Daily Search Forum Recap: February 15, 2016

Feb 15, 2016 • 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:

  • Google Penguin 4.0 Still On Target For Q1? I Don't Know Says Google
    For those wondering when Google will release Penguin 4.0, well - I don't have any new information for you. We expected it in 2015 and the holidays delayed it to 2016... Gary Illyes doesn't know...
  • Knowledge Graph Clicks Not Counted In Google Search Console
    Google's John Mueller confirmed in a Google Hangout on Google+ this past Friday that the Search Analytics report in the Google Search Console does not count impressions and clicks from the Knowledge Graph sidebar...
  • Google Shopping To Expand GTINs Requirements
    Google announced on Google+ that they are going to be expanding their GTINs (Global Trade Identification Numbers) requirements for the Google Merchant Shopping feeds. In September 2015 Google began requiring GTINs for many products from a list of 50 brands...
  • Google Removes Content On Google.com From Right To Be Forgotten Regions
    Google will now remove content through the Right To Be Forgotten legislation from the search results of searchers in those regions. Prior, it was removed only when searchers used the Google cTLD, i.e. Google.co.uk, Google.de...
  • Google Web Transcoder Killed Off?
    Back in 2006, Google built a feature to make web sites load faster on mobile devices named Web Transcoder. It was specifically designed for those old feature phones and not the smart phones. But last week...
  • Brett Dennen Plays At Google
    Brett Michael Dennen was at Google a couple weeks ago and performed and gave a Google talk. This was on February 3rd and Andy Bohm from Google shared this photo. If you want see the performance, here

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