Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: November 9, 2008

Nov 9, 2008 • 8:45 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngIn this weeks video recap, I covered the major news that Google's search engine had major quality issues and had to revert back the algorithm changes over the weekend. Part of that, we gave you an update on the current state of the Google search results. We asked if new signs show Google is dropping PageRank from the Toolbar. Google dropped Yahoo, and Microsoft no longer wants it. I spoke with Google's Nick Fox about AdWords. AdWords added trademark symbols to their keyword tool. Google is moving to new help forums. Ask.com brough Jeeves back, as a joke. But their algorithm is down the toilet. Most SEOs should get marketing or programming degrees. Should have Schmidt backed Obama publicly? 55% of us said no. Hope you voted on Election Day. We will be at PubCon in Las Vegas this week, hope to see you there!

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Comments:

Allan

11/10/2008 09:58 am

Jerry Yang is probably feeling the heat from within. Yahoo! board was a co-conspirator for not taking a buyout offer from MSFT, but it'll probably start to abandon Yang as the critics grow louder.

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