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 Cutts: Links From Press Releases Won't Help
An old fashion and sometimes often used method today, to get links to your web site, is to use press releases with embedded links in those releases. So you'd contract a press release
- Google: You're Not Indexed Cause Your Links & Server Are Poor
Most SEOs know that links are a very important ranking factor in Google's algorithm. Links can make or break your site, literally. Google's Matt Cutts responded to a question in the Google Webmaster Help forums explaining just that...
- ExpertSexChange.com vs ExpertsExchange.com: Google Ain't Fooled
When picking a domain name for your business, do you stay away from domain names that might be read in an adult way...
- Google's Cutts & Mueller Helping Webmasters On Christmas
Like previous years, including last year, both Google's John Mueller and Matt Cutts were spotted answering questions from webmasters in their support forums.
- Matt Cutts Pulls A Jurassic Park Scene
Yesterday, Christmas Day, the Google Webmaster Video selected to be shown on their YouTube channel was of Matt Cutts reenacting a scene of Jurassic Park. In this scene...
- Wooden Google Room
Laura Ben-David shared a photo on Facebook while she was at the WordPress event in Israel, which seemed to be hosted at a Google Israel campus. The room in this picture looks like the only fully wood
- 2012 Christmas Logos From Search Industry
Merry Christmas to the search community and everyone reading this site. Like we do every year, I wanted to post the special Christmas logos from the search industry here, to archive them forever...
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- One trick I've found very helpful lately is to configure…, Erik Dafforn - Google+
- Google Authorship & Link Diversity As we know, root domain…, John Britsios - Google+
- Googles Automatic Author Association For those that have…, John Britsios - Google+
- Googlebot found an extremely high number of URLs on your site, Google Webmaster Help