Daily Search Forum Recap: January 20, 2009

Jan 20, 2009 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | 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:

  • Aaron Wall's SEO Toolbar Gets Major Buzz From Community
    I am not a heavy user of SEO tools or toolbars, but Aaron Wall's latest tool, he named The SEO Toolbar has received a ton of feedback and buzz from the SEM industry. The day it was released, which was some time last week, about a dozen or so SEO blogs wrote about it. Most people praised this toolbar as the only tool SEOs need. This toolbar is jam packed with features including link data,
  • Google AdSense Ad Filter Problem Might Be Related To Definitions
    Last week, I really gave it to Google hard with my post named Publishers Feeling Screwed By Google AdSense Competitive Ad Filter. In short, the complaints about the Google AdSense competitive ad filter not working had lingered on with no response from Google. Google caught wind of the increased level of dissatisfaction from publishers and finally posted in the WebmasterWorld thread saying: Sorry, guys. This one is entirely my bad. It's not that AdSense dropped
  • SEOs Discuss Impact of Google's "Preferred Sites" Search Preference
    Google Operating System wrote about a new personalization feature Google is testing, named Preferred Sites. How does it works? You go to your search preferences and enter in a list of domains or sub domains that you prefer. If Google finds a result from any of the sites listed in your preferred list, Google will bump up that listing to the top of the search results and label them as such. Here is a screen
  • Google's New AdSense Code Might Invalidate Your HTML Code
    A WebmasterWorld thread has a lot of discussion around the AdSense code not complying with the W3C validation requirements. Some webmasters want their pages to be 100% validate, and adding this code may ruin that. I am told the piece that invalidates the HTML is: id="cse-search-box" There is no word from a Google representative on this issue, yet. But I suspect we should hear soon about this. I mean, the thread is pretty active and
  • Getting Hacked May Also Hurts Your Google AdWords Campaign
    We have been covering the consequences of a site getting hacked from the SEO perspective, time and time again. See our hack tag for more articles on that. But it also may impact your Google AdWords campaign. A AdWords Help thread has discussion that an advertiser noticed his campaigns were stopped and his account looked to be suspended. An official Google representative, AdWordsPro Sarah, said the account was not suspended but rather "under review." Soon
  • Search Logos for Inauguration Day, Did Google & Yahoo Forget?
    Today is the day Barack Obama becomes the 44th President of the United States of America. It is Inauguration day and this one, is more hyped up then any other inauguration I have ever witnessed. That being said, we have logos from AOL, Live.com, DogPile and yours truely - but nothing from Google, Yahoo or Ask.com. I find it particularly interesting that Google doesn't have a special logo, knowing that the Google executives are huge

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