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Daily Search Forum Recap: February 21, 2018

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:
  • Will Google Search Ranking Algorithms Use Chrome Ad Blocking Signals
    Glenn Gabe asked if Google would be using those signals used to block ads in Chrome as ranking signals or factors for ranking in the future.
  • Google To Port All Old Search Console Features To New Version
    On a daily basis I see complaints around the new beta Search Console which began rolling out recently about how it is missing many of the features from the old version. Google is aware of these complaints and is not removing the old version anytime soon...


  • Google: We Changed Request Indexing Limits & Quotas Over Spam & Abuse
    When Google first changed the request indexing limits and quotas in the Google Search Console tool, Google was pretty cryptic and secretive about the whole situation. Just the other day, they documented the new quotas...
  • Google Tests Multiple Images In Featured Snippets?
    @Adoubleagent shared a photo (well, multiple) on Twitter of Google showing not just a single featured snippet image but multiple images in the featured snippet. I don't believe I've seen multiple images in a featured snippet and for the life of me...
  • Google AdSense Auto Ads Now Out Of Beta
    Last September we told you about a limited beta running through AdSense named auto ads. Well, now, as of this morning...
  • Duane Forrester - The Search Community Honors You
    This is part of the say something nice about an SEO/SEM series - feel free to nominate someone over here. Duane Forrester has been in the SEO/SEM industry for a couple decades now...
  • A Shiny Google Slide
    Google is known to place slides throughout their offices, they've done it for over a decade. I am not sure how much use the slides get but they are there. Here is a photo of one of the main older slid


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