SearchCap: The Day In Search, March 28, 2014

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From Search Engine Land:

  • IE8 Users Don’t Get Forwarded To Google Secure Search

    At the moment, users of IE8, still the most popular version of the Internet Explorer browser worldwide, are being sent to unsecure search on Google. The move to send users to Google regular servers instead of secure servers is related to Google seeming to work through how it deals with people still using the older […]

  • Still Newsjacking For Links? Forget That, Make The News Instead!

    We all know that Google frowns upon trying — in any way, shape or form — to get links (they’re serious, guys). Yet, links still play a very large role in determining SERP rankings. If you can’t ask for or chase down high-quality, authoritative links, what’s a marketer to do? You have to earn them. […]

  • The Benefits Of Participating In Our Professional Search Community

    As a search and internet marketer, it’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day work with our employers and clients, as well as the task of keeping up with the latest developments from search engines, social media platforms and industry tools. Today, I’d like to step back from this and discuss search and social […]

  • Webmasters Getting Creative With Their Link Removal Requests & It Works

    The new link building is link removal as some would say. Especially with all the craze around links and how they can get you penalized, link removal requests have become a thing all too familiar to anyone who runs a web site. The challenge, like with link building requests, is to get the webmaster you […]

  • Search In Pics: Google Spam Fighting, Venom At The GooglePlex & Sergey Brin Sky Diving Again

    In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. Google’s Brian White Fighting Spam: Source: Twitter Google’s Sergey Brin Skydiving With Google Glass: Source: Google+ […]

  • Google Now Allows You To Rearrange The Google Navigation Bar

    Google announced last night that you can now, or in the upcoming weeks as Google rolls it out, customize and rearrange the order of the products and apps within the Google navigation bar as you like. Meaning, if you want to move up the Google Maps icon and move down the Google Sites icon in […]

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Search News From Around The Web:

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