Daily Search Forum Recap: June 3, 2015

Jun 3, 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:

  • Google: The Panda Refresh Coming Really Soon
    Google's Gary Illyes said last night at SMX Advanced that the Panda update/refresh we've been waiting for for 8 months+ now is just about to be released. Gary said webmasters can expect it soon, soon as in the next two, to three, to four weeks...
  • Google: Penguin Will Run & Refresh In Real Time One Day
    At SMX Advanced last night, Google's Gary Illyes explained that Google is working on solving the hard problem of making the Penguin algorithm run in real time. Not just baked into the real time algorithm but also to refresh the data continuously and he meant that...
  • Google: We Know About 30 Trillion URLs On The Web But...
    Google's Gary Illyes said that Google knows there are over 30 trillion URLs on the web at SMX Advanced last night. But that number is not new, I thought it was, but it was mentioned back in 2013 when they released the Inside Search portal...
  • Google Search Console Data API Download Issues?
    Google's John Mueller noted on Google+ that some webmasters may run into a hiccup when trying to use the download API for the Google Search Console CSV downloads. John said the fix is to update the "App-Name" / "source" that you use to log in so that it matches the format specified over...
  • Google Maps Changes Coming For Street View & Views
    Abby from the Google Maps team announced in the Google Maps Help forum several changes that will impact pro-photographers, Google Trusted Street View photos, in Google Maps. In short...
  • SMX Advanced: Google's Gary Illyes & Danny Sulivan
    Last night was the AMA, ask me anything, with Google's Gary Illyes. Danny Sullivan interviewed Gary and truth is, it was a great interview. There are a few things I will cover here later that they d

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