Daily Search Forum Recap: April 6, 2015

Apr 6, 2015 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter | 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:

  • April 2015 Google Webmaster Report
    Below is a recap specific to Google webmaster topics over the past month that are important to read for all SEOs and webmasters. It mostly covers several unconfirmed Google updates with the broken promise from Google to clarify the status of Panda...
  • Google: Missing Keyword In Search Snippets
    Back in 2012 was the first time I covered Google crossing out or striking out search terms, which is now in the format of Google detailing which word is "missing" from the search result based on your query...
  • You Can Now Move Your YouTube Channels
    Supposedly about a month ago, Google's YouTube launched a way to move your YouTube Channel from one Google+ profile page to another. The new help documents are over here and the process is pretty straight forward, however, the changes cannot be undone, so it is a bit scary...
  • Matt Cutts Google AutoSEO April Fools Prank Gets Over 3,000 Beta Requests
    On April Fools, Matt Cutts, the on leave head of Google's search quality team, announced a new spam tool named AutoSEO. He said you can request to be part of a limited beta and provided this form to fill out...
  • Google Whacky Lighting
    Richard Hay shared a picture of a room at Google with some really interesting lighting, so interesting, Richard himself called it "crazy." Besides for all the crossed wired, the bulbs themselves look

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