Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: June 29, 2008

Jun 29, 2008 - 10:40 am 4 by

itunes-subscribe-video.pngYou love basketball? I do. This video recap, I play some basketball and you can score some great schwag by watching me play. Learn how by watching. So what did I chat about? Google proves to everyone out there that they know who you are, what you are doing and how much you can spend with Google Ad Manager and Google Trends for Websites. I discuss the long URL post I wrote this week on Google. Google added porn to search results, but allows us to report it now. Yahoo drops the Overture keyword suggestion tool. Google Webmaster Tools gives us an API. Ask.com is not focused on search and I give some reasons. Yahoo is in shambles, can they pick themselves up or is it too late? Google turns five years old!

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