Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: September 17, 2010

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itunes-subscribe-video.pngI missed last week's recap, so I covered two weeks in this single recap. Also note, I am offline the next two Fridays, so I will not be producing a video recap for a couple weeks. That being said, this week I covered the Google Instant news, including my NBC appearance. Bing reached new heights, reaching the number two position above Yahoo, below Google as a search engine. Google made a small PageRank update. I released the Google webmaster report for September 2001. Google released new attributes for multi-lingual sites. I published eight new polls. Google's advertiser spend was revealed by a leaked internal Google memo. Google brings back the affiliate network. Twitter completely redesigned, it is neat. Bing is revamping their webmaster communications, I believe. I am accepting speaker pitches for SphinnCon Israel now. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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I missed last week's recap, so I covered two weeks in this single recap. Also note, I am offline the next two Fridays, so I will not be producing a video recap for a couple weeks. That being said, this week I covered the Google Instant...
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