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Daily Search Forum Recap: March 13, 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:

  • Google: Focused Search Updates Daily & Core Updates Every Other Month
    When Google confirmed the Google update from the weekend, Danny Sullivan explained that it was a “core update” that happens only several times per year…
  • Google Confirmed Weekend Algorithm Ranking Shift As “Core Update”
    Yesterday we reported that we thought there was a Google algorithm ranking update over the weekend and to my surprise, Google actually confirmed it. Danny Sullivan at Google said on Twitter that yes…
  • Google Tests Dropping Full Google Logo On Mobile Search Results
    As I covered at Search Engine Land via Android Police, Google is currently testing a new rounded design that actually cuts out the full Google logo and replaces it with the small G icon…
  • Google AdWords Adds Message Reporting
    Google announced they are adding message reporting to the AdWords search ads reports. It is rolling out over the next few weeks and will help you analyze the performance of your click-to-message ads with Google. It is rolling out in the U.S., Canada, U.K., France…
  • Nicky Wake – 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. Nicky Wake is 46 years old, lives in Summerseat, a beautiful village in the United Kingdom, in the hills outside Manchester, with her family…
  • Fake Google Tajikistan Office
    We’ve seen these fake Google offices or stores around the world, mostly in third-world countries. They piggy back off the Google name to try to get customers to walk in. Well, here is one in Tajikis

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