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 Quality Raters Review Algorithms, Not Individual Web Sites
SEOs are somewhat obsessed with the Google quality raters despite Google saying repeatedly that these consultant do not have direct access to change any of the rankings for any of the sites in their index…
- Google: Our SEO Starter Guide From 2010 Is Still Relevant
In September 2010, about seven years ago, Google released their “Search Engine Optimization Starter Guide”…
- Google Hints At Data Changes In New Google Search Console; More Of It
As you know, the new Google Search Console beta is in the works and Google actually admitted to it the other day. Yesterday…
- Google Crawl Limit Per Page Now Couple Hundred Megabytes
Last time we reported this, I think, was when Google was able to crawl 10 megabytes per page. Well now that is up to a couple hundred megabytes per page.
- Matt Cutts Still Giving Webmasters SEO Help
Over three years ago, Matt Cutts stepped away from Google eventually joining the government workforce and officially resigning as every one expected to happen over the months.
But Matt is still offering webmasters SEO advice.
- Google Zurich Office Held Up By Two Trees
I spotted a photo on Instagram from the Google Zurich office showing part of the building being held up by two large tree trunks. Andres Herzog who posted the photo said they are currently undergoing
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Developers can now use #ActionsonGoogle to create #GoogleAssistant apps for British English! Learn more at: https://t.co/sOfC8CMbgm https://t.co/wwTi7lVcGw, Google Developers on Twitter
- Introducing the new Google Earth for iOS, Google Maps Help
- Issues with viewing main menu items on new Google Earth 9 for iOS, Google Maps Help
- @gerdnaschenweng @methode @googlewmc We’re pretty good at dealing with redirects — use the version that’s technically correct., John Mueller on Twitter
- @w00tert We don’t recommend the AJAX-crawling scheme anymore, I’d recommend using normal URLs w/pushstate instead., John Mueller on Twitter
- Celebrating Dolores del Río, Google Doodle
This is a news feed, by author Barry Schwartz, the original post can be found here Daily Search Forum Recap: August 3, 2017.