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This Week In Search

Welcome back to another week and all the latest search and SEO news from the week past. This week we discussed the ultimate SEO quiz; consumers feel Google search; how to get Google calendar events in the search results; is rank tracking useful in modern SEO; Google's last penguin update?; Google says don't worry too much about page speed; Google expands amp into news; New Google manual action algorithm penalty; Google ranking algorithm hits and Google on footer boilerplate content!

Here's the video version (podcast is below that);

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This Week In Search

Welcome back to another week and all the latest search and SEO news from the week past. This week we're getting into how Google processes different algos to determine sites ranking; Google Paul Haahr on patents and SEO; Google local ranking signals; how does Google determine my local ranking; Google testing the new penguin algorithm; what is Google rankbrain; when fake good reviews are bad for business and more!

Here's the video version (podcast is below that);

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Posted by on in Industry News
This Week In Search

Welcome back to another week and all the latest search and SEO news from the week past. This week we're getting into the Google Q&A, 302s passing PageRank, Google's RankBrain and much more.

Here's the video version (podcast is below that);

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Yesterday week I was watching a Hangout with (among others) Andrey Lipattsev, Search Quality Senior Strategist at Google. At one point Rand, Eric and Ammon were talking to him about some experiences they'd tested with click data, and asked if indeed Google was using it in some form.

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Long story short, Andrey couldn't really confirm nor deny the specific instances the boys mentioned, without more information. He did however imply that in some instances (shorter temporal ones) there could indeed be some ranking benefits from said signals.

That of course is interesting as Googlers have generally distanced themselves from that as being too noisy and spam-able. I myself have had that reply in the past when talking with former web spam team head, Matt Cutts.

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