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 AdSense Earning Predictions Based On Simulated Experiments
A senior member at WebmasterWorld forums says that he received a message from Google within the Adsense message center informing him that if he makes a change to his site, it will result in more money...
- Google Video Filter By Source A Porn Spam Target?
DecorPlanet posted a complaint in the Google Webmaster Help forums where Google Video search is showing pornographic and adult videos even when the filter is set to only show search results from his site...
- Microsoft adCenter Giving "Maximum QBR Penalty" For "Disallowed Characters"
A Microsoft Advertising Help thread shows that a small little thing like using disallowed characters can put a complete halt to your other ads in the adCenter network...
- Bug With Pagination On Google Maps Reviews
If you navigate to reviews within Google Maps and try to click on the "next" button to see more reviews for that Google Maps/Places listing, it might not work for you. Try going to Google's reviews on Google Maps and clicking on the next button...
- Video Welcome From Forum AdWords Reps
Eric, Zee and Agata has made a video welcoming everyone to the new AdWords help forum. Here is the video welcome: They filmed this at the Googleplex in Mountain View, California. You can check out the new forums at en.adwords-community.com...
- Huge Google+ Circles
Sam Roberts shared pictures of Social Media Week on the chinwag.com Flickr page. The pictures are of really large, life size, Google+ circles. This display was likely a booth at Social Media Week wh
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Doodle A Barto's b.day, Google Blogoscoped Forum
- Google Stealth Launching Latitude Leaderboards, WebmasterWorld
- Google's New Feature Latitude Leaderboard, DigitalPoint Forums
- +Google advertising all over the USA Today. Hmmm... Getting…, Tim Moore - Google+
- Which Search Engines Do You Monitor Your Sites In?, HighRankings Forums