Daily Search Forum Recap: June 30, 2009

Jun 30, 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:

  • 60% Of Our Readers Like The Bing Commercials
    About a week ago, we showed our readers many of the bing commercials and asked you guys if you liked them. To my surprise, about 60% of you said you do like them, while only about 25% of you said you don't like them. Here is the break down of the results: Question: Do You Like The Bing Commercials? :: Yes said 54 respondents or 59% :: No said 24 respondents or 26% :: Indifferent
  • The Perfect AdSense Professional Title
    About two weeks ago, we asked AdSense publishers what do you want to be called. Well, after almost 150 responses, I figured I share the results with you. :: Web Marketer said 30 respondents or 21% :: Web Publisher said 28 respondents or 20% :: Webmaster said 27 respondents or 19% :: Self-Employed said 24 respondents or 17% :: Web Developer said 14 respondents or 10% :: Web Editor said 6 respondents or 4% ::
  • Brand Name Links, I'll Take Them
    A WebmasterWorld thread has new conversation on branded links. By that, he means, getting links to your web site for your brand name. For example, if you link to this site with the anchor text Search Engine Roundtable over something like best search blog or something like that. Honestly, I'd take either, but I kind of prefer the Search Engine Roundtable link, because it is the name of this site. Why do I personally prefer
  • Google AdSense Firefox "Security Error"
    Since early February, Firefox users may have tripped on a Google AdSense security error. The error reads: Security Error: Content at http://googleads.g.doubleclick.net/ may not load data from example.com It happens on some configurations of Firefox, where the security prompt seems to be warning you that content from a third party is loading on this web page. There are threads as far back as February with this issue, specifically from Google AdSense Help. A newer thread
  • Google News Wants Our YouTube Videos
    The Google News Blog is asking Google News publications to sign up for the YouTube Partner Program in order to get your videos more exposure. If you use Google News, you would have noticed that they are playing up YouTube videos. Many of the results contain little YouTube icons, at least for the past month or so, to encourage people to view those videos. Here is a screen shot of how those icons are displayed

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