Daily Search Forum Recap: June 21, 2012

Jun 21, 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 Tests New User Interface: Top Down Navigation
    Tecno-net spotted yet another new Google user interface test. This one has the search navigation, options and filters across the top of the the search results page. It leaves the left hand side wide open and blank for a lot of other uses such as maybe ads?
  • Google AdWords Launches New Interface
    Google announced the new AdWords interface is now rolling out to everyone. I currently have the new interface, it looks like this for me: click image to enlarge The new interface redesigned some of the tabs and buttons, plus made the graphs and data stand out more...
  • Google: Nofollow Can Be Used For Crawl Prioritization
    Back in 2009 there was a huge spike in concern over how Google handled nofollowed links where the PageRank would be diluted anyway when used. Matt Cutts explained then that if you had 5 links and 1 of the 5 were nofollowed...
  • Export Google Webmaster Tools Data To Google Spreadsheets
    Google announced you can now export many of the reports from Google Webmaster Tools directly into Google Spreadsheets. Previous, you were able to export these reports as CSV or use a Python scripts or the API to export data from the tool...
  • Publishers: Is Google AdSense Sustainable In The Future?
    A WebmasterWorld thread has some worried and anxious publishers asking about the sustainability and viability of Google AdSense in their future...
  • Hawaii Google Street Views
    Google Street Views was just introduced in Hawaii and I spotted these pictures on Flickr of the press conference around this announcement. Here we have the Honolulu press conference at Hanauma.

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