Daily Search Forum Recap: July 6, 2015

Jul 6, 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:

  • July 2015 Google Webmaster Report
    We didn't have any official search quality algorithmic updates this past month, but Google did admit to a core algorithmic update which was pretty big in our books. Google keeps promising a Panda update soon...
  • Google: Get Your Hands Dirty To Learn
    Most SEOs love to test and try new things, many even have web sites they devote to experimenting with in a safe place, just in case their experiments blow up. This way, when you mess up, the site you mess up on doesn't impact your core bottomline...
  • After Google Slapped Sape Links, Some SEOs Still Swear By Them
    Over two years ago, Google took action against Sape links, one of the first major 'underground' link networks that was hit big time by Google. But even after it was hit...
  • Wikipedia Might Not Consider Danny Sullivan Notable In The Search Industry
    About a month ago, Andy Dingley put up Danny Sullivan's Wikipedia page as up for deletion. The reason it was posted...
  • Independence Day USA Google Logo Remembers America's Pastimes
    The Google Logo today on Google.com takes you back to when you were a child on Independence Day, July 4th. The logo shows an Independence Day on lawn chairs, in the Google logo colors. You got the baseball hat, the baseball, flip flops, lemonade...
  • Matt Cutts & His Fireworks
    Matt Cutts, the currently on leave Googler, posted a picture of the neighborhood fireworks collection on Twitter. He posted the picture on July fourth and said "This neighborhood is ready for firework

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