Daily Search Forum Recap: June 3, 2011

Jun 3, 2011 • 4:00 pm | comments (0) by | 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:

  • Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: June 3, 2011
    The search engines unite to form Schema.org, a rich markup language for search results. I concluded this week that no one recovered from the Google Panda update, at least not yet. Google launched the +1 button...
  • Search Engines Team Up On Rich Markup Language via Schema.org
    The big news yesterday from the major search engines was the launch of schema.org. This is the search engines uniting to make HTML markup for structured data to be used on the search results display easy and more manageable for webmasters...
  • Google's Take On User Generated Content & Quality
    There is an excellent post from Google's John Mueller on the topic of user generated content and how important it is for that user generated content to be written properly. Forums and comments are known for having horrible spelling typos and horrible grammar issues...
  • Google's Webmaster Blog A Photo Blog? Nope
    If you woke up this morning and checked your RSS feeds to see the Google Webmaster Blog filled with pictures from Joe Hewes, you are not alone...
  • Twitter Search Gets Smarter
    Twitter announced they have improved Twitter Search by adding relevancy and personalization to the search results...
  • Fun Yahoo Stools
    Here is a picture from the Yahoo Espana Flickr account of very fun and purple looking Yahoo Stools. It was posted on Flickr a week ago.

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