Daily Search Forum Recap: January 3, 2012

Jan 3, 2012 • 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:

  • Google Caught Buying Paid Links Again
    Aaron Wall caught Google buying paid links and reported it yesterday. Danny Sullivan did a deep dive on this campaign, concluding the only purpose behind it was to get links to try to "influence rankings" of the search results...
  • Google AdSense Publishers Excited For 2012
    A WebmasterWorld thread has several Google AdSense publishers already excited to kick off the new year in anticipation for strong earnings in 2012. Publishers are expecting 2012 to be their best year in terms of earnings with the Google AdSense product...
  • Google's Page CEO Of The Year
    Investor's Business Daily named Google's new CEO and co-founder, Larry Page as the CEO of the Year. That is right, the late Steve Jobs was outranked by Larry Page in this report. Yes, Steve Jobs turned around Apple years ago to make one of the most successful companies today...
  • Google Recommends Reporting Mass Porn In Forums
    Spammers are always looking for ways to get their content in front of Google's searchers. When spammers try to promote their pornography, it makes it a bit more upsetting. Because when they do so...
  • The Knitted Android Holder
    Adriene J posted a picture of a knitted sleeve she made, at least I think she made it, for her HTC Android phone. The blogger and Android lover wrote, "Check out the phone sleeve I knitted today!"

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