Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: June 19, 2015

Jun 19, 2015 • 10:27 am | comments (1) by twitter | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

This week in search, we reported on a minor Google update I named the cricket update and then a larger Google update that had a lot of discussion but was not Panda or Penguin - I go into the second one in more detail. Google also reversed the Thumbtack penalty in less than a week and said it is not because of who invested in them but rather how they cleaned up the issue. Google explained more on the dreaded reconsideration request. Google said they don’t just let black hat spammers fight it out. Bing is going to go HTTPS and strip out all query data, just like Google did. Google said don’t add the no index to your body content either. Google updated their breadcrumb documentation. Google now has quote answer boxes without citations. Google has updated their cache page result. Google Maps apps warns users if the business is closed before you leave. Google added review stars for location extensions. Google AdWords upgraded URLs deadline is July 1st. Google AdWords will no longer support AdWords Editor 10.x or lower starting June 30th. Google AdSense has a new logo. Google said the UK sees more mobile searches than desktop searches. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

Make sure to subscribe to our video feed or subscribe directly on iTunes to be notified of these updates and download the video in the background. Here is the YouTube version of the feed:

For the original iTunes version, click here.

Search Topics of Discussion:

Please do subscribe via iTunes or on your favorite RSS reader. Don't forget to comment below with the right answer and good luck!

This week in search, we reported on a minor Google update I named the cricket update and then a larger Google update that had a lot of discussion...
Previous story: Google Search With Blue Navigation Links, Not Red Links?
 
blog comments powered by Disqus