment On The Google Search Ranking Update

thumbs up to your saying, google just see their user satisfaction, their is lot of spammer are implements shortcutes to ranked their keywords in google.

Comment ID #3169125378 at 02/22/2017 09:38 am:

Hasaan Tariq commented on Google Goes No Comment On The Google Search Ranking Update

this is really sad, google is releasing too many update on everything, might be you hit from any update of google.

Comment ID #3169123544 at 02/22/2017 09:36 am:

Yaser Arshad commented on Google Says Stop Using URL Fragments

I don't think that muller should have had recommended to move away from it... they do help people move directly to the topic that they has their answer instead of having to read the whole content. Not rendering and fetching these urls is another thing and not recommending is a new level, and makes no sense. if google endorses user friendliness, its going against it right now.

Comment ID #3169118323 at 02/22/2017 09:33 am:

Peter Parker commented on Google Employees Help In Forums Only When They Have To

Thanks

Comment ID #3169111886 at 02/22/2017 09:28 am:

Barry Schwartz commented on Google Says Stop Using URL Fragments

bad

Comment ID #3169109712 at 02/22/2017 09:27 am:

Vipin Rajpoot commented on Google Says Stop Using URL Fragments

URL fragment is good or bad for SEO??

Comment ID #3169101641 at 02/22/2017 09:21 am:

LJ commented on Google Rolling Out New Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label?

Definitely. Noticed this in the UK for the last few weeks at least.

Comment ID #3169085413 at 02/22/2017 09:10 am:

greedy commented on Google Rolling Out New Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label?

There is also another subtle difference in the SERP's, the key words searched for are no longer bolded in the search results. This removes the eye even further from the line the tiny ad icon resides on!

Comment ID #3169076268 at 02/22/2017 09:03 am:

Mark commented on Google Carousel Tells Us Who The Best SEO Companies Are

Did I say Bruce Clay?

Comment ID #3169063360 at 02/22/2017 08:54 am:

Jimbob commented on Google Rolling Out New Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label?

Their greedy obsession with milking the Adwords money printing cash cow for every last penny is dangerous for them

Comment ID #3169062289 at 02/22/2017 08:53 am:

greedy commented on Google Rolling Out New Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label?

"Laymen searcher is not able to work out which is an ad over organic." No shit. Has the penny finally dropped on you people?!!

Comment ID #3169060497 at 02/22/2017 08:51 am:

Clement commented on Black Hat Forums Argue About Value Of PBNs In 2017

I built a PBN this year. It's all about how you build it. I currently have 20 sites and it's now helping my site ranking in top 5 for 17 search terms that have 1K+ searches a month. We get about 2000 organic hits per day from those keywords. The site had no press. Just a PBN and few directories.

Comment ID #3169057885 at 02/22/2017 08:49 am:

greedy commented on Was The February 7th Google Update A Google Phantom Update?

That's interesting. Thanks for the info :)

Comment ID #3169048729 at 02/22/2017 08:44 am:

Kent j commented on Google Says Stop Using URL Fragments

Always define your terms....

Comment ID #3169022430 at 02/22/2017 08:23 am:

Markantony commented on Google Rolling Out New Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label?

Google wants to take everything. That's disgusting.

Comment ID #3169020161 at 02/22/2017 08:21 am:

bobrobins1973 commented on Google Employees Help In Forums Only When They Have To

1. do you know code without bugs? I don't know and google testing own (extremely very complicated) code in real time, on real people. It mean what here is no any quality control for this code and webmasters unable to be sure on it's quality. 2. Their "spam/unnatural" databases. How I can see they: A. Can tank your site, if somebody launched full duplicate of your site. It happens lot of time, and google is not doing anything about it. Only way to fix it to disavow that duplicate site (but so hard to find url/domain) or send abuse report to hoster (also it very complicated, near not possibly if site using something like cloudfare). B. Somebody constantly launching link directories (one-page lists with 800-1000 links). After such new link your site tanked. And only way to do is disavow that site. But google made it so hard to find that site (their latest backlinks report show not more than 50% of your backlinks, ahrefs/majestic/bing/yandex can give you 30% more backlinks. But 20% is in gray area, because google sometime indexing complete shit (pages without backlinks. chinese search engines (which provide google snippets, but follow, etc). C. Content quality - we still don't know what is it. Google say it king, but at same time tell us what it not king (example - ads placement - gray area, duplicate sites (by spammers) - gray area, 301 redirect (not work as must to work now, can cause 404 soft errors, which is bad for your site - grey area). Here is much more reasons, but in current time, you need to do extra quality site, without redirects, without ads (what is happen to place ads in bad position? or google will think what it purchased backlink, when in reality it not true?), every day monitor your site backlinks (for site duplicates, for new follow back-links - disavowing almost everything, because don't know what is just good (or unnatural) for google). Even after this steps - you cannot be sure, what your site will have some ranking, and every new update just making things more crazy and crazy.

Comment ID #3169004127 at 02/22/2017 08:08 am:

greedy commented on Google Rolling Out New Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label?

As per the old thread, rather unsurprisingly the one that stood out the least got the nod. Keep on milking it Google.

Comment ID #3169000289 at 02/22/2017 08:05 am:

Barry Schwartz commented on Google To Discontinue Google Site Search By September 2017

I have not used any, but I know AWS has one and if you go to google and search for it, Im sure you will see plenty of ads.

Comment ID #3168998747 at 02/22/2017 08:04 am:

aaron wall commented on Google To Discontinue Google Site Search By September 2017

>There are other paid alternatives as well.< Which ones have you tried? Which ones do you recommend?

Comment ID #3168952208 at 02/22/2017 07:27 am:

alex gennner commented on Was The February 7th Google Update A Google Phantom Update?

Does it really matter what updates Google release announced or unannounced. it is clear that the serps a loaded with Google Ad's and Google's stake holder websites (amazon)

Comment ID #3168929967 at 02/22/2017 07:05 am:

Rulin Jesuthasan commented on Google Carousel Tells Us Who The Best SEO Companies Are

are u referring to Bruce Clay Agency? really?

Comment ID #3168897100 at 02/22/2017 06:29 am:

whatsheorderfishfilet commented on Was The February 7th Google Update A Google Phantom Update?

Well, it's an informational site that captures leads (not affiliate leads, leads for our actual company). So yes, but the traffic gains from other pages made up for the apparent missing/traffic leads from the flagship page... so who knows? And by flagship, I mean 5,000+ visitors a day to the page, links from CNN, CBS, ABC, etc., you know, flagship. It's quality. No idea why it dropped and others didn't.

Comment ID #3168807677 at 02/22/2017 04:36 am:

Aleks Khvatov commented on Was The February 7th Google Update A Google Phantom Update?

Could you please send you contact info, we would like to work with you on our sites.

Comment ID #3168790948 at 02/22/2017 04:15 am:

Not Jerry B commented on Google Is Now Testing Green Outlined AdWords Ad Label

Rather unsurprisingly the least noticeable icon one & it now live!! Hohoho, laugh all the way to the bank!

Comment ID #3168786750 at 02/22/2017 04:11 am:

StevenLockey commented on Google Confirms Image Search Update Impacting Traffic Data

No... not in the classified section...... Its called "Fair-use" and quite a few courts have upheld search engines showing publicly displayed images is classed as fair usage. AKA no theft and not a breach of copyright. Clearly as all you can do is hide behind your avatar and make personal attacks, you haven't actually got anything like a point to make or quite clearly a clue what you are talking about. You've been told how to fix the problem, how many other successful sites do it with no difficulty at all but no....... Its blatant you are just looking for an excuse to slag off Google, Did they demote your site and its making you bitter or something?

Comment ID #3168768107 at 02/22/2017 03:43 am:

Ronnie Luke commented on Black Hat Forums Argue About Value Of PBNs In 2017

No Comment, let us See what will happened with happened next, what stuff impact in Ranking, whats not. Keep Tracking

Comment ID #3168751753 at 02/22/2017 03:19 am:

really commented on Google Employees Help In Forums Only When They Have To

That reads like you have actually seen internal info?

Comment ID #3168748928 at 02/22/2017 03:15 am:

greedy commented on Was The February 7th Google Update A Google Phantom Update?

Tell me, did your flagship page as you call it generate revenue?

Comment ID #3168735721 at 02/22/2017 02:54 am:

Anon User commented on Black Hat Forums Argue About Value Of PBNs In 2017

Come back when you have learned a little bit more and someone who can be bothered will explain to you.

Comment ID #3168723688 at 02/22/2017 02:35 am:

Emmerey Rose commented on Was The February 7th Google Update A Google Phantom Update?

Interesting news. This might really be an update. Sneaky.. Anways, thanks for sharing Barry!