Daily Search Forum Recap: July 1, 2009

Jul 1, 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:

  • How To Remove a Facebook Page in Google Search
    A Google Webmaster Help thread has a searcher asking Google how they can remove a Facebook page from Google. The page has been deleted from Facebook, but it still shows up in the Google Cache. Googler, Wysz, gave the searcher a detailed explanation of how he can remove this Facebook page. I'll quote him word for word: In this case, you'll want to do a cache removal request, which does not require the page to
  • Google Reverses Adult/Porn Site Penalties
    On Monday we reported that Google spanked the adult porn industry by penalizing many of the sites. There were many theories as to why those sites were penalized. It wasn't all the adult sites that were penalized but a nice percentage were. Sometime last night, Google seemed to have reversed the penalty. An updated Google Webmaster Help thread reports two of the adult webmasters saying their sites are back to normal in the Google index.
  • Google AdSense Australian Payments Not Being Issued
    We have covered time and time again about Google having issues paying publishers in this country or that country. This time, Australians are suffering from now being paid on time. There are at least two threads with reports of the delayed or no payments from Google this month. The threads include a Google AdSense Help and a WebmasterWorld threads. A Google representative posted in both forums, at WebmasterWorld he/she said: Your unpaid USD earnings from
  • Google's Support Forums Member Status Glitch
    We rarely cover forum news about the forums themselves, so I figured I pull out one significant thing that happened in the forums over the past 24 hours that is really bothering some forum members. As you know, Google has newish help forums, which launched in October. In the forums, each member is assigned a "level," which shows other members how active (helpful) a member is in a specific forum. The levels go from 1
  • Get Ready For The Google AdWords API v2009
    Yesterday Google announced the latest version of the AdWords API, version v2009. This is an upgrade from AdWords API 13 which was released in October 2008. There are major changes between v2009 and version 13 and Google wants you to be well prepared for the changes. To get ready for the new version, you need to apply for the beta of v2009. You can however begin playing with the v2009 sandbox at any time. You
  • Example Of Google Penalty Email Over Hidden Text
    A DigitalPoint Forum thread has a copy of a email sent to a webmaster for violating Google's webmaster guidelines. The email specifically shows the webmaster which guidelines they are breaking, in this case, hiding text. Here is a copy of the email: Dear site owner or webmaster of somewifi.com, While we were indexing your webpages, we detected that some of your pages were using techniques that are outside our quality guidelines, which can be found

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