Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: July 20, 2008

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itunes-subscribe-video.pngGoogle reveals the technology behind their rankings. Google AdWords links up keyword campaigns to placement targeting. Google gets slapped with a class action lawsuit over $136. Google search results continue to yo-yo. Google drops in traffic are due to links? Did you notice more Yahoo Search updates? Yahoo's site command is no longer needed. Has Ask stopped crawling the web? Google and Microsoft announced earnings that do not impress. Yahoo rejects Microsoft's bid, yes again. Google removes comic sans font from AdSense. Google Fridges begin to melt down. Check it out at SERoundtable.com.

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Barry Schwartz

07/25/2008 02:53 pm

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