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601: new post   Google's Knowledge Graph Demonstrated with 'Bacon Number'
Google has demonstrated its Knowledge Graph with an excellent example: Type in the words "Bacon number" followed by the name of the actor.
Google SEO News and DiscussionSept 14, 2012
602: new post   WebmasterWorld Weekly Roundup September 13
WebmasterWorld's weekly roundup of hot topics and discussions you may have missed in the last few days. (-Subscription required)
WebmasterWorld SupportersSept 13, 2012
603: new post   Google Quietly Adds Car Insurance Comparison to Financial Services
"Following credit cards and bank accounts, Google has quietly launched a price comparison service for car insurance in the UK, one which appears prominently on its search engine result pages when querying the relevant keywords [in UK]"
UK & Ireland Search, Marketing, Internet News and Information For Webmasters and MarketersSept 13, 2012
604: new post   The Status of Social Authority Signals In Google
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the status of social media signals with Google, and whether their is any 'authority' with those signals.
Google SEO News and DiscussionSept 13, 2012
605: new post   Zuckerberg On Facebook Search Engine: "At some point we'll do it"
"We have a team working on it."
Facebook MarketingSept 12, 2012
606: new post   Feedburner Is Dying?
Google neglected to renew the feedburner.jp domain. All services using that domain have gone dark. How long will Feedburner be there for the rest of us?
RSS, ATOM, and Related TechnologiesSept 12, 2012
607: new post   Your AdSense Earnings Less in 2012 than in 2003?
When someone posts that they are earning less in 2003 than in 2012, it's easy to dismiss it that the world has changed. It's too easy. But then again it's always more difficult to take a moment to think things through, so one can't be faulted for dismissing such a statement. But if you do dismiss that statement then you'll miss out on what's really going on behind the scenes.
Google AdSenseSept 11, 2012
608: new post   GoDaddy Outage: Millions of Sites Affected
According to the official GoDaddy Twitter account the company is aware of the issue and is working to resolve it.
Domain NamesSept 10, 2012
609: new post   New Google AdSense Support Options
Google AdSense has launched new support options for Publishers.
Google AdSenseSept 10, 2012
610: new post   Google Updates and SERP Changes - September 2012
WebmasterWorld's monthly look at Google's SERPs changes.
Google SEO News and DiscussionSept 8, 2012
611: new post   Google SERPs and Traffic Shifting: Penguin Update Started?
WebmasterWorld Members reporting swings and shifts in SERPs and traffic.
Google SEO News and DiscussionSept 7, 2012
612: new post   Firefox 15.0.1 Fixes Not So Private Browsing Bug
This new version resolves the issue but it doesn't clear the files and cookies you may have downloaded while in private browsing mode.
Firefox Browser Usage and SupportSept 7, 2012
613: new post   WebmasterWorld Weekly Roundup September 6
WebmasterWorld's weekly roundup of hot topics and discussions you may have missed in the last few days. (-Subscription required)
WebmasterWorld SupportersSept 6, 2012
614: new post   "Bing It On" Blind Comparison Test
Bing launches 'Bing It On" blind comparison test.
Bing Search Engine NewsSept 6, 2012
615: new post   Twitter API V1.1 Launches, With API Clarification Over API Limits
"The 100,000 user token limit applies only to the small set of clients replicating the core Twitter experience."
TwitterSept 6, 2012
616: new post   Bing Experiments with More than 10 Results on SERPs.
Members notice Bing increasing the number of results on SERP's.
Bing Search Engine NewsSept 1, 2012
617: new post   German Search News Listing Law Gets Legs with Backing By Cabinet
The German cabinet gave its backing Wednesday to a draft law extending copyright protection to snippets of news articles republished by search engines, although proposals to make bloggers pay to quote articles they comment on have been dropped. Google said it was a bad day for the Internet in Germany. The law is about piracy and stealing content on the internet, said federation spokeswoman Anja Pasquay. Search engines are pirating content by publishing the snippets, "and they don't even ask, they simply take it," she said.
European Search EnginesAug 29, 2012
618: new post   Mashable: Did Google Just Jump the Shark?
One of the most heavily read blogs on the Web, Tee's Up Google from an Op-Ed piece : "In case you missed it, Google broke a cardinal rule of its famously clean white-space design Tuesday morning. For the first time, the company put an animated banner ad on its sacrosanct search homepage.[br]
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 28, 2012
619: new post   What Does Over Optimization Really Mean?
This long wandering thread has some very interesting insights into what search engines may consider 'over optimization'.
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 27, 2012
620: new post   IAC Has Bought About.com From The New York Times For $300M In Cash
"...$300 million acquisition price includes About.com, ConsumerSearch.com and CalorieCount.com and the deal will close in the next several weeks. Full release below."
Ask - TeomaAug 27, 2012
621: new post   Google crafts algorithms to get more women in more positions
Engineering has historically been male-dominated, but geek culture runs particularly deep at the Chocolate Factory, where job interviews involve marching potential recruits through a battery of logic puzzles and coding challenges that rival most oral dissertation exams. Google-watchers say that tendency has increased since Larry Page became the company's CEO in 2011. A programmer himself, Page has assembled an inner circle of top product engineers to help steer the company, most of whom have been men.
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesAug 26, 2012
622: new post   Google Copyright Infringement Take Down Actions Skyrocket 1100%
Google is receiving over a million requests for result removals a week
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 26, 2012
623: new post   Jury finds Samsung guilty of infringing on Apple's patents
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The Macintosh WebmasterAug 25, 2012
624: new post   I'm Feeling Kinda Sorta Maybe Lucky?
"... on Thursday Google tweaked the "I'm Feeling Lucky" button on its front door, the option that fetches immediate results based on your search queries. Now, scrolling over the button leads to other types of 'feelings,' which return various nerdy results."
Google SEOAug 24, 2012
625: new post   Server Migrated, DNS Migrated, but Google Still Spiders Old Server
It has been about ten days since we migrated. I have been waiting for Google to get the news that this server is not "the" server anymore, but they still crawl it.
Google SEOAug 23, 2012
626: new post   Facebook Adds Sponsored Search Advertising Option
"Facebook on Wednesday officially launched a new type of ad that shows up when you use the social network's search bar. The new ads, called "Sponsored Results," to a degree follow in the footsteps of one of Facebook's biggest rivals: Google."
Facebook MarketingAug 23, 2012
627: new post   Microsoft Updates Logo
For the first time in 25 years, Microsoft is changing its corporate logo.
Microsoft CorporateAug 23, 2012
628: new post   New interface or adsense webpage CSS look
"...a cleaner design on the Adsense page."
Google AdSenseAug 23, 2012
629: new post   Bing Integrates Quora to Social Sidebar
Microsoft has just announced that the Bing website is now integrating Quora in the social side bar.
Bing Search Engine NewsAug 22, 2012
630: new post   Panda Refresh Monday 8/20/2012
Googler confirms update with Tweet.
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 22, 2012
631: new post   New German Copyright Law Would Force Google to Pay for Listings
"...the draft law would make search engines pay for reproducing newspapers' headlines and first paragraphs. So, take those away and the links are fine. Even if nobody will have the faintest idea what they're linking to."
European Search EnginesAug 22, 2012
632: new post   Amazon search queries are up 73 percent in the last year.
"What Googlers worry about in private is a growing trend among consumers to skip Google altogether, and to just go ahead and search for the product they would like to buy on Amazon.com, or, on mobile in an Amazon app."
Alternative Search EnginesAug 22, 2012
633: new post   Google ordered to disclose all paid "commenters"
"... the search giant "has failed to comply" with a 7 August order to provide the names of parties whose commentary on the suit may have been influenced by money."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesAug 22, 2012
634: new post   Google ordered to disclose all paid "commenters"
"... the search giant "has failed to comply" with a 7 August order to provide the names of parties whose commentary on the suit may have been influenced by money."
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesAug 22, 2012
635: new post   Google and Opera extend search provider deal
Google Inc. has agreed with Norway's Opera Software ASA to integrate Google as the default search partner for the Opera mobile and desktop browsers
Google Finance, Govt, Policy and Business IssuesAug 22, 2012
636: new post   alert: Google Showing Only 7 Listings When #1 has Sitelinks
The first major change to the number of sites returned on Google SERPS in it's history: "For some search queries, where sitelinks are displayed for the top result on Google's 1st page there are only 7 results in total on that 1st page."
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 21, 2012
637: new post   Click Distance Patent May Make A Shallow Site Structure Important
Microsoft's 'Click Distance' patent is a "System and method for ranking search results using click distance."
Bing Search Engine NewsAug 21, 2012
638: new post   comScore: July 2012 U.S. Search Shares, Google 66.8, Bing To 15.7 pct
"Google Sites led the explicit core search market in July with 66.8 percent of search queries conducted."
Webmaster GeneralAug 20, 2012
639: new post   Google's Rank Modifying Patent for Spam Detection
As I understand it, the idea here is to identify, by algorithm, what looks like an attempt to manipulate rankings in a spammy way. The patent details things like keyword stuffing, invisible text, link-based manipulations and so on.
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 20, 2012
640: new post   Wikipedia and DMOZ Listing Leading to an 'Unnatural Listing' Slap In Google
WebmasterWorld Members discuss the apparent 'unnatural listing' slap in Google after Wikipedia and DMOZ scraped listings appear in Google's index.
Google SEO News and DiscussionAug 20, 2012
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