Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: May 29, 2015

May 29, 2015 - 9:10 am 0 by

This week in search we covered a weird and drastic change to the Google local search results, but it seems it was a bug that was resolved. Google also now supports iOS apps with App Indexing. Google Now launched Google Now on Tap, which also works with App Indexing. Bing also said they support App Indexing for both iOS and Android and more to come on that soon. Google accidentally showed us their Google Penalty server. Google AdWords launched a new Ad Group report. Google AdWords upgraded the AdWords Editor to version 11.1. Google has some funny and disturbing Google Answers. Emojis are still in the Google search results. Bing integrated the how old age bot into Bing Images. Google finally confirmed Matt Cutts was replaced as the head of search spam but is still on leave with Google. That is this week in search at Search Engine Roundtable.

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