Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: May 24, 2013

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itunes-subscribe-video.pngVery busy week with Google releasing the major next generation Penguin update, Penguin 2.0. Bing also may have made a search update a few days ago. Sprint was served a user generated content penalty by Google. Google pushed out a domain clustering update, which impacted the site command. Google launched conversation search on their desktop. Google supports 6 new data types for the data highlighter tool. Webmasters are upset that Matt Cutts responds specifically to large brands, but Googlers also spend a ton of time helping smaller ones. Google Maps is back to five star reviews. Google AdWords launched keyword planner and flexible bid strategies. Google AdSense lets publishers modify their ad code but only in specific cases, like responsive design. Yahoo spent $1.1 billion to buy Tumblr. Google Glass is now available for #ifihadglass winners. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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