Daily Search Forum Recap: July 3, 2015

Jul 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:

  • Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: July 3, 2015
    This was a busy week in search new, less on the core SEO front though. First, Yahoo was caught testing Google powered search results. AOL signed a ten year search deal with Bing. Google still hasnât launched Panda but says it is coming soon...
  • Google: Panda Refresh Not Likely Happening On July 4th Weekend
    A month ago today, we reported that Gary Illyes from said a Panda refresh is coming within 2-4 weeks or so. Well, it has been over 4 weeks now and still no refresh, but that is not uncommon, launch dates with Google often get delayed, yes - even with the Panda updates...
  • Google News Now Enables Image Selection For Publishers Via Schema Or og:image
    Google has released their second version of the Google News Publisher Newsletter this week and there is one new thing with Google News for publishers. Publishers can now help Google News pick the right image for the story...
  • Google Crawl Limit Per Page: 10 Megabytes
    Google's John Mueller said in a Google Hangout this morning on Google+ at the 31:25 mark that Google will crawl up to about 10 megabytes per page. So if you have pages larger than 10 megabytes, make sure the content on the page is crawled within the 10 megabytes part...
  • Google Answers Now For Amazon On Transactional Queries
    We have covered many examples of Google Answers showing some fun and sometimes controversial answers. Here is a new one showing how a transactional query, a search to buy something online, triggers a Google Answer box for Amazon...
  • A Privacy Reminder From Google Overlay In Search Results
    Jonathan Jones, who is based in the UK, posted on Twitter, that he saw Google overlay a message on top of the search results...
  • Google Amsterdam Lobby & The Cookie Monster Logo
    Daniel Waisberg from the Google Analytics team based in London, paid a visit to Google's Amsterdam offices and snapped a picture of the lobby. For some reason, the lobby has a Google logo for Cookie

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