Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: August 28, 2015

Aug 28, 2015 • 10:06 am | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

This week in search, Google officially brought Twitter to the desktop search results. Google said content mismatch errors might lead to not getting the HTTPS ranking boost in the future. Google News Publisher center added a way to link up your News App. Google changed the interface for how they show apps in mobile search. Google says they only discover links on pages that return a 200 status code. Google has a bug with their video indexing. Google has another bug with their Status Index report in the Google Search Console. Google Search App had errors opening to other apps. Google News Sitemap bug won’t be fixed anytime soon. Google said they still be end up depressing the AJAX crawling proposal. Google reminded businesses to login to their Google My Business account once a year or else risk being delisted. Google Map Maker expanded to the United States and 45 countries. Google search by image bug is now fixed. Google had two important hangouts, one on app indexing and one on security and hacking. Did you know that 36% of webmasters know they were hacked and 10% failed to fix it. That was this week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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