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721: new post   GoogleGuy Talks About The Latest Issues Involving Google and Webmasters
June 5, 2005
722: new post   GoogleThumbnails of Video In SERPs
Jan 6, 2009
723: new post   Googlebomb Algo - new details from Matt Cutts
"...we do two different things - both of them algorithmic - to handle Googlebombs: detect Googlebombs and then mitigate their impact."
Jan 26, 2009
724: new post   Googlebombs Foiled by New Link Analysis
"By improving our analysis of the link structure of the web, Google has begun minimizing the impact of many Googlebombs...." writes Matt Cutts, Ryan Moulton and Kendra Carattini of Google
Jan 26, 2007
725: new post   Googlebot Can Now Execute AJAX/JS
Googlebot can now get access to some dynamic content, potentially making Facebook comments, and similar, indexable.
Nov 2, 2011
726: new post   Googlebot Crawl Speed is NOT the same as Site Performance
There seems to be a growing confusion and even mythology around Google and site speed. It's becoming painful to read some of the junk around the web on this topic - and also stories from the people who tried to improve their site speed and hurt their rankings instead.
July 30, 2010
727: new post   Googlebot Crawling Down During April
"WebmasterWorld members were reporting Googlebot crawling activity was down for some times in April."
May 1, 2008
728: new post   Googlebot Indexing Anything it Finds
"I did a site: search and what do I see? My FTP log is cached by Google...and there has never been a link to it, ever!"
July 17, 2006
729: new post   Googlebot Is Getting Caught in robots.txt Spider Traps
I saw today that Googlebot got caught in a spider trap that it shouldn't have as that dir is blocked via robots.txt I know of at least one other person recently who this has also happened to. Why is GB ignoring robots? [br][br]...Perhaps we need a list from Google explaining EXACTLY under which circumstances they would/will ignore robots.txt, since they are essentially acting like a spam bot or scraper.[br][br]
Sept 4, 2011
730: new post   Googlebot Now Crawls via HTML Forms
"For text boxes, our computers automatically choose words from the site that has the form; for select menus, check boxes, and radio buttons on the form, we choose from among the values of the HTML." - Official Google Blog
Apr 12, 2008
731: new post   Googlebot Processing Javascript Functions
...rather than just mining for URLs within scripts, the bots are crawling even deeper than comments, processing JavaScript functions in a way that mimics how they run when users click on the objects that activate them.
May 18, 2012
732: new post   Googlebot User Agent Can Trip a Bug in ASP.NET 2.0
When this bug in .NET 2.0 kicks in, googlebot's user agent string generates a 500 HTTP Error status from an IIS server. This may have a poor affect on Google search traffic. Members note that other spiders can also trip the same bug.
Nov 7, 2007
733: new post   Googles New SERPs Layout Goes Into Effect
Long in beta testing...
May 6, 2010
734: new post   Government Declines Google's Request for Privacy
"The 18-page brief filed Friday argues that because the information provided would not identify or be traceable to specific users, privacy rights would not be violated."
Feb 26, 2006
735: new post   Group of Google Programmer Names On Patent Application
This patent describes how the removal of a web document by personal search users might eventually affect the more general search results.
Feb 22, 2007
736: new post   Hack Redirect Analysis from Google's John Mueller - scary stuff
If your page has been hacked this way, a user clicking on the Google search result will be redirected to another site, but ONLY THE FIRST TIME!
Feb 21, 2009
737: new post   Hacked Blog and Hidden Links - warning email sent by Google
"Got an email from Google that they have detected hidden links and have removed the site for 30 days and that I should file a reinclusion request."
May 8, 2008
738: new post   Hackers Exploiting Canonical Tags
I came across a website with canonical tags setup on all of their pages and they were pointing to a spam site. I suspect someone hacked in and changed the canonical tags to siphon link juice.
May 14, 2011
739: new post   Handling A DMCA Removal With Google Webmaster Tools
July 31, 2009
740: new post   Happy 13th Birthday Google
Google is celebrating its 13th Birthday, today, 27th September.
Sept 27, 2011
741: new post   Has Google Cut Back Its Site Crawling?
"One WebmasterWorld Member reports: 'On all Sites the crawling by Google decreased by around 98%.'"
June 16, 2010
742: new post   Has the Dial On Anchor Text Keywords Been Turned Down
Mar 28, 2007
743: new post   Hash Mark In URL Helps Tracking
Oct 23, 2009
744: new post   Having Google +1 button on a page will override robots.txt blocks!
Now this one is interesting.I just found this answer from a google employee in one of their forum threads. The +1 Button is only intended to be used on pages that contain all public content. By putting the button on a page we're taking it as an indication from you that this page is public content. This means that we will fetch your page even if crawler directives indicate otherwise.
Sept 2, 2011
745: new post   Host Crowding vs Brand Authority
Matt Cutts talks about one of the most contentious changes in Google history...
June 11, 2012
746: new post   How Big Brands Have Begun Gaming Google News
I'm an avid watcher of Google News. Understanding how it works is always something of a mystery. But what's clear is that whoever ends up as the top story on the front page or in each section of GNews, gets the most traffic.
Nov 22, 2011
747: new post   How Does the Google Algo Use Content-Language?
Our members discuss what happens to ranking when the content-language does not match the actual content for a large portion of the page.
Nov 6, 2009
748: new post   How Google Addresses Duplicate Content Due To Scrapers
June 9, 2008
749: new post   How Google Handles No-Indexed Pages
WebmasterWorld Members analyse how Google treats sites with no-index pages.
Apr 28, 2011
750: new post   How Google's Panda is Creating an Era of New Domain Spam
WebmasterWorld Members discuss how getting hit by Panda may result in even more domain spam.
Jan 6, 2012
751: new post   How Google's SERP interface might look by the end of 2014
WebmasterWorld Members debate how Google's SERPs may look in 2014.
Nov 19, 2013
752: new post   How Hacked Servers Can Hurt Your Traffic
Unfortunately there are all kinds of devious server hacks making the rounds these days. They usually depend on two factors: sites that use a common CMS (such as Wordpress) and site owners who do not update their software to keep security solid.
Dec 8, 2008
753: new post   How I Make Sense of Google's Complex Algorithm
In the past, we all knew that search engines were just a bit more complicated than they appeared, but we created mental models that did a pretty good job explaining the SERPs and we let it go at that... for a long long time. I like to think of those old models as the "punch list" approach - here's all the factors we think Google measures and combines into their recipe - let's make sure we hit each one.[br][br]Then, slowly but surely, something shifted. Keywords plus backlnks could no longer explain the rankings we started to notice. What on earth is going on?
Mar 7, 2012
754: new post   How Is It That Google Is So Fast At Delivering Search Queries?
"I type a query from any part of the world and within a blink of an eye the results appear."
Nov 1, 2007
755: new post   How Little Brands Become Big Brands
One of the common responses to anyone taking issue with Google's recent moves to give Big Brands preferential treatment over little brands has been... well then become a Big Brand!
Nov 15, 2011
756: new post   How Long Does it Take to Get a New Site Listed In Google Now?
Simple question, with a multitude of responses. A very interesting thread for those that frequently register new domain names.
Mar 18, 2005
757: new post   How My Life Has Changed One Year After Google Panda 1.0
"A year ago this past Sunday my worst nightmares were realized (No, not really, my family still has their health and I still have my dignity, but otherwise, yeah!).[br][br]Sure enough, on Feb. 26th, 2011 at 6:30 pm CST the traffic on my 10 year old site started into nosedive. Within a week, I had given notice to all of my 10 employees that they were about to lose their jobs. The only ones left were me and my wife.[br][br]
Mar 2, 2012
758: new post   How Punctuation in Keywords Affects Google Results
A summary of how Google currently handles punctuation in queries - there's just got to be something here that you don't have nailed down.
July 5, 2008
759: new post   How Search Engines Google and Bing Handle A Domain Name Change
"WebmasterWorld Members discuss a recent domain name changeover from old to new. Bing and Google scrutinized."
Dec 3, 2010
760: new post   How Secure Do You Feel your Rankings Are?
"...my feeling as standing on shaky ground. I'm not sure if this is a permanent feeling or not, but to me, holding a good ranking or a page 1 ranking for an extended period is less realistic."
Sept 14, 2009
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