Daily Search Forum Recap: November 12, 2014

Nov 12, 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 Philae Doodle Recognizes The First Controlled Touchdown
    Hours ago, Google posted a Google Doodle for the Philae spacecraft...
  • Google: HTTPS Support Has Grown 300% In Past Two Years
    Ilya Grigorik from Google, he is the man there obsessed with speed, SSL and mobile, has shared some interesting stats on the adoption of HTTPS across the top 300 sites on the web. (1) HTTPS adoption for the top 300K sites has grown by 300%+ over the last two years...
  • Google Trends Now Shows What's Trending On YouTube
    Google announced yesterday on Google+ that Google Trends at google.com/trends now has a new feature to show you the top 200 trending videos on YouTube. Currently it works in the US...
  • Google Search Time Conversions
    One thing I do all the time and hate to do is figuring out a good time for a meeting between my location, New York and places overseas, like in Australia, Israel, the UK and so forth. There are web sites that do the conversion, but I find it always confusing...
  • New Google AdWords Bid Strategies Reports
    Google announced on Google+ that the AdWords reporting interface now has two new reports around bid strategies. If you do not see them yet, don't worry...
  • Union Square, San Francisco Android Ad
    Thomas Devaux from Google posted a picture on Google+ of a new ad he spotted in Union Square, San Francisco. An Android advertisement at the corner of Stockton street. It reads "be together, not the

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