Daily Search Forum Recap: August 11, 2015

Aug 11, 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: Will Pipes In URLs Work?
    Yesterday, I wrote that Google was cool with pipes in title tags. But I did mention that back in 2010, Google said don't use pipes in URLs. So I asked Gary Illyes if that is still true, should you not use pipes in URLs these days...
  • Will Google Ban Their Parent Company's Web Site? Alphabet abc.xyz
    As you know, Google's co-founders launched a new company named Alphabet, which will be the parent company of Google and many of the other companies that were under Google. They launched a new site at abc...
  • Google Now Part Of Alphabet, Inc. - No Joke
    You've already probably heard the news, it is literally everywhere you look, Google, Inc. is now a company of Alphabet, Inc. Google's co-founders, Sergey Brin and Larry Page, started a new company named Alphabet...
  • Google Map Maker Has Officially Reopened In Six Countries
    Pavithra Kanakarajan, a Product Manager on the Google Map Maker announced in the Google Map Maker Help forums that Google Map Maker has reopened in six countries yesterday. This
  • Last Call For Speaker Pitches For SMX Israel
    Today is the last day to submit your speaker pitches for SMX Israel. I plan on personally reviewing the hundred or so submissions over the next several days. So please submit your pitch today (I won't be extending the deadline) by filling out this form. Again...
  • Google German: Yup, We Are On ABC-Strasse
    On Google+, Google Germany posted a picture of the street sign their office is on, ABC-Strasse 19. They joked, "We do not want to say what we could tell in advance ... but the best from the ABC-StraƟ

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