Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: April 24, 2009

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itunes-subscribe-video.pngGoogle, Yahoo and Microsoft all reported pretty poor earnings this quarter, in fact, they all made history. I talked about how Google handles expired domains. Google's Gray bar PageRank score, what does that mean? I show how you can verify your profile in Google. Use Google's new Similar Image search feature. Microsoft is still faking their search referral data. Google began to push the new AdWords user interface on advertisers. Google also allows Google Base users to enhance their AdWords listings. SEOs are excited for the new Google Analytics API. Microsoft opens up ContentAds a bit more. Google AdSense beta tests category filters. Jeeves comes back in the UK. At the end of the show, I showed off the Earth Day logos from the industry. Thanks for listening and reading the Search Engine Roundtable.

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