Daily Search Forum Recap: July 10, 2009

Jul 10, 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:

  • Google Showing UK Users UK News Only
    WebmasterWorld administration, engine, reported in a WebmasterWorld thread that he is now only seeing UK news at Google.com. He said, in the past, when he wanted UK news he went to Google.co.uk, but when he wanted US news, he went to Google.com. Now, since he is based in the UK, he only sees UK news at Google.com. Engine is a bit upset, adding, "Google has taken one of my toys away, and I want it
  • Bing Organizes Webmaster Content in "Bing Toolbox"
    Let me start off by saying this is not brand new, but Microsoft is now making sure people know about the Bing Toolbox. The Bing Toolbox is basically a landing page that has links to the most important webmaster tools that Bing manages. That includes features such as: Submit a siteAdd a SitemapGet an API keyBrowse API toolsAccess webmaster toolsSee Bing community forum & blogsAnd more... Here is a screen shot of how the page
  • Can Someone Else's Search History Show Up In Your Google History?
    Google's web history is great for finding things you have searched for in the past. It comes in handy for many reasons. In fact, it even helped a parent catch his son searching for porn, but is it always accurate? Every now and then, I see threads pop up with complaints that someone else's search history is showing up in that person's Google history. I always dismiss it as someone else accessing this person's computer
  • Google Commemorates Nikola Tesla's Birthday
    If you visit Google.com today, you will notice a special logo that looks like a coil lighting rode. It is a depiction of the Tesla coil created by Nikola Tesla. Without Tesla, most people think we would not have had electricity as early as we did. Without electricity, no computers, no computers, no Internet, no Internet, no Google. Tesla was born on July 10, 1856 and he passed away on January 7, 1943. Today is

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