Daily Search Forum Recap: January 22, 2009

Jan 23, 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:

  • (Text) Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: January 23, 2009
    I am currently in Israel on a quasi vacation, so I need to skip the video part of this recap. If you are in Israel and want to meet up with me, I am heading to the Jerusalem Web Professionals meet up, this Wednesday night January 28th at 8pm (local time). It is at PresenTense Offices on 64 Emek Refa'im (1 Flight up above the Bridal Shop). You need to register either over here or
  • Google's SVP Rosenberg Said AdSense Revenue Down Due To Arbitrage Cleanup
    In the Google earnings call, that we reported earlier, Google's Senior Vice President, Johnathan Rosenberg, said on the earnings call: AdSense revenue was weaker, though AdSense for content was strong. When it comes to AdSense for Search, we did a lot of arbitrage cleanup in Q3 and Q4. This quote comes from a WebmasterWorld thread, and discusses the significance of such a statement. Made for AdSense sites (MFAs are banking on arbitrage and Google promised
  • Your Site May Harm Your Computer? Get That Google Label Removed In Hours
    Google will label sites in their search results as harmful, when the site is believed to have malware on it. The last thing Google wants to do, is help an unsuspecting searcher land on a web page that can infect your computer. So Google takes a proactive approach to discovery and labeling malware results. But sometimes, your site can be found to have malware. Malware can get on your site through being hacked or through
  • How To Use Google To Recover a Lost Web Site
    A Google Webmaster Help discussion thread shows a good way to recover lost web pages using Google. First, Googler, JohnMu, recommends you take down your website down immediately. He said, "do not let the server respond to any requests. This is important because otherwise the cached pages will be overwritten by whatever content you have online now." Second, use the Warrick Tool, which will look at Internet Archive, Google, Live Search, and Yahoo for caches
  • Google & Microsoft Announce Earnings
    In the past two days, Google and Microsoft have announced earnings. Google's announcement is over here and Microsoft's announcement is over here. The market had time to react to Microsoft's announcement of cutting 5,000 jobs and a weak outlook on sales and products. Microsoft (MSFT) saw a 11.71% drop in their stock price based on that announcement. Google released their earnings report yesterday, after the market closed. It is hard to predict if their stock

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