Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: October 2, 2009

Oct 2, 2009 • 2:00 pm | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngGoogle has been banning AdWords advertisers and warning advertisers of bans for low quality landing pages, but I think something is wrong with Google. Google fixed a low share of voice AdWords bug. Google has an image search update in September 2009. Google updated their search options with neat new filters. Google confirmed adding deeper links and named them forum Sitelinks. Bing added a link to their Visual Search on their home page. Google updated their site verification process in Webmaster Tools. Did the Google Sandbox exist? We polled our users on that. Google launched Merchant Center to help with Google Base product uploads. Google might add tons of ads to Google Maps. Google Maps got foggy over New Delhi. The fake Yahoo employee is real, but might not have Yahoo's approval to post. Google celebrated their 11th birthday on September 27th. Google celebrated also Confucius' birthday with a doodle and Gandhi's birthday with a doodle. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Samuel

10/03/2009 11:10 pm

I think Google is a bit nutty when it goes on one of its rampages and bans webmasters for doing what they are supposed to do according to Google's rules of the game. Many webmasters have suffered greatly when their websites have lost serious pagerank for no obvious reason. What's wrong with Google?

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