Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: November 5, 2010

Nov 5, 2010 • 4:05 pm | comments (0) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngThis week I quickly covered the Blekko launch. I discussed the past month of changes at Google, from an SEO's perspective. Google Instant launched on iPhone and Android, but it sucks on the iPhone. Yahoo Site Explorer may be fixed. Google expanded their brand related search box. Google tells us why their search results estimates look wrong. Google added total links to the link reports. Google wants you to add more sites to Webmaster Tools. Google now supports e-commerce sites for rich snippets. Is Microsoft is working on adCenter impression bugs? Google brought back call tracking with AdWords Call Metrics. The new (oldish) AdSense console is rolling out to more people. SEOmoz released their industry survey. Google Instant hasn't changed searcher behavior. Google Earth shows dates of when images were taken. Google Maps spurred a military conflict in Nicaragua and Costa Rica. I live streamed much of the great BlueGlass Florida conference. We have all the Halloween logos from Google, Yahoo, Bing and others. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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This week I quickly covered the Blekko launch. I discussed the past month of changes at Google, from an SEO's perspective. Google Instant launched on iPhone and Android, but it sucks on the iPhone. Yahoo Site Explorer may be fixed. ...
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