Daily Search Forum Recap: March 2, 2012

Mar 2, 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:

  • Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: March 2, 2012
    This week, Google confirmed that Panda 3.3 rolled out on Monday morning. Google also removed a link evaluation technique...
  • Panda Changed My Life: The Party Is Over
    We know how hard the Google Panda update has hit some site owners. As much as 87% are still suffering from the Panda update, 10% of you lost your jobs and many more are afraid to...
  • Yahoo's 17th Birthday
    Today is the 17th birthday of Yahoo. A company that we and the internet grew up with. A company we all loved at one point. A company that has struggled big time for the past five years or so. A company that helped Google get to where they are today...
  • OMG: Google's Privacy Policy Went Live
    As many of you know, Google updated their privacy policy officially yesterday. They announced it a several weeks ago and it scared people but Google didn't care obviously because the privacy policy officially web live yesterday. Truth is, the average user really doesn't care...
  • Recapping SMX West 2012
    SMX West 2012 is now over and it was an excellent show. Besides for a false fire alarm sending all the attendees in the Marriott wing to run for the nearest exit, everything else was outstanding...
  • Lots Of Android Pins
    Hugo Barra posted an assortment of his Android pins on Google+ for all to see. Here is one picture of many, showing off his huge collection. I actually have a couple of these. I think they gave them

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