Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: August 21, 2015

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This week in search I cover how Google talks more about their penalty server, diagnosis tools. Google tells SEOs that it is wrong to tell their clients not to switch to HTTPS and they should feel bad if they do. Google said switching to HTTPS should not result in over a week or two of traffic drops. Google says they really never index all web pages. Why did Ripoff Report drop out of the Google index and fully return within 30 minutes? Google said lazy loaded content on mobile is not search engine friendly. Google has a new bug with their sitemaps reports. Google will discontinue the python download script. Google has been testing tweets in the desktop results for about a month. Google has a new smartphone user agent for iPhone. Google Sitelinks on mobile now expand and collapse. Google’s new mobile interface hides organic results. Google Image search on mobile has big filter buttons. Bing launched Bing Snapshots on Tap, beats Google Now On Tap. Google AdWords launched automated extensions for PLAs. Google Answers said they are wrong, no kidding. Google’s navigation links go from red to blue. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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