Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: September 16, 2011

Sep 16, 2011 • 10:30 am | comments (3) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngThis week we covered the new Bing home page, the differences are minor, but it is their home page. Google came up with a very neat solution for handling SEO issues with pagination. How do you get those new listing snippets in Google? Google said they are making webmaster tools notifications more transparent, but is that a new thing? Google's top contributors from their forums paid a visit to Google this week. Some publishers are complaining about the AdSense earnings reports. Google is mass rejecting AdWords API developers. Google enhanced flight search, giving a booking option. A scraping service complained to Google in Google's forum that they were delisted. Google has a new orange logo up today for Albert Szent-Gyorgyi. Google, Yahoo, Bing, Dogpile and Ask.com had special things up for the tenth anniversary of 9/11. And this past week was SMX and I live blogged some of it. That was this past week in the search community covered at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Comments:

Michelle Cesare

09/21/2011 03:53 pm

I enjoy your search buzz updates very much.  It helps me keep up with the daily changes that happen online all the time.  Thanks.

Lucas Garvin

09/22/2011 09:14 pm

So do I. Barry, pure curiosity - do you draft an outline before you record Search Buzz or just look at feed of latest information?

Barry Schwartz

09/22/2011 09:16 pm

I do prepare the headlines prior from the past week's news.

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