Daily Search Forum Recap: June 26, 2017

Jun 26, 2017 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | 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 Algorithm Update Brewing? Maybe.
    I received a few emails yesterday, saw some comments on this site and on WebmasterWorld and the tools are still pretty high in tracking volatility - there may be a Google search algorithm update brewing right now...
  • Google Related Services Carousel Shows Competitors For Your Brand Name
    I am very confident this is not new, but I don't think I've covered this before. If you search for a specific business on mobile, sometimes Google will show the searcher other businesses in similar categories at the bottom of the search results. So if you search for my company on mobile...
  • Google Tests Large Images For Hotel Listings
    Sergey Alakov spotted and posted on Twitter yet another local hotel test, where Google is testing showing large swipeable images for the hotel results...
  • Google: Prepare For Mobile First Index By Looking For Noindex & Faulty Redirects
    Google's Gary Illyes said on Twitter this morning that you can prepare for the mobile-first index which likely isn't launching until next year by looking for noindex directives and faulty redirects...
  • Google Does Not Share An Index With Bing Or Other Search Engines
    Just in case you thought Google and Bing share the same index of the web - you'd be wrong. John Mueller stated the obvious on Twitter this morning. John said "we don't share indexing with other search engines...
  • Tokyo's Google Dance T-Shirt
    Here is a photo I found on Twitter of the Google Dance t-shirt from the Tokyo version of the Google Dance. It was shared by @jumpingknee who wrote "プレゼントはこちらでした! 応募は...ゼロデシタ orz" which means somethi

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