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:
- Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: January 15, 2016
This week will be named Panda week, as we covered tons of topics on Panda. But first, there was a core ranking update this weekend, which we spotted late last week, as you know. Google still didnât launch the Penguin update, yet...
- Google: Nothing Has Changed Now That Panda Being Part Of Core Ranking Algorithm
As I keep trying to get the answer to what's the difference now that Google added Panda into the core algorithm...
- Google: Webmasters Likely Won't Notice Future Panda Updates
John Mueller in a Google+ hangout this morning said that with future Panda updates, since it is now part of the core algorithm, webmasters "probably wouldn't see those kind of updates happening." Meaning, webmasters might not notice future Panda updates...
- Google: Panda Both Manual & Automated But Data Roll Out Unaffected
As we continue to try to understand the Google Panda changes as it is now part of the core algorithm...
- Google Brings Back The Google Dance
Anyone who knows me, knows that I don't like parties or social gatherings :) but the Google Dance is unique. The Google Dance was something Google put on for webmasters and marketers annually during the old SES San Jose shows...
- Bing Adds Speed Test Widget To Search Results
Bing is now testing a speed testing widget in their search results to measure the speed of your ISPs internet connection. You go to Bing and search for [speed test] and you may see this widget: It does not work for all...
- Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau At Google's Kitchener-Waterloo Office
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Correct. Jar Jar is the best esp when you realize he is annoying on purpose.…, Google+ - Adam Singer
- Difference between "core algorithm" and "real time"?, WebmasterWorld
- Should I stay or should I go now? Get your commute overview, traffic updates,…, Google+ - Google Maps
- Top Local SEO Blogs of 2015, localsearchforum.com