Daily Search Forum Recap: July 4, 2008

Jul 4, 2008 • 5:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Forum Recap
 

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Weekly Search Buzz RoundUp - 07/04/08: July 4th, Flash Content to be Spidered & DoubleClick Affiliate Network
    Happy July 4th my American friends! While most of you are sleeping in, having BBQs, or enjoying the day, the Search Engine Roundtable authors are still keeping you abreast of what's new in the search world. So take a look in case you missed out this week! July 4th in the Search Industry Today is America's Independence day. And guess what? A lot of search engines and other sites actually participated in redesigning their logos
  • Happy July 4th from the Search Industry & JohnMu of Google Takes Break
    Happy July 4th everyone! We have special logos and themes from across the search industry, including a special logo from Google, Yahoo and even a pretty neat theme from us, the Search Engine Roundtable. Here is the logo from Google: Here is the outstanding Yahoo Flash logo: Ask.com's look: MSN actually added some July 4th love: Dogpile does not have a logo today, I am honestly shocked! They rocked it out the past years. In
  • Search Engine Optimization Plagiarism Runs Rampant on Blogs
    Jill Whalen (whose birthday is today -- wish her a happy one!) wrote a very logical article at High Rankings about the problem of SEO plagiarism. She explains that numerous not-so-established SEO types are regurgitating a lot of articles online and just switching up a few words, probably so that they can look smart. It's not so much the same as copyright infringement because of the fact that it's not a word-for-word regurgitation; instead, content
  • Google Maps Survey: You Can Earn $100 By Participating
    Do you reside in the US or Canada? Do you want to improve Google Maps? Google is looking for volunteers for a study which would involve you either going to Google's offices (if you're able), performing a study online, having a Google rep visit you, or by filling out an online survey. The actual study itself isn't exactly explained, but if you're interested, the URL to register and be considered for participation is: https://survey.google.com/wix/p0822776.aspx?referral_code=MAPS1 Google

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