Daily Search Forum Recap: February 2, 2016

Feb 2, 2016 • 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:

  • Google Fetch As Google Submit To Index Now Requires Captcha
    Google's Fetch As Google feature within the Google Search Console now forces you to use a captcha each and every time you try to submit the page to the index. You can try it yourself...
  • Awesome: Google Now Bathroom Mirror
    Googler, Max Braun, posted on Medium and Google+ that he made a bathroom mirror that is smart. It has the weather, date, time...
  • Google Helps Family Reunite With Lost Nephew After 60 Years
    Rebecca Godsalve said her father was able to reunited with his long lost nephew after 60 years all due to a Google search. She posted this in the Google Web Search Help forums saying thank you to Google...
  • Google App Indexing API Bug For iOS Apps
    For iOS developers that have implemented the Google App Indexing API/SDK into their apps, they may be having a weird bug due to the Google SDK. Specifically...
  • Google's FAQ On HTTP To HTTPS Migration
    Google's John Mueller posted a FAQ on Google+ around questions asked about site migrations from HTTP to HTTPS. Truth is, I don't see anything in there we didn't cover already here when talking about HTTPS but it is a good refresher...
  • Google Maps Groundhog Pegman On Groundhog Day
    The Google Maps folks posted a picture of the Groundhog version of the Pegman today on Groundhog day. Ain't he a cute little Peghog? Is that what you call it? A Peghog? Peggroundhog? What does one c

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