Daily Search Forum Recap: January 13, 2015

Jan 13, 2015 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter | 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:

  • Does The Google SEO Advice Need To Get More Specific?
    I spend a lot of time here documenting what Google spokespeople are saying in terms of SEO and webmaster advice. Often, I don't spend the time going into all of the alternatives around the statement...
  • CSS Positioning With Google In 2015
    SEOs have been using CSS positioning for years and years as a way to get the more important content positioned in the source code above the more boiler plate content, such as headers, navigation and so on. But now with the way Google fully renders your final web page...
  • Google Image Search Bug Impacting Windows 7 Users
    There are several reports of a bug with Google Image search starting back last week that have gone unanswered in the Google Web Search Help forums. It seems that this is impacting Windows 7 users who are trying to click on images within Google Image search...
  • Google Report Child Trafficking Quick Answer
    Google is proud to announce a quick answer they have for a search on [report child trafficking]. Google's head of search, Amit Singhal said on Google+ that "Every bit counts" when combatting human trafficking...
  • Google AdSense Hedging
    A WebmasterWorld thread has a publisher who has a friend, who was solicited by someone to prepay/buy his Google AdSense revenues up-front, before he earns the money...
  • When An SEO Bumps Into Matt Cutts At The Airport
    Remember, Matt Cutts, the currently on leave Google spam lead, was speaking at UNC-Chapel Hill? Well, on his way home via the airport in Raleigh, he was stopped by an SEO and military personnel, Nic

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