Daily Search Forum Recap: February 5, 2010

Feb 5, 2010 • 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:

  • Most AdSense Publishers Want Google To Disclose Revenue Split
    Earlier this week, I ran a poll asking AdSense publishers should Google disclose the revenue ad split. Most people in the thread I covered then, did not want to know the revenue split. But I found that to be a bit odd. So I posted an anonymous poll asking publishers their thoughts on the topic. The majority of Google AdSense publishers do want to know the revenue split. Of the 80 responses, 66% said they
  • Google News Tests a New Design
    There are several threads at the Google News Help Forums with reports that Google News has updated their home page. I personally do not see the new home page, and I can't track down a picture of it. If you see one, please post a comment with a link to a picture. Here is the best description of the new layout that I can find: The format of news.google.com inexplicably changed on one of my
  • February 2010 Google Webmaster Report
    Here is your monthly update on Google from an SEO's perspective. You can find last month's update at the January 2010 Google Webmaster Report. These updates are based mostly off the ongoing WebmasterWorld thread, jammed packed with SEOs and searchers obsessed with watching Google's every move. The thread this month is pretty lacking. Most, if not all, the discussion is around Caffeine related questions. Some are saying it is live, some are saying it is
  • Some Insight Into How Bing Handles WWW vs Non-WWW Canonical SEO Issues
    Canonical URLs and domains to most SEOs are a common issue they run across. How each search engine handles the various patterns of URLs that seem or are duplicate to each other, may differ. In a Bing Community thread, there is a comment from Brett Yount, a Program Manager at Bing Webmaster Center, on how Bing typically handles WWW vs non-WWW issues. By that I mean, if you both the http://example.com/ and http://www.example.com/ URLs return

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