Daily Search Forum Recap: October 2, 2014

Oct 2, 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:

  • 8 Weeks After Migrating To HTTPS: Google Webmaster Tools Analytics
    The day or so after Google announced there was a ranking benefit from HTTPS (tiny signal they said), I migrated my corporate site over from HTTP to HTTPS. I did so...
  • Was I Hit By Google Panda 4.1? Looks Like I Was...
    Last Thursday, September 25th, Google announced that they began rolling out Panda 4.1 - a revised algorithm to improve their detection of Panda like signals and ultimately aim at helping smaller sites do better with the algorithm...
  • Connection Time & HTTP Status Codes Used By GoogleBot For Crawl Efficiency
    There is nothing worse than knowing Google is having a tough time accessing your content unintentionally. Well, truth is, if you robots.txt or nofollow your site out of Google by accident, I don't feel bad for you. But if your server flakes out on you, then I do feel your pain...
  • Google Expands Dynamic Remarketing Ads
    Google is expanding their dynamic remarketing ads to more verticals including hotels, flights, real estate, classifieds, jobs, auto...
  • The Lyft Elevator Is Hairy
    Gyula Simonyi from Google Dublin went to visit Lyft, a peer to peer ridesharing start up in San Francisco, and snapped a picture of the elevator. Yes, it has a soft, furry blanket dressing the elevat

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