Daily Search Forum Recap: January 24, 2018

Jan 24, 2018 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | 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:

  • SEO & Google Fight Over How Google Treats Subdomains vs Subdirectories
    We are now off the 302 redirects fighting and now onto fighting about how Google handles subdirectories vs subdomains...
  • Google: You Don't Need To Submit URLs To Us Monthly
    You really never have to submit URLs to Google to index, you can, but you don't need to. The best bet is to make sure to have links to those URLs from pages Google already crawls and indexes...
  • Google AdSense In-Feed Ads Now Can Use Machine Learning
    Google announced improvements to their native ads solution for In-feed ads. Now through machine learning, you can let Google figure out the fonts, colors...
  • Stone Temple's New Actions On Google For SEO Questions
    Stone Temple and Eric Enge has put together a set of Actions on Google for Google Assistant and Google Home voice responses to your SEO queries. You can try it yourself by asking Google Assistant or your Google Home "Ask Stone Temple" followed by your SEO question...
  • Searchmetrics Beats Brightedge In Court Over Patent Dispute
    Back last May, we reported that Searchmetrics US had to flle bankruptcy over receptive lawsuits by Brightedge over patent infringement allegations. It really angered the SEO community at large because Searchmetrics and the CEO...
  • Mike Blumenthal - The Search Community Honors You
    This is part of the say something nice about an SEO/SEM series - feel free to nominate someone over here. Mike Blumenthal, 66 years old, which honestly surprises me, I thought he was in his young 50s. He lives in Allegany, which is located in rural Western...
  • The Google Bison
    It has been some time since we saw a shot of the Google bison, espesially since we know some SEOs got their hands on it. But it looks alive and well. Gary Illyes from Google snapped a shot of it he

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