Daily Search Forum Recap: June 11, 2014

Jun 11, 2014 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter mastodon | 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 AdSense Ads Without Ad URLs
    Some Google AdSense publishers are reporting seeing AdSense ad units without the URL and fav icon displaying. Folks at WebmasterWorld have reported this saying Google is testing an ad unit that removes the URL and icon...
  • Google Glass Gets World Cup Scores, Parking Location Reminders & Package Tracking
    Google announced new features for Google Glass last night on Google+. The new features include more Google Now reminders right on your Glass device. You can see World Cup scores if you sign up via Google Now: It will reminder you where you parked with Parking Location reminders...
  • Royal Carriage Transit Directions In Google Maps
    The other week we had Google Maps directions by Loch Ness Monster and this week...
  • Bing: You Can Have Up To 125 Trillion URLs In Sitemaps
    Fabrice Canel, the Principal Program Manager of the Bing Index Generation team, posted their Sitemaps best practices guide for large web sites. Bing says they can support up to 125 trillion links through multiple XML sitemap files...
  • Moz Analytics Gains Not Provided Report
    Moz announced they have a new report that helps SEOs and webmasters with the [not provided] problem. Not provided is where Google is no longer reporting keyword data in Google Analytics and other analytics products. This report aims to help a bit with that...
  • The Google Groups Beta Team From 2006
    Brett Lider from Google, the Senior Staff User Experience Designer, posted a picture of the Google Groups Beta team from 2006. Yea, pre-Google+, way pre-Google+ and ultimately something that Google+ s

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