Daily Search Forum Recap: July 20, 2015

Jul 20, 2015 • 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:

  • Was That A Google Phantom Update Last Week?
    Last week I reported that Google said there was no Panda refresh last week. This was based on several emails I received from webmasters asking if there was a Panda update. The forums were pretty quiet but my inbox was not. Either way...
  • Returning To SEO: But My Google Rankings Have Dropped.
    An interesting topic sprung up at WebmasterWorld. Typically, we have webmasters and SEOs who have been at it forever and needs help ranking better...
  • In Malta? Google's John Mueller Can Meet Up With You
    Google's John Mueller is currently in Valletta, Malta - possibly on vacation. He said on Google+ that he has free time on Wednesday or Thursday.
  • Google: Top Ten Verified Web Sites Go Over HTTPS
    Gary Illyes, the man at Google to blame for the HTTPS ranking algorithm, announced that of the top ten verified sites within the Google Search Console, all ten of them run over HTTPS...
  • Bing Search Algorithm Update? Nope, Analytics Tracking Issue.
    I was all excited, I saw widespread reports of a Bing Search algorithm update at WebmasterWorld and then I dug deeper and it seems it was more related to how Google Analytics reports organic traffic from Bing...
  • Yahoo Field Day
    Jorge Pintado, a software engineer at Yahoo, posted a picture on Flickr of Levi's Stadium with Yahoo Field Day on the banner. It says "20 Years of Summer Fun." The stadium is empty, which is awesome

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