Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: November 28, 2014

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This week in search, Google may have dropped a bombshell by testing or releasing a Penguin refresh on Thanksgiving day. Google also pushed out tons of manual actions over a Polish link network. Google expanded on why tabbed contented click to expand content may be discounted in the rankings. Google says they still use a lot of desktop factors, some that would surprise you, in mobile rankings. Google’s cache date is really dated, but Google says do not worry about it. Google again said stop thinking about PageRank, they won’t be updating it. Google said if your mobile test failed then make sure you are not blocking them. Google AdSense is testing a new font. Google mobile shopping ads got a ton of new features. The EU passed a resolution to persuade Google to break up their company. US court told Google they can do what they want with their search results. Did you know Barack Obama is the King of the Unites States, Google said so, it must be true. Also, Happy Thanksgiving, I got all the search logos for you. That was this past week in search at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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