Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: March 19, 2010

Mar 19, 2010 • 6:10 pm | comments (2) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngIn this week's recap I thank Rhea and the others who helped save the term "SEO" from being trademarked. Matt Cutts was interviewed by Eric Enge and he uncovered a nice amount of information, including PageRank information. A poll we published show only 13% felt Google PageRank was "very important." Some are speculating that the Caffeine index is now live. Google has more pornography issues that they had to deal with. Google opened up the "Google certified ad network" to all AdSense publishers. Google asks publishers if they would show pharmacy and alcohol ads. Ask Sponsored Listings is now hiding referrers. Google and Viacom go it in court over YouTube. SES NY is next week, we will be covering 41 sessions. In our logo roundups, Google showed the wrong colors on Hungary National Day. I also showed you the logos from St. Patrick's Day and Google's Pi Day logo. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Comments:

Stanley Was

03/28/2010 05:31 pm

Why still donate when costs have already been compensated for?

Barry Schwartz

03/28/2010 05:57 pm

Taxes also.

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