Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: December 9, 2011

Dec 9, 2011 • 10:50 am | comments (5) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Buzz Video Round Recap
 

itunes-subscribe-video.pngI have a shorter video this week for you but some good tidbits of knowledge. Google may have done something to cause a flux in the search results earlier this week. Someone claimed quick Panda recoveries, but will it last? I posted our Google webmaster report for December. Google Images has a solution to bust the frame busters. Google has added a new link element markup for multilingual pages. Google has a new graphing calculator right in the search results. Twitter pushed out a new design yesterday. Google had a logo for Diego Rivera, which upset some Americans right after Pearl Harbor's anniversary. I wanted to end by thanking Wysz and the other Googlers for having me this week and nice shoes and socks! That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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Comments:

Brian Greenberg

12/12/2011 08:45 am

It would be great, if next week you were all peppy and smiley.  

Anthony

12/15/2011 10:35 am

I tried listening to the video report, but at the speed and volume of delivery, much of it was virtually unintelligible.

Barry Schwartz

12/15/2011 11:41 am

Thank you.

Cele

12/18/2011 03:43 pm

Can you make Hebrew subtitles?

Barry Schwartz

12/18/2011 03:43 pm

No.

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