Daily Search Forum Recap: July 31, 2014

Jul 31, 2014 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | 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:

  • Mainstream SEOS Now Talking About Google Sandbox 2.0
    About a month ago, I saw some early discussions within the more blackhat SEO communities about a Google Sandbox 2.0, where Google began targeting possibly churn and burn sites from ranking well. That conversation is now creeping into the mainstream SEO forums...
  • Bing Takes Malware More Seriously With Bing Site Safety Reporting
    Bing announced they are launching a new malware and safety tool within the search results to better warn and communicate to both searchers and webmasters about safety issues with the listings...
  • Google Analytics Setting For Bot Filtering
    Google announced on Google+ that you can now easily filter out traffic from bots and spiders from showing up and being tracked in your analytics...
  • Bing Ads: New Interface & Features Announced
    Bing announced they are launching a new easier to use interface for Bing Ads, as well as releasing new features. The changes include: Auto-tagging. Bing Ads handles tagging automatically for you, providing more accurate reporting...
  • Framed Android Photos
    Google's Moritz Tolxdorff snapped a photo while at the Foundry, showing how Android photos are framed up on the wall throughout the space. He said, "Android is all over the Foundry today." Why? I am

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