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:
- Signs Of More Google Algorithm Updates Early This Week
We reported about a possible Google update around February 13th and I do believe there was something rather large on that date - but now there is more chatter about a possible update early this week...
- Raspberry Pi Tells Link Spammer To Stick It Up Their...
Raspberry Pi is loved by computer geeks all around the world, every programming office should have at least one lying around, if not, it is a bad sign. That being said, Raspberry Pi on Twitter slammed an SEO for crying about link spam...
- The Guardian Switched Domains, So Can You
The Guardian, a huge UK newspaper, posted a story named How the Guardian successfully moved domain to www.theguardian.com. Yes, The Guardian migrated content from www.guardian.co.uk, m.guardian.co.uk or www.guardiannews.com to one domain name...
- Google AdSense Testing Extremely Wide Arrows
Google recently changed the format for the arrows on AdSense ads to be a thin arrow on a block background color. Google is constantly messing with the AdSense design in order to keep click-through-rates higher on those ads. The next test being reported is extremely wide arrows on AdSense units...
- Google Stuffed Fiber Bunny
As you know, Google is expanding their internet service known as Google Fiber, and they are stocking up on marketing swag. The Google Fiber logo is of a multi-colored bunny and here is a photo of a s
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Improvement to advanced search in Gmail: search by size…, Gmail - Google+
- Is Google damaging entire industries, Google Webmaster Help
- Can anyone else see G+ Publisher Tag in SERPs? Query…, Saijo George - Google+
- Do Google Ignore Certain Types of Dofollow Links (Can they spot linkbomb)?, WebmasterWorld
- Google highlighting new gTLD's as if they were keywords, WebmasterWorld