Search Pulse 36: Google Tools, Spider Craze, Jailed Google Bomber, PageRank Chatter & More

Sep 20, 2007 • 9:33 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Pulse Podcast
 

the-pulse-icon.jpgThe 36th edition of the Search Pulse is now available for download. I was not on this show, but Ben and Chris covered many of the exciting topics for the past two weeks. From Google Webmaster Tool's new design and PageRank issues to how Google spiders large sites. Heck, even a Google Bomber went to prison. We discussed many other topics. The topics we covered are listed below, in order of priority (based on search community buzz). You can download the MP3 file and listen at your convenience.

Oh, did you know that the show is one year old now? We had our first show on September 5, 2006, congrats guys!

Topics We Covered:

  1. Google Webmaster Tools Not Showing PageRank Pages for Some Sites?
  2. Can Google Ever Spider 29.5 Million Pages on One Site?
  3. Is Imprisonment Too Harsh a Punishment on a Googlebomber?
  4. Is PageRank Juice the Only Value of a Link?
  5. Google Webmaster Tools Updates Interface
  6. Don't Expect Any PageRank Updates, Says Matt Cutts
Lightening Round:
  1. Overture Keyword Suggestion Tool Seems Dead
  2. Google Trying to Remove RSS Feeds from Search Results
  3. Does Google Ban Parked Domain Sites?
  4. Can You Improve Rankings by Cleaning Up Website Code?
  5. Is it Overkill to Include Many Different Google Keyword Match Types?
  6. Do You Need a Break from SEO?
  7. September '07 Yahoo Search Update?
  8. Possible GoogleBot DNS Issues Causing Indexing Issues at Google.com
  9. Achieving Google AdWords Certification
  10. Does Word Position Matter On Keyword Phrases?
  11. Preventing Google from Caching PDF Files

The topic list is in order of how I wanted the conversation to go. I felt that these were the most talked about and discussed topics in the search community. Again, you can listen to the MP3 file here.

Tune in next week on Tuesday, 5pm (EST) at WebmasterRadio.FM.

For our past shows, please visit the Search Pulse archives and browse through them all.

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