Daily Search Forum Recap: March 29, 2011

Mar 29, 2011 • 4:00 pm | comments (1) 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:

  • Is Google Rolling Out A Farmer / Panda Update?
    There has been a slight uptick in the number of people reporting an update to the Google Farmer/Panda algorithm change. Yesterday I gave a status update on farmer/panda and said I do not believe it is rolling out. Some disagreed with me but most did not. The thing is, as Donna said, it might be rolling out on certain Google datacenters and not to everyone yet.
  • Share Your Best Google AdWords Practices Week
    Google is trying something new this week, encouraging AdWords professionals to share their best practices on a daily basis over the course of this week. AdWordsPro Mini posted a thread at the Google AdWords Help forum asking AdWords advertisers to share their best practices.
  • IE9 Bugs With Google Maps Embeds
    There are several complaints in a Google Maps Help forum that the new Internet Explorer 9 does not work on all Google Maps found embedded on web sites. As you know, many site owners use Google Maps directly on their sites...
  • Non Google Analytics Admins Can't Remove Profiles
    Let's say you are an SEO, webmaster or marketing consultant for a third-party company. That company grants you user access to their Google Analytics data so that you can analyze their traffic and find areas in which you can improve their site...
  • Yahoo Ping Pong Table
    Boris Johnson, a British Conservative politician and journalist, stopped by to play ping pong on a Yahoo table in London. This is one of 12 specially created Yahoo Ping Pong Tables.

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Comments:

Ian Williams

03/30/2011 08:23 am

Hi Barry, Boris is the Mayor of London also. Peculiar fellow.

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