Daily Search Forum Recap: June 11, 2012

Jun 11, 2012 • 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 Panda 3.7 Over The Weekend?
    Over the weekend there was a large spike in webmaster and SEO chatter at WebmasterWorld around Google's shift int he search results. Many are suspecting there was a Panda update but we do not (DO NOT) have confirmation from Google on this update...
  • Google Partially Removes Penalties
    Google will partially remove a penalty when they see you take significant action on a notification. John Mueller from Google said in response to a Google Webmaster Help thread that they do indeed do this...
  • You Can't Unblock Results In Google Search
    About 15 months ago, Google introduced a block results feature in the search results user interface. That feature went missing when Google launched Search Plus Your World earlier this year. Well...
  • Encyclopedia Britannica Answers Now In Bing Search
    Bing announced they now have Encyclopedia Britannica answers directly in their search results. Microsoft Bing said...
  • Uptick In Google Showing Foreign Languages To Searchers
    It is not all that uncommon for Google to show a searcher a page of search results in a language that the searcher has never seen before. But it is unusual for it to happen to many searchers in a short period of time. Typically I'd see a complaint like this once every week or so...
  • Beta: Google Street Views At Boston Gay Pride Parade?
    Tim Pierce from Google posted a picture of Googlers marching in the Gay Pride Parade in Boston. Now that is nothing news worthy, what may be is the hint he dropped. He said this is a beta for Google

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