Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: July 1, 2011

Jul 1, 2011 • 10:30 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngVery busy week in search, starting with Google + launching as a Facebook competitor. Also, Google's new top bar is black and many don't like it. PageRank updated for the first time in 6 months, Google dropped to a PR 9 and Google blogged that it doesn't matter. Google banned all sites on co.cc recently. Google Analytics let me into the beta of the SEO reports, it rocks! Google Analytics added support for tracking social interactions, that rocks also. Google Webmaster Tools has +1 reporting now. BingBot seems to be crawling too much and too hard for some. Google warned about "tin foil hat SEO". Google says webmaster tool's link reports is just a sample and maybe don't trust it. Google's new image search by image feature thinks I am a porn star. Google is killing off Google Health. Today is Canada Day and Google doesn't have a logo. That was this past week in the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Wesley Dante Hann

07/01/2011 08:00 pm

If possible I would appreciate an invitation to view Google + and dying to see the features and capabilities of it.

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