Daily Search Forum Recap: August 28, 2017
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:
- Google Fixes Google My Business Insights Reports With Data Loss?
Last week we reported that the Google My Business insights reports for photos was largely delayed. Well, I looked this morning and it looks like the numbers are now only a couple to a few days delayed...
- Does Google Local Q&A Needs Moderation
Last week, Google pushed the local Q&A to all mobile browsers and it is getting some serious use. But in some cases...
- Google Ignores Links To #
Do you use a hashtag or pound sign in your URL. For example the link URL is simply a hashtag or pound sign, one of these #. What should Google do with them...
- Personalized Duplicate Content
Minutes ago, I had someone ask me how they can make their "personalized duplicate content" search engine friendly. How can they SEO their duplicate...
- Google Tests New Expandable Sitelinks On Mobile
Google seems to be testing a new look for the sitelinks that expand, something Google has been doing for a few years now. But with the new tappable carousel sitelinks...
- Google Colorful Pipe Charging Station
Here is a photo I spotted on Instagram of a charging station at the European Google HQ office of a charging station. It looks like a dock of several charging cables coming out of colored pipes. This
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Adware Spreading Via Social Engineering, Facebook Messenger, WebmasterWorld
- Android Banking Trojan Developers May Have Found a Way Past Google Play Security, WebmasterWorld
- Google sent out a wave of "Mobile Ad Experience" violations this AM to Food Bloggers. Be on the look-out. 1/2 cc: @jenstar @rustybrick https://t.co/PsB21xFujU, Casey Markee on Twitter
- Limited features for borderline hate speech videos, YouTube Help
- Are these new? Totals could also be an interesting way to estimate engagement metrics for certain queries/ spots... https://t.co/Tvs5FeDnp4, Nate Harris on Twitter
- @OritSiMu Yes. There's a high HTML page-size limit at 10's or 100's of MB, but within that you can make really long pages :), John Mueller on Twitter
- Google is a wolf in sheeps clothing!, WebmasterWorld