Daily Search Forum Recap: October 30, 2014

Oct 30, 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:

  • The 2014 Google Halloween Doodle Going Live
    Above is an image of the 2014 version of the Google Halloween Doodle (aka logo). It is going live almost globally on all Google sites, starting properties such as Google Australia where it is already tomorrow there...
  • Negative SEO Is Real & Google Needs To Fix It
    There is no doubt that the perception in the industry is that negative SEO is a problem. So much so, that in our last poll, only 11% thought negative SEO doesn't work. Now that we have "white hat" clients requesting negative SEO and and most SEOs feel it is easy to do, it is an issue...
  • Google AdSense To Google Analytics Linking Updated
    Google said they've simplified the linking process between your Google AdSense accounts and Google Analytics reporting. Google said "you can link your AdSense account within Google Analytics in fewer steps and can also link your AdSense account to multiple Google Analytics accounts...
  • Google Analytics For The Big Screen (iPad App)
    What marketers don't like having dashboards, especially real time dashboards all over the place...
  • Google My Business Adds Awesome Features For Businesses
    Google announced they've added a ton of new features for business owners within the Google My Business (old Google Places) dashboard and Google My Business Android and (coming soon to) iOS app...
  • Google's T-Rex Gets Mummified For Halloween
    Louis Gray shared a picture of the t-rex on the Google campus, also known as Stan. They already dressed up Stan in toilet paper, as a make shift mummy. Nothing like taking old bones and mummifying th

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