Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: March 6, 2015

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This week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable we cover some news out of SMX West. Did Google’s Gary Illlyes say that Panda is now running constantly, instantly and in real-time? Google’s mobile-friendly algorithm is run in a real time and page by page basis, which is great. Google is toying with ranking pages based on how factually correct they are. I published the monthly webmaster Google report, so check it out. Google says you should nofollow your web design by links. Google said when moving a site, do it all at once to expedite the crawling. Google AdWords launched dynamic structured snippets and a brand new Android app for advertisers. Google AdSense sent breach notices to publishers, then apologized because it was a mistake. Google slaps on keyword rich anchor text on their AdWords blog when they announced their new auto insurance ad platform. Google Knowledge Graph now has links to book your hotels. Finally, Yahoo turned 20 years old this week and broke a yodeling record. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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