Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: March 13, 2009

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itunes-subscribe-video.pngGoogle launched a new beta for advertisers to target users based on their interests and online behaviors. Don't worry, AdSense publishers can opt out. AdSense had a major contextual relevancy bug that results in lots of lost money. Utah's House passed a law banning trademarked keywords for search ads. Google pushed off the Blog Search update. Microsoft is discontinuing their adCenter analytics. Google's keyword tool had major issues this week. SEM companies are weathering the recession just fine, according to a recent poll. 55 percent of SEO's won't take on pay for performance deals. Spaced out nofollow attributes currently don't pass value. Google Docs had a major security breach. Google Maps can't help you find a lost car but it may send horny men to your office. That was this week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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