December 2009 Google Webmaster Report

Dec 9, 2009 • 8:52 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Google PageRank & Algorithm Updates
 

This is the last Google Webmaster Report of 2009 and it was a pretty busy month. The main changes this past month was Caffeine going live on one data center, the new user fade in interface is live, personalized search becoming the default and Google's attempts to appease the news business.

You can read last months report in the November '09 webmaster write up. The new WebmasterWorld thread does not have a lot of new chatter going on. The normal ranking fluctuations discussions are going on. One person said the UK results match the US results on November 4th. But overall, not much chatter in that thread going on.

Here are the Google highlights for the past month:

Google UI Changes:

Google Policy Change:

Google SEO Related:

Forum discussion at WebmasterWorld.

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Comments:

Ken

12/09/2009 03:05 pm

I have to agree it does seem to have been a busy month in terms of SEO however for me it has to be the news of Caffeine going live on one data center

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