Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: October 16, 2015

Oct 16, 2015 • 9:36 am | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap

This week, I tried to use my iPhone camera and a plug in microphone - I think it worked well for the most part, but let me know. Google seems to have penalized more black hats for unnatural links. Google will show iOS App content in mobile search by the end of this month. Google said mobile searches surpassed desktop searches worldwide for the first time. Google finally deprecated the AJAX crawl proposal this week. Wix is having issues being indexed by Google. Google Analytics shows NOT SET for the Search Engine Optimization query reports. Google said duplicate content and Panda are two different issues. Yes, you can have both a manual action and algorithmic penalty. Google said don’t forget to migrate your disavow file when going to HTTPS. Google wants to know how you define the Content Keywords report in the Google Search Console. Google is going to make the Google Search Console reports more useful, accurate and faster. Google said they may make your 302 temporary redirects act like 301 permanent redirects. Google said they won’t ban US AdSense publishers over EU cookie law. Google Maps has a new search layout and it collapses. Pierre Far has left Google after almost five years. Dana Lookadoo has a Scholarship Memorial Fund, please donate at SMX Israel is just around the corner, please register now. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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