Daily Search Forum Recap: June 8, 2015

Jun 8, 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: Traffic From Search A Quality Indicator? Not Necessarily.
    An interesting question came up in the Google hangout from last Friday. A webmaster asked, can you assume that if Google is not sending traffic to you from a certain page, that Google deems the page to be low quality and you should thus remove that page from your web site or block Google from crawling it.
  • Google: We Treat 429 Error Code Same As 503 Error Code Equally
    Time and time again, Google has told us that when your expecting some temporary down time, you want to serve up a 503 error code response...
  • Google Indexing URLs With Emoji Characters
    Just when you thought the death of emojis in Google has started, it continued to live on but it even got stronger. Cyrus Shepard posted on Google+ an example of him being able to get an Emoji based URL indexed and ranked within the Google search results in "less than 30 minutes...
  • The Google Women's World Cup Logo For First US Match
    Above is a higher resolution image of the Google Doodle for the Women's World Cup first U.S. match. You can click on the logo to see the higher resolution version. This logo is currently only visible in the US...
  • Google AdWords Cross-Account Campaign Management & More
    Google announced some major improvements to the AdWords features for professional advertisers who manage client accounts...
  • Google Photos Curtain Cal
    Bradley Horowitz, Google's former head of Google+, now head of Google Photos, posted on Google+ a GIF of him standing in what looks like a shower with the curtain made out of the Google Photos logo.

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