Daily Search Forum Recap: December 11, 2014

Dec 11, 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: Those Penguin Fluctuations Are Our Ongoing Optimizations
    We've been seeing an incredible amount of activity around sites impacted by Google's Penguin algorithm over the past few weeks, smack inside the busiest holiday shopping season...
  • Bing Reveals Their Panda Algorithm: Content Quality
    The other day on the Bing search blog, Bing's Michael Basilyan posted a nice amount of detail around how their algorithms determine content quality. In the Google world, this may be similar to how Google's Panda algorithm works but not exactly...
  • Google AdWords Editor Version 11
    Google announced a new version, written from the ground up, of the AdWords Editor. AdWords Editor is a faster way for power users to manage their AdWords account and the new version aims to improve efficiency with the tool and their users...
  • Google Says Spain Forcing Them To Shut Down Google News
    Last night, Google announced that in response to the new Spanish law, Google will have to shut down Google News within Spain. Spain's new law forces Google to pay a fee for showing snippets of news results in Google News...
  • Astronomer, Annie Jump Cannon's Google Doodle
    On the American Google home page today you will see a special Google logo, aka a Doodle, for the 151st birthday of Annie Jump Cannon. Annie Jump Cannon was an American astronomer born December 11...
  • Storm Preparations At The GooglePlex
    Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California, typically always has perfect weather no mater what time of year. So when they had a bit of a bad patch of weather come through, Googlers had to pr

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