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5 Types of Favicons We've Seen Since the Mobile Search Results Favicon Interface Update

Articles in Search Engine Optimization | By August R. Garcia

Published 4 months agoTue, 28 May 2019 16:56:43 -0700

Sir I can do you a nice favicon.

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It's time to build an affiliate site for cheap headphones near me, because nice SEO consultants literally cannot stop screaming about the mobile search result update that now shows sites' favicons. Here are five of the most novel ideas / interesting things that we've seen happen so far:

Favicon as Google Author Photos Replacement

Google Author Photos, which were discontinued in 2014, no longer exist. Unless you use this nice ghetto hack to insert your face back into search results. 

Twitter Screenshot - Favicon as Google Author Photos Replacement

Source:  https://twitter.com/CyrusShepard/status/1132013266715041792

'Click Here' Favicon

Self explanatory.

Twitter Screenshot - 'Click Here' Favicon

Source:  https://twitter.com/SteHughes90/status/1132283054867800066

Swatstika Favicons are Prohibited

No comment.

Twitter Screenshot - Swatstika Favicons are Prohibited

Source:  https://twitter.com/explorionary/status/1133060048383565824

Using a Fake 'Ad' Favicon is Prohibited

You probably don't want to do this, but if you did, then FUCK YOU.

Twitter Screenshot - Using a Fake 'Ad' Favicon is Prohibited

Source:  https://twitter.com/bhartzer/status/1133468618652553219

Favicons Used for Phishing

Hell yeah. It's time to run a nice phishing scam until you get hit with a DMCA or other similar complaint.

Twitter Screenshot - Favicons Used for Phishing

Source:  https://twitter.com/schachin/status/1132607825253785600

In Conclusion

It's time to get in on the favicon train, unless you don't want to, in which case, get the fuck out of here.

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