Daily Search Forum Recap: February 20, 2013

Feb 20, 2013 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by | 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 Panda #25 Coming Today? Not Sure.
    An ongoing WebmasterWorld thread has some chatter around an increase in GoogleBot crawl activity as well as some early ranking fluctuations. That and we are just about the 30 day mark from the previous Google Panda update, Panda #25, we are suspecting a Panda update is about to be hitting
  • More Language Support Comes To Google Data Highlighter
    Google's Pierre Far said on Google+ that the Google Data Highlighter tool, which originally only worked in English, now supports all the languages supported within Google Webmaster Tools...
  • Want Google Glass & Live In The U.S. & Have Money? Here Is Your Chance
    Google announced on Google+ they are expanding their Google Glass Explorer program, the program where people like you and me can potentially get our hands on a Google Glass. There are some conditions. (1) You need to be in the U.S. (2) You need to pay $1...
  • Google's Official Guidelines For Moving A Business On Google Maps
    We've covered the major issues with moving a business within Google Maps a couple times - in short...
  • Google Now Adds Zillow & Fandango Plus Home Screen Widgets
    Google announced their fourth update to Google Now on Google+. This update brings three new features to Google Now on Android devices: (1) Google Now cards are instantly accessible on your home or lock screen...
  • Gmail & Google Drive Latte
    Brett Crosby, founder of Urchin, aka Google Analytics and now the director of Google's Consumer Apps marketing, shared a picture of some lattes he was drinking. He said +Yoko Honda made them and here

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