Daily Search Forum Recap: August 25, 2014

Aug 25, 2014 • 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:

  • Beware Of Google Matt Cutts Impersonators
    Truth is, this is nothing new, people have been impersonating Matt Cutts since the GoogleGuy days. I've seen many comments here from "Matt Cutts" that were indeed not from Matt Cutts, I've seen people claim Matt emailed them when he did not...
  • Amazon Working On Google AdSense Competitor?
    Amazon is reportedly working on their own ad network to compete with Google and Microsoft Bing's ad business. The Wall Street Journal reports: Amazon.com Inc. is gearing up to more directly challenge Google Inc...
  • How I Deal With SEO Outsourcing Calls
    If you are anything like me, you get several sales pitches a day, including one or two requests from companies to outsource your SEO or web development to them. My company on average gets three phone calls a day with SEO and web development outsourcing requests...
  • Google Search Now Understands More Than One Language At A Time
    Google announced it can now understand more than one language spoken in the same speaking session. Google said, "with the Google Search app on Android...
  • Althea Gibson As Tennis Player A Google Doodle
    On the Google home page today in the United States is a special Google logo, aka Google Doodle, for the 87th birthday of Althea Gibson. She is known by many as one of the greatest tennis players ever but more importantly...
  • Google & Android Ice Bucket Challenges
    Everyone is doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and even Android himself. Here is an animatedGIF, posted by Android on Google+, of him doing the challenge. Also, we have Google Dublin and Sarah Price

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