Daily Search Coverage:

I haven’t been pushing these recaps out recently to do being way too busy, but here we go again. I am only summarizing today’s coverage, for past coverage, check the respective blogs.

Microsoft might add a daily budgeting option. GoogleBot can crawl your site, but can you induce it? Google seems to be fixing the proxy hijacking issue. Google AdSense reporting delay seems to be resolved. Picasa referrals were discontinued? Matt Cutts on nofollow. Google Trends can be used for holiday keyword ideas. Google Maps gets a community touch. Google’s DoubleClick deal looks promising. Google gets a boeing 757. Microsoft is now serving Digg ads.

Search Engine Roundtable Topics:

  1. Microsoft adCenter to Add Daily Budget Feature
  2. How To Ask GoogleBot (Google) To Crawl Your Site
  3. Has Google Fixed the Proxy Hijack Problem? Google.com Cleaner
  4. Google AdSense Reporting Delayed, Fixed
  5. Are Google AdSense Picasa Referrals Discontinued?
  6. Matt Cutts Clarifies Appropriate Uses of the nofollow Tag
  7. Use Google Trends to Get Ideas for the Holiday Season

Search Engine Land Topics:

  1. Google Maps Adds “Community Maps” To Default Map Searches
  2. Google’s DoubleClick Acquisition Likely To Be Approved
  3. Make That Google Jets: Google Founders Add A Boeing 757 To Their Fleet
  4. Microsoft Now Serving Digg’s Ads

Daily Link Finds:

Daily Link Finds GraphicThis is the October 11th issue of a daily post that will contain links to commentary of the posts over at the Search Engine Roundtable. All links I find throughout the day that ad some commentary to the posts written over at the Search Engine Roundtable, will be in the Daily Link Finds. The purpose is two fold: (1) To help people find discussion around our articles and (2) To thank people for linking to us. How do I find these links? Only one way, via a Google Blog Search link command, so make sure that (1) you are in Google Blog Search and (2) link to us.

Daily Link Finds for October 11th, 2007:

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