Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: January 7, 2011

Jan 7, 2011 • 7:25 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngBroadcasted from Jerusalem Israel, I bring you an abridged version of the search video recap. I covered how Google was emailing webmasters about penalties such as bad links and cloaking. Google suggested that some sites drop their robots.txt file. Google explained how the numbers displayed in Google Webmaster Tools may be about 10% off. Google doesn't want you to obsess over PageRank. I posted a link to the 2011 search ranking signals at WebmasterWorld. Finally, I posted on the Google Webmaster report for January 2011. Hope to see you Sunday at the SphinnCon conference at the Inbal Hotel in Jerusalem. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable. Happy New Years!

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Broadcasted from Jerusalem Israel, I bring you an abridged version of the search video recap. I covered how Google was emailing webmasters about penalties such as bad links and cloaking. Google suggested that some sites drop their robots.txt file.
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Comments:

Rob

01/08/2011 03:48 am

Hi, you are talking really fast. Microphone is also muffled. You may want to type out this information. I couldn't even hear you.

Barry Schwartz

01/08/2011 04:04 pm

Sorry, I am doing this from Israel without my real equipment.

PixJM

01/11/2011 06:55 pm

there is nothing wrong with what google is doing. Everybody wants to be #1 and are trying to break the rules to do this. http://www.pixjm.com

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