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WebmasterWorld Newsletter | April 2015
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Never a day goes by without someone asking about the latest Google Penguin update, and we know that Google has become very tight lipped about announcements in advance. Just in the last day or so a Googler confirmed that the next Penguin update might be the last time it’ll have a specific update. Penguin 4.0 could be the final time to count the numbers as Google moves to make Panda and Penguin build in real-time updates. No date was given about Penguin, however, we’re all watching for the change, either as an announcement, or as a change to the SERPs.

Keep a lookout on your sites and Google SERPs, and report in our update thread, which is usually the best place on the Internet to show when a change is occurring.

Over the last month our hot topics and news included more Google AMP news, a major action on Google over Antitrust, web hijacking statistics, desktop usage statistics and trends, and each provided our members with the opportunity to discuss and learn from these, and many other topics of relevance to their businesses.

Come on in and join the discussions, view WebmasterWorld’s Experts Directory, and make use of our very popular, and free SEO tools.

We look forward to seeing you in the forums.

We're Feeling Lucky
Jim and Neil

Here are some of WebmasterWorld’s Hottest Discussions and News this month.
Google Updates and SERP Changes - April 2016

Google Updates and SERP Changes - March 2016

Opinion: How SEO Best Practices Became Irrelevant

Google's Gary Illyes Indicates the Next Penguin Update Will be the Last

Google Announces it is to Entirely Redesign AdWords

Windows 10 Insider Preview Build Released: Run Native Bash on Ubuntu on Windows

Google Quality Rater Guidelines Update March 28

Bing Maps V8, Preview Release, HTML5, Better Map Control for Developers

Vivaldi Browser 1.0 Out of Beta

New Round of Google Sending out Bad Linking Notices

comScore: Data Suggests U.S. Desktop Use Has Passed Its Peak and Now Declining

Facebook Impersonation Tool Tested

Bing Ads Now Allows More Account Sharing Options

Chrome 50 (stable) Released for Windows, Mac and Linux

Google Takes Action Against "Clickjacking"

Over 750,000 Web Hijacking Incidents Tracked By Google in One Year

E.U. Charges Google For Abusing its Monopoly on Android OS

Opera now has a free and unlimited built-in VPN

Twitter Enables Multiple Tweet Reporting

Microsoft to Give Enterprise Admins Ability to Block Running of Macros

E.U. Considering a Tax on Google Showing Snippets

Microsoft Sues U.S. Government Over Secret Data Request Permissions

Google Tests News Headline Mobile Carousel To Now Only Contain AMP Articles

Adobe "Emergency" Flash Player Security Update for Windows, Macintosh, Linux and ChromeOS

Google Tests New AdSense Ad Unit With Minimal Design

Facebook Pays Hacker a $10,000 Cash Reward For Bug Bounty

Google's New Bumper Ads For Smartphones Starts May 2016

Bing Shopping Products Ads Now in the U.K.

Google Warns its Own Website is "Partially Dangerous"

Facebook Building AI For Real-Time Video Classification

Facebook Considers New Ways For Users to Make Money, Including a "Tip Jar"

Google Parent Alphabet, Q1 2016, Misses Expectations on Revenue Growth of 17pct

Microsoft Q3 Earnings Reports Income Fell to $3.76 Billion

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