Daily Search Forum Recap: July 31, 2017

Jul 31, 2017 • 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:

  • Pinterest A Spam Tool For Google's Organic Results?
    The ongoing WebmasterWorld thread has ongoing chatter about Google ranking shuffles but there is now a new uptick in complaints about Pinterest ranking very well in Google. Some people are saying that Pinterest is pulling a Wikipedia and taking over a lot of the top search results in Google...
  • Google, Is Okay With Commas, Even In Your Title Tags
    I am really not sure where these ideas come from, which is why I have stuff to write daily but this guy asked John Mueller if putting commas in title tags are okay or not. John...
  • Google Mocks SEO Experts Who Place Mass Content On Footer
    Gary Illyes from Google responded to a tweet last week on Twitter mocking "SEO experts" who place massive amounts of text on their footer. He said those are the same SEO experts who complaint they were hit by some sort of update...
  • Google Treats Details HTML5 Tag As Toggleable Display:None
    With all the confusion around expandable or hidden content on mobile espesially with the mobile first index coming eventually, it is no wonder we see so many questions around it...
  • Google Maps Local Ranking Algorithm Update On June 11th?
    There is a new thread at the Local Search Forums discussing ranking changes in the local pack that started happening mid-June. I did not see much or any discussion around this a month ago but now some local SEO experts are discussing it in the forum...
  • Google Mouthwash
    Here is a photo I found on Twitter from Eunice Bong who was at one of the Google offices this week. Eunice shared photos from one of the bathrooms showing Google's very own mouthwash. There are even

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