Daily Search Forum Recap: July 21, 2015

Jul 21, 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:

  • Google: display:none May Backfire; Google Weighs It Less
    Over the years, Google has flip-flopped on their stance on display:none, hiding content on your web page based on user interface purposes, but at the same time, offering the content based on how you use the navigation...
  • Google's Gary Illyes Tells Webmaster To Stop Keyword Stuffing
    I always find it fun, which isn't nice of me, when Google representatives call out webmaster publicly for doing things against the webmaster guidelines. I find it especially funny when the webmaster is seeking help from Google...
  • Google Hotel Finder Improved Interface Going Live?
    Earlier this month we reported that Google was testing a new hotel finder user interface and shared a video of that new interface. Well...
  • Yahoo Search Testing Google-Like Interface
    Once again, Yahoo is testing a search results page layout and interface incredibly similar to the Google Search user interface. Ruben captured a picture of this and shared it on Twitter...
  • Google Keeps Pestering Us About Search Console Messaging
    Last week, I reported that Google is asking for feedback on search console messaging, so we linked to their survey, which is still available over here. But they don't stop...
  • Google Macintosh Bench
    What do you do with those old Macintosh Mac Pros? You can make a nice bench out of them in a sitting room. That is what, I think, Google did with some of theirs. Here is a picture from Google's Den

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