Daily Search Forum Recap: August 10, 2011

Aug 10, 2011 • 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 Panda 2.4 Hit? Is It Rolling
    A WebmasterWorld thread has some early reports that Google has done yet another Panda update. Google Panda 2.4 would be the next update. We already had a 2.3 update just about July 22nd. Some are suspecting this is a rolling update...
  • The Big ORM Tease: Ripoff Report Temporarily Removed From Google
    Yesterday the news broke that Ripoff Report temporarily removed themselves from the Google Index. At first, people thought that Google may have banned them. But that was not the case...
  • Google Images Better at Sourcing Original?
    A WebmasterWorld thread has some members who focus on watching Google Image results stating that Google Images is now better at figuring out who the original source is. One SEO said: I'm doing the happy jig at the moment...
  • Google's Matt Cutts Produces Longer SEO Videos
    Matt Cutts of Google announced at Google + that he is now producing more detailed and longer SEO videos, instead of the shorter ones. Here are the first two...
  • Large Google Sitelinks Now The Real Deal
    The number of reports I have been receiving on Google showing 12 huge sitelinks in the search results has been overwhelming. Personally, I still cannot replicate the huge sitelinks. It isn't new...
  • Google I/O Stuff
    Google I/O was a few months back and here is some additional prizes schwag from the event. The picture was taken Christine and posted on Flickr in May.

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