Google Webmaster Link Tool August 2007 Update

Aug 8, 2007 - 7:26 am 1 by

google-webmaster-central-lo.gifGoogle has updated Google Webmaster Tools with a link update over the weekend. Google typically does these updates monthly, around this time. There are additional reports of PageRank updates and ranking changes.

There is currently discussion at DigitalPoint Forums and WebmasterWorld.

Here is a look at our top pages, by links reported via Google Webmaster Tools:

August 2007 Linkage Data Link #
How Long Does it Take Yahoo to Index Your Site? 1,717
Google AdWords Advertisers Report Tracking Problem 1,488
Getting Access to Gmail Accounts of the Deceased 1,455
Google AdWords Allows Campaigns to Run Forever 1,297
Google Does Not Index Private Facebook Profiles 1,276
Digg Partners with Microsoft for Ad Delivery 1,209
Google Maps: Invading Your Privacy? (Not Anymore!) 1,156
Microsoft Now Using Autodiscovery Sitemaps for Crawl Assistance 1,145
A Look at Google Gears Working with Google Reader 1,137
How We Prepare our Schedule for Search Conference Live Blogging 1,128

For the past updates see:

Forum discussion at DigitalPoint Forums and WebmasterWorld & Search Engine Roundtable Forums.


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