Daily Search Forum Recap: January 16, 2013

Jan 16, 2013 • 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:

  • Should SEOs Take Notice Of Facebook's Graph Search
    The big dominating technology news yesterday was Facebook's announcement of their search play named Graph Search. I have early access to the preview but there is literrally hundreds of write ups on how it works and why it works as it does. Danny has his up close with.....
  • Should You Sue Over Stolen Content That Ranks Higher
    There is nothing more insulting and demeaning to an SEO copywriter who sees their content being stolen by third-party sites and those third-party sites ranking higher in Google for that content. It is not uncommon, happens often and is a major concern for many webmasters...
  • Watch Me Play The Zamboni Google Logo For 9 Minutes
    Today on Google is a special interactive logo to celebrate the 112th birthday of Frank Zamboni. The name Zamboni is recognized by most for the Zamboni machine used to resurface ice. He invented the ice resurfacer in 1949 and it use the icon of all hockey games and ice rinks today...
  • Google AdSense "Site Management" Beta
    Google is now pushing a new feature when you login to your Google AdSense console. The feature is named "Site Management" and it fundamentally allows you to categorize your ads by site. This allows you to create sites and then set specific actions by site in the list...
  • Redesigned Google Business Verification Postcards
    Masrur Odinaev, a consultant to Google and former Googler, posted a picture on Google+ of how he would redesign Google's business verification postcards. He explained that it would be "cool to get on

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