Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: January 18, 2013

Jan 18, 2013 • 10:00 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngThis week, we are pretty sure there was a Google update but Google is denying it. Facebook launched their search answer, named Graph Search. Google is testing a new image search user interface. Google's data highlighter won't work with duplicate content issues. Google also has canonical issues with authorship. Google explains why they dislike web directories. Google AdSense launched site management tool. Bing added more Facebook data to the social bar. Yahoo brought back Flickr images and creative commons filters to image search. Wired has a great interview with Google's CEO, Larry Page. A new movie named "The Internship" seems to be a comedy related to Google, it debuts in several months. Google had a sweet logo for Frank Zamboni, it cleaned the ice! That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Comments:

Jennifer Heflin

01/18/2013 04:53 pm

Good info but you either need to get better at writing or reading the news. It's painful to watch. Plus FYI it's illegal to hire someone based on age. In case you didn't know.

Barry Schwartz

01/18/2013 04:57 pm

Thanks for your feedback. Yea, I know it's illegal to do that. I was joking.

Ally Lennon

01/18/2013 05:10 pm

I am 99% sure there was an update yesterday. I keep a very close eye (daily) on primary terms related to web design here in my local market, and while some shuffling is of course normal, today's was very noticeable, seems too much to not be an update.

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