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 Targets Poland In Latest Link Network Penalty
Yesterday, Matt Cutts, Google's head spam fighter, announced on Twitter that Google has targeted two link networks that are popular in Poland and used often by Polish SEOs and webmasters...
- Google Penalties Might Follow You To A New Domain Name
So we know that if you have a penalty on your site and you move your site to a new domain and redirect the URLs to that new domain...
- Google May Or May Not Use EXIF Data For Ranking Images
Typically when Matt Cutts of Google posts a video, there is a yes or no, or he is leaning strongly one way or another in his answer. But this time...
- Google Marquee HTML For Scrolling Results Count
Yesterday we reported on the blink HTML Google easter egg where the search results blink in and out. Today, there is another easter egg to report on...
- Google Click ID (GCLID) Character Length Changing March 31st
Google announced on Google+ that they are making an important change to the Google Click ID (GCLID), which is used by advertisers to track offline conversions. The character length of that ID is changing from 26 characters...
- Google Fire Pit
And you wanted to know where Google put all the Nooglers that didn't work out? Introducing the Google Fire Pit. I spotted this image on Google+ posted by Daniel Prol. As you can see, Google For Entr
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Google's robots.txt, Hacker News
- AdSense Stats Stuck - Febuary 2014, WebmasterWorld
- What Advice Would You Give a Newbie About Links for Google?, WebmasterWorld