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  1. Damn, Google pulled the plug on this. It's all gone on desktop, nothing in the HTML, no popups on browser back button. Still works on mobile/chrome. I might have a trick to port mobile SERPs over to desktop and scrape the keywords. Don't want to go into details, Google probably has a Google alert and got a hit from this thread, lol.
  2. I'm sure the majority of search traffic will never see the suggested keywords popup because most folks don't hit the browser back button to go back and repeat the same search query. Also opening a Google search result in a new browser tab (Chrome) doesn't trigger the suggested search keywords, even If you go back and refresh the SERPs. Personally I open search results in new tabs since the invention of multiple browser tabs, it's just easier (IMO).
  3. Google is doing it for money and not compassion?
  4. This also works on mobile (Android/Chrome) and returns extremely GEO located suggested searches. Example If you search buy house and use a nearby town, not the town you're actually located (ex: buy house [nearby town]), Google will include suggested searches per some ranked organic listings for your exact location/town. Works the same way, click the ranked page, click the back button on the browser.
  5. So far I think Google is saying this person (X) searched for ma stock cnn and also searched for cnn money visa (example). Basically browser history. Maybe it's just me but I couldn't get the suggested keywords to show while running IE or Firefox, only works with Chrome.
  6. I've been researching and I'm certain Google is saying these keywords are for the exact domain/URL. The reason I say this is, search the keyword mastercard stock, Google returns keywords targeting exact domains (ex: ma stock cnn). Click the personalized related search (ma stock cnn) and it returns the same exact domain/URL (hxxp://money.cnn.com/quote/quote.html?symb=MA). I've seen other examples besides the Mastercard one with similar results targeting the domain/business name. I don't think these keywords are real time but they're recent. I've noticed some suggested keywords don't return the page/s ranked on first page of Google.
  7. people steal content?

    You should air your own grievances. #festivus-for-the-rest-of-us
  8. people steal content?

    It's an old 2013 web page indexed by Wayback. The version you see today for the same techsoup URL has been updated, probably multiple times over the years. The Wayback link is in my last post.
  9. people steal content?

    OP, it's the same author. The techsoup date is wrong (2013 > 2016) and probably for SEO (my old trick). The idealware page also links to techsoup.
  10. What I find amusing is, If this is such a big deal for Google why are they ranking/promoting http pages? BTW, Google has bounty pages for finding Google related hacks. Damn, you'd think https would cover their ass, lol.
  11. That's nothing. I guarantee the average non-tech person wouldn't pay attention to that example above while browsing the web on Chrome or any other browser. True, If it was a big red icon, someone might notice.
  12. Keep in mind Google has always tried to pitch new ideas and a lot of them fade away because nobody cared. I don't believe them when they say https has taken off recently. No doubt they're skewing things to make a point that favors their idea (https). Like they're saving the world (meh). We'll have to wait and see how dramatic Chrome looks down on http sites. If it's a browser toolbar icon, traffic won't even notice. If it's a SERP icon, sure, SERP traffic will notice. I'll wait. No hurry.
  13. Screw Google and their petty threats. Secure transactions for the right reasons, not Google's attaboy. Very few sites actually process their own transactions, they use a 3rd party like Paypal. The average site isn't trying to hide sensitive data even then there's big business like Equifax fucking that up with billions in profit. Can't afford someone smarter I guess. It's amazing their stock hasn't tanked. Either way, like I've already said, If someone wants in, they get in, it all depends on how bad they want in (motive).
  14. You're missing the point. Put a lock on every door of your house and leave a window open, someone is getting in. Same as a website. Who gives a shit about https when there's still holes in the site, every site. No site is completely locked down.