Daily Search Forum Recap: March 31, 2011

Mar 31, 2011 • 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's +1: Searcher, Webmaster & Advertiser Feedback
    By now, you have all heard about Google announced the the +1 button. It is basically a way for you to share search results, ads and web pages with your friends. Of course, there is a lot of criticism but to be honest...
  • Adultery Web Site Touts Google's Unethical Image Search Filter
    I spotted this Google Webmaster Help thread that said an adult oriented web site can still have images included in the moderate or strict SafeSearch filter, I was intrigued. Susan Moskwa from Google explained "the SafeSearch filter only cares about the content of the images, not of the website." Good to know.
  • Goodbye AlltheWeb: Webmasters Loved You
    I remember back when Yahoo bought AlltheWeb. Most Webmasters and SEOs were a bit upset, because AlltheWeb was one of those upcoming search engines who really could compete with Google back in the day...
  • adCenter Updates Coming: Notice Of Possible Downtime
    As to not upset advertisers, Microsoft has issued a big heads up that they are performing maintenance on Microsoft adCenter tonight through tomorrow morning. The update doesn't seem to be significant...
  • Google Doodle For Robert Bunsen
    Today on almost all of the Google home pages, including Google.com you will find a special Google logo for the 200th birthday of Robert Bunsen. This logo is different in that is one of the few animated and interactive Google Doodles...
  • Yahoo Swag Collection
    One guy has been collecting Yahoo swag for 9 years now. He took a picture of some of the Yahoo shwag he collected over the years.

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