Daily Search Forum Recap: September 1, 2014

Sep 1, 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:

  • Google's New Home Page Disabled For More Browsers
    Last week, we reported that many searchers began complaining they were getting the old Google home page but Google is actually doing this on purpose. This is not a bug. If you see the old Google home page that has a black top navigation bar, it is by design...
  • Google Top Contributor Meetup In Munich
    It seems like Google is preparing to host a top contributor meetup in Munich...
  • Google AdSense Paginated Ads (Click On The Circle)
    This morning I spotted Google testing or maybe pushing out a new AdSense format that enables the ad to have more than one page of content. In the screen shots below, you will see an AdSense ad with two circles at the bottom center of the ad...
  • On Labor Day, Google Skips A Doodle Again
    Today is Labor Day in the United States of America and like every year, Google doesn't do a special Google Logo, aka Doodle, for the day. Instead, they've been placing a small American flag approximately 80 pixels below the Google search box...
  • Proof Google+ Is Still Alive: Sponsors Maraton CDMX 2015
    Mary Carmen Albarrán from the Google Mexico team posted pictures of the Maraton CDMX 2015 run and showed how the finish line has the Google+ banner on the floor. Maybe this is proof Google+ is alive

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