Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: April 17, 2015

Apr 17, 2015 • 10:52 am | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

In this weeks video, I speak for some time about the conflicting reports from Google around Penguin and Panda and if Google intentionally misleads us or if there is a valid reason for it. Yandex is going back to adding links to their ranking algorithm. Bing is showing mobile friendly labels in their search results. Google is now showing uninstalled Android apps in the mobile search results through App Indexing. Google said the mobile friendly algorithm will only impact the core ten blue links. Google said your site will not be delisted if it is not mobile friendly. Google officially dropped the URL in the mobile results for site name and breadcrumbs. Google is testing line breaks in weird places in the mobile results. Google is testing a people also ask section. Google change of address tool now officially supports subdomains. Google AdSense launched new performance reports. Google AdWords had a bug with their preview tool. The EU is opening anti trust charges against Google, it is serious. Yahoo renewed their deal with Microsoft but it gives them more ways out of using Bing in the search results. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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In this weeks video, I speak for some time about the conflicting reports from Google around Penguin and Panda and if Google intentionally misleads us or if there is a valid reason for it. Yandex is going back
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