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Daily Search Forum Recap: June 27, 2022


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.

Google has updated its crawl stats help document, it is worth a review. Google will pay Wikipedia for content used in knowledge panels and Google Search. Microsoft Bing is testing this weird “click to see full result” feature. Bing is also testing “from this page” enhanced featured snippets. As a reminder, Google has not had a supplemental index in a dozen or so years. Plus, I have a super fun vlog for you of an SEO contest between an SEO couple – Jaimie and Jon Clark.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Google Updates Crawl Stats Report Help Docs

    Google has also updated the crawl stats report help documentation last week. Google made a lot of support documentation changes in the past week including product rich results, Googlebot doc, job posting help doc, moving the HTTP status codes doc and also this crawl stats report help document.
  • Reminder: The Google Supplemental Index Has Not Existed In Over A Decade

    Over the past several days I have noticed a bunch of SEOs sharing information about the Google supplemental index and talking SEO strategies related to it. Just as a PSA, the Google supplemental index has not been in existence for a dozen or so years now.

  • Bing Search Results Tests “Click To See Full Answer”

    Here is a weird one from Microsoft Bing, it seems to be tested “click to see full answer” in its search results answer section before showing you the answer. I mean, this seems super counterintuitive for a search engine to require an additional click, but hey – search engines test a lot of things.
  • Bing Testing From This Page Featured Snippet On Steroids

    Microsoft Bing is testing what might be a featured snippet on steroids with a section named “from this page” in the search results page. This box shows you detailed automated generated question and answer content.
  • Google To Pay Wikipedia For Content In Knowledge Panel & Search

    A week or so ago, Wikipedia announced Wikimedia Enterprise, a paid service for large organizations who want to repurpose Wikimedia content, to pay for that content. So Google, who repurposes a lot of Wikipedia content, will start to pay for content shown in Google Search, like the knowledge panels.
  • Vlog #179: Jaimie Clark vs Jon Clark – Who Is A Better SEO?

    Jaimie and Jon Clark came for a visit and we all spoke SEO and a lot more. Jaimie Clark is the VP of SEO at Centerfield, she was previously the Head of SEO at Wirecutter, a New York Times company…
  • Graffiti Urban Artist Climbs To Place Art Outside Google Dublin

    I spotted this photo of what I first thought was someone trying to find a way to break in to the Google Dublin office and self-incriminating himself by foolishly publishing it to Instagram. Instead, h

Other Great Search Threads:

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Industry & Business

Links & Content Marketing

Local & Maps

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Other Search


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Jeff Ferguson On Issues With SEO Studies & Ranking Factor Studies


Jeff Ferguson

In part one, we go through Jeff Ferguson’s long history in search marketing. In part two, we pick up with him starting his own agency. Then in part three we talk about the state of SEO studies.

In short, he goes off on his rant on SEO studies done on ranking factors and other areas. In short, he was not a fan of those studies and he wrote a lot about how they were done wrong. He wasn’t saying the intent was wrong, the companies that made these studies really wanted to help. But doing ranking factor studies are just too hard and really hard to prove.

Of course, it ruffled a lot of feathers in the SEO community. But he goes through more on why he did what he did and what he wanted to get out of it.

You can learn more about Jeff Ferguson at Amplitude Digital and follow him on Twitter @CountXero.

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Apple Maps Street View Camera Backpack


Apple Maps Street View Camera Backpack

Here is a photo of some guy walking around Israel with an Apple Maps street view backpack. It was captured by Hillel Fuld the other day and posted on Twitter.

Google has its own street view backpack, which is more impressive to look at.

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Googles interna menysystem spårar Googles matpreferenser


Google Internal Menu System Tracks Food Preferences Tweets

En Googler delade skärmdumpar av resultatet från Googles interna menysystem där det berättade för henne att hon en dag undviker sallader och sedan måste hon ha ätit några sallader för att rätta till det och nästa dag stod det att hon njuter av sallad. Jag är bara förvånad över att Google spårar maten som Googler äter och ger förslag.

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