Daily Search Forum Recap: May 12, 2016

May 12, 2016 • 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:

  • Google Fully Launches The New Mobile Friendly Update
    A few months ago we reported that Google will be updating their mobile friendly algorithm in May 2016. Google's John Mueller today confirmed on Twitter that this algorithm has now been fully rolled out and is live in the mobile Google search results...
  • Google AdWords Bans Payday Loans & Other Risky Loan Ads
    Google announced yesterday that they are banning high risk and high interest loan ads from their AdWords network. That means...
  • Bing Ads Bans Third-Party Technical Support Services Companies
    So we just had Google AdWords announce banning payday loan ads and now Bing announced they are banning third party online technical support services to consumers. So those who have technical support companies directed at consumers can no longer use Bing Ads to promote their business...
  • Google AdWords Adds Last Click Attribution Bidding
    Google announced that advertisers using AdWords will soon be able to adjust their bids based on a last click attribution model. Google said advertisers will be able to select from six different attribution models...
  • Google Japan Holding Their Own Google Dance
    Google announced on the Webmaster channel on Google+ that the Google Tokyo office is holding their very own version of the Google Dance...
  • Google Boston's Arcade Game Room
    @HailBloocifer shared on Twitter a photo of the Google Boston arcade game room. You can see old fashion arcade games lined up against the wall with absolutely no one playing them. She said "Hanging

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