Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: January 4, 2013

Jan 4, 2013 • 7:45 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngI am so tired, so I apologize for my video. I am in Israel and SMX Israel is Sunday but I explain more in the video. Google won the FTC ruling on antitrust probe. I shared the penguin poll showing 94% of Penguin victims didn't fully recover yet. Google's title tag length is measured in pixels. SEOs split on using the disavow link tool. Google Finance showed Apple's stock ticket when you searched for the word sell. I have the break down on SEOs political affiliation. I also posted our top stories for 2012. I have the Happy New Years logos from the search industry. And submit your questions for John Mueller of Google to answer at SMX Israel. Thanks all and that was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Partyforever

08/31/2013 07:08 am

Google is ridding the internet of advertising competition via penguin / panda updates. Every time they meet competition, they raise the google listing requirements for competitors, meanwhile they want to make sure that for every keyword search, they can offer some service or product. This might take time, but they are doing it. They are not diversifying their services outside of the internet, so they are blocking the growth of other internet businesses with its overwhelming, dominant search engine global market share and one of the world's largest stock listings. 94% of businesses haven't recovered, that should say it all.

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