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:
- SMX Israel 2012 Agenda Live: Prices Go Up Soon, Register Now
The SMX Israel agenda for 2012 now live! Plus, you should know the early bird discount is expiring at the end of this month, so please register asap.
- Google's Thanksgiving Logo, First Ever Google + Sharable Logo
Thanksgiving isn't for another day and a half but Google has launched their Thanksgiving logo about an hour ago. This is the first Google logo sharable via the logo with your Google + friends. Google wrote...
- Search Volume Data Not Updating In adCenter
A Microsoft Advertising Help thread has reports from adCenter advertisers that the search volume reports for daily and monthly search data has not updated since earlier this month...
- Stanislaw Lem Google Logo: Incredibly Exciting
There is a special logo on Google UK for Stanislaw Lem. He is known best for The Cyberiad, series of humorous short stories from a mechanical universe inhabited by robots. The logo is incredibly interactive...
- Goodbye Knol, Friend Connect, Wave, Gears & More
Google announced more "spring cleaning" where they are killing off more of the products. Most of you know they killed off Google Search Timeline a couple weeks ago...
- New Google Advanced Search Page Drops Links To Page
Google has updated their advanced search page with the new design...
- Google's New Search iPad App Impresses
Google announced a new Search iPad App. In fact, zdNet says this app is Chrome OS on the iPad - which in a sense it is, but not fully...
- Google Analytics Comic
Daniel Waisberg, a Google Analytics expert, posted on his Google + profile page a funny cartoon on Google Analytics and interpreting the data. The cartoon is by Stephan Pastis on GoComics.com
Other Great Search Forum Threads:
- Gmail PPC Ad Targeting, Sphinn
- google analytics -hebrew and arabic, Google Blogoscoped Forum
- Massive shift in image search terms in the last year?, WebmasterWorld