Daily Search Forum Recap: March 29, 2017

Mar 29, 2017 • 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 Rich Cards Now Available Globally
    May 2016, Google first introduced the new rich cards and yesterday, Google quietly updated the original announcement saying Rich Cards are now available globally...
  • Google: Again, We Don't Use Facebook Likes In Rankings
    Back, just about six years ago, Google told us Facebook likes don't influence Google rankings and that statement remains true in 2017, just like it did in 2011. Gary Illyes from Google said the same thing yesterday on Twitter...
  • Google: Search Quality & AdSense Teams Don't Talk, Ever
    Google has said time and time again that the search team, the organic side, does not talk to the paid side, the AdWords teams. There is a pretty big divide, intentionally, between paid and organic. This is also true with the AdSense team...
  • Google: Some Store Locator Popups Are Intrusive Mobile Interstitials
    Google's John Mueller said on Twitter yesterday that some store locator implementations on mobile may be be considered an intrusive mobile interstitial and thus be at risk for the mobile interstitial Google penalty - if there is any risk...
  • Google AdWords Dynamic Search Ads Adds Page Feeds, Expanded Ads & More
    Google announced that their dynamic search ads solution has gained three new features. These features include page feeds, expanded ads and quality enhancements. Page Feed: With page feeds...
  • Google Dance Floor
    A week ago today, Google held their annual Google Dance, as we reported last week. Here is a photo, not a great one, that I took of the webmasters actually dancing on the Google dance floor. Hard to

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