Daily Search Forum Recap: March 4, 2009

Mar 4, 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:

  • Study: Fear Still Exists Over Google's Supplemental Index
    A month and a half ago, we polled our audience, trying to gauge how concerned SEOs are with Google's 'hidden' supplemental index. The results are now in, we have 80 responses and I wanted to share them with you. Here is the breakdown of responses to the question "Are You Concerned Over Google's Supplemental Index?" :: Somewhat Concerned said 32 respondents or 40% :: Very Concerned said 24 respondents or 30% :: Not Concerned said
  • Google AdSense Publishers Unable To Login Last Night
    Last night, I noticed dozens of reports that Google AdSense publishers were unable to login to their AdSense consoles. The first report came in at 1:59am (EST) from a Google AdSense Help thread. Most of these publishers noticed a new Google AdSense login page. The page then wouldn't allow them to login. The question is, is Google testing a new login page for AdSense? I know a lot of third party AdSense tracking tools stopped
  • Google SMS Search Goes Offline Again
    If there was a three strike rule for Google SMS Search, Google would have been out a long time ago. For the fourth time in about two months, Google SMS Search went offline again. The most recent, was the other day. We have two threads at Google Mobile Help. The first thread has confirmation from a Googler. Googler, Zeke said: Thanks for posting. Yes, we were experiencing some issues yesterday with the mobile aggregator used
  • Google AdSense Shows Reports In Euros For Some Publishers
    Google has announced the addition of showing a new currency for publishers based in France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain. So now, AdSense reports support both the US Dollar and now the Euro. Why the recent change? Well, besides for it being a very popular request (not just Euros but other currencies), AdSense publishers based in those countries have been very upset with the exchange rate Google uses this. Google said this will allow
  • Reaction: Microsoft Testing New Search Features: Code Name Kumo
    Microsoft Search, MSN Search, Live Search, Windows Live Search, and now Kumo? Yea, Microsoft is still finding themselves with a brand for search. Currently, Live.com is the search portal for Microsoft, but everyone knows they have issues branding that portal. Plus they need to differentiate. Until now, and even now, they are playing catch up with search technology, trying to get up to speed with even Yahoo. Google, well - they are pretty far ahead.
  • Google Search March 2009 Webmaster Report Update
    In our monthly tradition, we are reporting on the March 2009 Google Search changes as seen via the ongoing WebmasterWorld thread. You can see the February report that we posted last month to catch up. This month, one member feels Google is now weighing heavier on the keywords used in backlinks (anchor text) to determine page relevancy. Full member, jcmiras said: Assuming you searched for "word1+word2+word3" (without quotes), usually, we thought that all of the

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