Daily Search Forum Recap: March 11, 2014

Mar 11, 2014 • 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's Matt Cutts On Good Guys Spamming Google
    Daniel from Miami asked Matt Cutts of Google a fun question, which Matt turned around and answered almost a year later in a video response...
  • Google To Slap Link Networks In Italy & Spain
    Yesterday, Google's head spam man, Matt Cutts, issued a stern warning to link spammers in Italy and Spain. This warning will likely be followed up with some unnatural link notifications and ranking penalties within the week...
  • Google In-Depth Article Testing New Design
    In mid-2013 Google began experimenting with a new feature in the search results that went live as in-depth articles in August of last year. Since then they have been experimenting with them to make them richer looking but here is a test to make them look watered down...
  • Google Webmasters Team Now On Google+
    I am not sure what took so long, being that Google+ is so important to Google. The Google Webmasters team finally made their own page on Google+ at +GoogleWebmasters and announced it on Google+...
  • Google: Convert One US Dollar To "Proper Money" And Get...
    I use currency conversion through Google when I travel a lot but one currency I never thought to convert was "proper money." A search for [1 USD in proper money] converts $1 US to British Pound Sterling if you are searching while in the UK but when you search in the US...
  • Google Trademarks Their Hallways
    Richard Hay of Google snapped a random picture of a random hallway at Google. Yea, that is a massive Google logo plastered across the hallway and even more interesting, it has the TM mark on it. Yea

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