In this week's recap, we have your Google May webmaster report. I also polled about 400 search marketers who told me that there is 7% unemployment in the search marketing industry, while 25% are self-employed. I discussed three major issues where Google Maps can seriously impact your business. Twitter hopes to improve their search engine. Wolfram Alpha has high expectations. Google launches a publisher center for Ad Planner. Google tests "review this site" link in the search results. Matt Cutts tests Google's 302 redirect handling. We spotted porn on iGoogle from Google Gadgets. Google Checkout begins charging fees. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.
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Some Of The Topics Discussed:
- May 2009 Google Webmaster Report
- 7% Unemployment In Search Marketing Industry
- How Google Maps Can Seriously Hurt Your Business
- Twitter Aims to Make Twitter Search More Relevant
- Wolfram Alpha : The Real Thing
- Detailed Screen Captures of Google's New Ad Planner Publisher Center
- Google Replaces Comments Bubble with "Review This Site" Link
- Matt Cutts Uses His Blog To Mess With Google Search
- Google Gadget Porn Becomes an Issue
- Google Checkout Begins Charging Fees: Time To Drop Google?