Daily Search Forum Recap: October 22, 2015

Oct 22, 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:

  • More Signs Of The Google Halloween Zombie Update
    On Tuesday, I covered signs up an upcoming update touching down that morning, as well as some Panda signals hitting around October 14th. Well, the chatter in the community over the past few days, starting around October 20th throughout October 21st and this morning...
  • Webmaster: Google Panda Rollout Moving At Recrawl Rate Pace
    Webmasters and SEOs want to know why is Panda 4.2 such a slow roll out? Google has told us this is the case for "technical reasons." But why...
  • Google Maps Keyword Stuffing Name Ranks
    Linda Buquet shared in her Local Search Forums a Google Maps ranking trick that she is even surprised that work. She acknowledges that having keyword and city name in your business listing name works well for ranking in Google Maps or Local results...
  • Yelp On South Park Leads To Hoax Lawsuit
    A week ago, Yelp was featured on South Park under the episode title You're Not Yelping, it is incredibly funny. The characters go into restaurants, tell the owners they are Yelpers, and the owners give them top preferential treatment...
  • Google Shows Live Sports Scores In Wrong Order
    A complaint in the Google Web Search Help forums has a sports enthusiast pointing out that Google is displaying the live sports scores in the wrong order. The home team is suppose to show first the searcher said. Another searcher said...
  • GoogleBot Army
    Here is a scary sight for you - about a 100 GoogleBots lined up in army formation ready to go to war - or on a crawl. John Mueller posted this picture on Google+, sharing one of the gifts Google is g

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