Daily Search Forum Recap: July 18, 2013

Jul 18, 2013 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by | 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 Update: Possibly The "Softer" Panda Algorithm
    There is renewed chatter in the WebmasterWorld forums about another shuffle taking place in Google. The consensus is that this update is likely Panda related. We know Google has now slowed the Panda rollout to happen over several days and we also know Google will not confirm Panda updates anymore. We also know that Google wanted to soften the Panda algorithm a bit.
  • Google's Cutts: Be Careful Linking Many Sites Together
    Yesterday, Google's Matt Cutts posted a video answer to the question "If I have 20 domains, should I link them all together?" The short answer is, most likely no - you should not link them all together.
  • AdWords Enhanced Campaigns Now In Google Analytics
    Google Analytics now is showing a new advertising section under AdWords for Enhanced Campaigns. As you know...
  • Google Advanced Search Layout Bug
    A Google Web Search Help thread has complaints about a recent bug on the Google Advanced Search page. By the bottom area where it says "You can also..."...
  • Google: Where Is The Nelson Mandela Logo?
    Today is the 95th birthday of Nelson Mandela, former President of South Africa and 1993 Nobel Peace Prize winner, to name just a couple titles. Even the United Nations General Assembly proclaimed Mandela's birthday, 18 July, as "Mandela Day"...
  • Search Engine Roundtable T-Shirt On Google+
    If you've been following my weekly video recaps, you may have noticed I've been running contests to win t-shirts with the Search Engine Roundtable logo on them. EliteFlyers.com is sponsoring them and

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