Daily Search Forum Recap: May 14, 2015

May 14, 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:

  • Bing To Rank Mobile Friendly Web Pages Better
    Bing announced they will be launching their own version of a mobile friendly algorithm in the upcoming months for the Bing mobile search results. This is similar to Google's mobile friendly algorithm in so many ways but in Bing's case, they won't be giving a date with this announcement and they are saying relevancy, no matter what, will always be more important than if a site renders nicely on mobile devices.
  • Google Patent On Site Quality Score From Google's Panda
    Bill Slawski covered a recently awarded patent from Google written by April R. Lehman and the famous Navneet Panda (from the Panda algorithm) named Site quality score. The patent was filed back in 2012 but was just recently awarded to Google...
  • Google AdWords Offers Guided Flows Tutorials Or Tours
    Kathleen from the Google team announced in the Google AdWords Help forums a feature that helps new or existing AdWords advertisers learn how to use the various Google AdWords user interfaces. It is called guided flows...
  • Google Analytics AdWords Destination URL Report Broken
    The Google Analytics AdWords report named the destination URL report has not worked in some time. The report launched back in 2010 and it lets you see the URLs to which you've directed users from your AdWords ads...
  • Google My Business Bulk Locations Redesigned
    Google has updated the My Business bulk locations management interface the other day. You can access the new design at google.com/local/manage. The new design promises to offer "better manage your locations and publish updates more quickly across Google," according to Google...
  • Google Grass Signage
    All companies are into being green and eco friendly, so when Google designed signage for one of their offices, they decided to go with an eco-friendly look. The wood paneling with cut outs in the for

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