It's been years now since SEOs have been using the link search operator at Google (e.g., link:yourdomain.com) and relying on it to provide meaningful data.
Just a quick blurb of news today - Content Keywords has been removed from Search Console.
I should have known better - there are always a few jerks who take a great thing and abuse it.
So Mozilla has a new browser add-on for Firefox called Test Pilot, which displays a link to the Wayback Machine whenever a user hits a 404 page.
Two years ago Google said they would extend the amount of historical data in their Search Console from 90 days to 1 year.
John Mueller announced on Google+ that the Python script which has been used to download and export query data in Google Webmast
I just heard about the Firefox explot, in the wild, which has been patched by Mozilla, so they, and I encourage you to update to V 39.0.3 right away.
Which means, effectively, that this is closing it down, unless you're using the CSE from that time.
Fathom on SEO Chat always has a perspective that's worth reading and thinking about.
Oh boy, oh boy, but lets start with the most important message from Google I/O
From SE Rountable:
Not too long ago Firefox broke news that they were dropping Google as their default search provider and moving on to a five year partnership with Yahoo.
HTTP is updating to HTTP/2! According to this article in Gizmodo, benefits include:
Is this the final reach that sinks Apple, cutting into their $180 billion in cash, or is this the leap that puts Apple over the top with one of the first fully functional automated cars.
There has been a buzz for a while now with regards to Apple developing their own search engine as opposed to using others.
This is actually scary:
Google recently launched their version of a mortgage calculator.
Google is looking for volunteers to test out a new way to report search queries in Webmaster Tools.
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