Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: September 18, 2009

Sep 18, 2009 • 4:05 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngIn this week's recap, I take you to St. Louis with a quick recap on my laptop. Bing launched visual search, while Google launched news flip. Google added DoubleClick to AdWords. Parameter handling finally came to Google Webmaster Tools. Yahoo secretly added top query and URLs reports to Site Explorer. Bing takes over 10 percent market share. Google acquired reCAPTCHA for OCR improvement. Google says validation doesn't help with ranking boost. Google's related command is much better. Bing hides MSNBot as Mozilla, plus they don't reverse DNS properly. SEOs don't like to show off and SEMs refuse to let Google manage their AdWords accounts. Are there AdSense poison words and is it a double standard? Is Google locking down AdSense publishers? When will the Google UFO or flying saucer logos be solved? Everyone, thanks for listening to this weeks search recap. Have a wonderful Rosh Hashanah and Talk Like a Pirate Day from the Search Engine Roundtable.

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In this week's recap, I take you to St. Louis with a quick recap on my laptop. Bing launched visual search, while Google launched news flip. Google added DoubleClick to AdWords. Parameter handling finally came to Google Webmaster Tools....
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