Daily Search Forum Recap: February 10, 2011

Feb 10, 2011 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by twitter | Filed Under Search Forum Recap

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web.

Search Engine Roundtable Stories:

  • Google Returns To Yellow Color For AdWords, Goodbye Purple
    Google AdWords is like that kid who is always looking for attention. Every few months they change their hair color or dress style. Google has decided to go back to the yellow color only about 6 or so month after switching to purple...
  • Fake Searches Showing In Your Google Search History?
    We've reported on complaints of Google web history fraud in the past, in fact - it has even helped some moms catch their kids searching for porn. But we know there were examples of Google working with searchers to prevent someone else's history from showing in their search history results.
  • New Layout For Google Translate
    Translation is really a key search feature. It will and currently does play an important roll in Google's search algorithms for understanding concepts, words and much more. This post is not about that...
  • Google's Example Of Improved Spam Quality On Google Search Leaves Us Wanting More
    Google's Matt Cutts shared an example of Google 2000 vs. Google 2011. The example is aimed at showing those who feel spam is worse at Google than ever before that it is not true...
  • Yahoo Street Sign
    A street sign that has a cross walk showing, Yahoo and then The Internet. Your Way. This is part of Yahoo's marketing campaign. Pic taken at Yahoo's HQ.

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