Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.
Search Engine Roundtable Stories:
Don’t Break The Google Guidelines Even If Someone Recommends You Do
Sometimes I don’t get how people can simply ask Google questions about how to spam Google…
Stop Messaging Danny Sullivan With Your Google Questions, He Is Not Ready Yet.
We all know that Danny Sullivan joined Google in part to help with communication issues with Google internally and the outside world. But that doesn’t mean Danny is yet ready to respond to questions.
Danny already shared stuff no one outside of Google knew…
Google Disables AdSense Accounts: Bug Or Cleaning House?
There are many complaints in the Google AdSense Help forums of mass AdSense account disabling over the weekend. Most, if not all…
Google Tests Single AMP Icon In Search Results Again
A month ago we caught Google testing a somewhat awkward layout for showing the AMP icon without the AMP text next to it. Shortly after that Google tested the AMP logo in blue with the word Instant next to it…
Google Q&A Feature Rolling Out On Desktop?
Last week, we reported Google was testing the local question and answer feature on the desktop search results for the local panel. Well, on Friday, everyone was able to see it from what I could tell. Now…
Cowboy Android Statue At The Google Austin Office
Here is a picture from Google’s office in Austin, Texas of an Android statue dressed up as a cowboy. You can even see the G belt buckle and of course, the holder for the Android phone. This was shar
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- 71 of the top 100 sites on the web use HTTPS by default, up from 37 a year ago – Read on https://t.co/7soQotxQav for more insights https://t.co/LdCwWOCXBe, Murat Yatagan on Twitter
- @glenngabe @rustybrick I know this has been covered but seeing image carousel ADS again (interesting) https://t.co/vVttBSaFvg, Vlad Rappoport on Twitter
- Voyaging Outside the Google Box, WebmasterWorld
- What SEOs need to know about Baidu in 2017, WebmasterWorld