Daily Search Forum Recap: February 6, 2017

Feb 6, 2017 • 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:

  • February 2017 Google Webmaster Report
    It was not a slow month when it comes to Google webmaster topics. We saw an unconfirmed Google algorithm update that hit spammers for the most part. We saw Google confirm a Japanese algorithm update but we had a couple smaller updates as well...
  • Google Won't Tell Webmasters Which Links They Do Not Count For Spam Reasons
    As many of your know, the Google link report in Google Search Console, the links to your site report, shows all (most) of the links to your site. It includes followed, unfollowed and discredited links, etc...
  • Matt Cutts Hearts His Google+ Followers
    A couple weeks after Matt Cutts announced his official resignation from Google he posted potentially a final post on Google+ - it was <3. <...
  • Moz Skeptical Over Accuracy Of Google Search Console Reports
    Russ Jones from Moz wrote a detailed piece named Google Search Console Reliability: Webmaster Tools on Trial. In short, he said SEOs and webmasters should "remain skeptical of this data...
  • Google: URL/Site Moves Are A Pain
    No one likes the process of moving; be it moving your home or your web site to a new location. They may like the end result, the...
  • The Google India Family Clothing Store
    Here is a photo I spotted on Instagram of a shop in India with the Google logo, something we find a lot in some countries. This is a family clothing store and you can see the old logo is in use, but

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