Daily Search Forum Recap: February 17, 2010

Feb 17, 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:

  • Poll: 60% of Google AdSense Publishers Say Earnings Down
    A bit over a week ago, we reported that AdSense publishers were complaining about lower earnings. So to get a better and wider count of those who agree that earnings are indeed down, I ran a quick poll. We had just over 85 responses to the poll and I wanted to share the results. I asked, Have Your AdSense Earnings Dropped in February, from January? 51 people or 59.3% said Yes, 31 people or 36%
  • Bing Indexing New Content & Sites Faster?
    A WebmasterWorld thread has some positive news for the Microsoft Bing team! The thread is praising Bing for speeding up their indexing and ranking of new pages, updated content and new web sites. This comes several weeks after Bing declared they were slow at indexing new sites. So I am happy that webmasters, at least some, are happy with the speed of Bing's crawler and indexer. Mack, the forum moderator summed it up, saying: Bing
  • Google Book Search Dropped Search My Library
    A Google Book Search user is upset that Google has dropped the search within your Google Book Search library feature. He expressed his complaints in a WebmasterWorld thread. He said: Then a couple of weeks ago, I logged in and I can no longer restrict my search results to items in My Library. For me, this is the primary way I use Google Books. First search my library. If I don't find it, search more
  • Google Calculates Kelvin to Celsius Wrong: Thanks WolframAlpha
    If you want to find out the conversion of kelvin to celsius, do not use Google. A Google search for [kelvin to celsius] returns the wrong calculation. Google returns 1 kelvin = -272.15 degrees Celsius. This issue was brought up in a Google Web Search Help thread. Since I do not know the first thing about these types of conversions, I decided to see what Wolfram Alpha had to say about the calculation. The same

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