Daily Search Coverage:
Google Logo is Morse code today. Google banning out of date privacy policies? Google Image Labeler pornographic? Google Maps bugs leaves without reviews. Yahoo indenting multiple results. Hires, fires and departures. Google does Digg. Kumo launching at SMX? You don’t have to sell out to blog. Check out my latest video recap.
Search Engine Roundtable Topics:
- Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: April 24, 2009
- Google Logo Not Broken, It’s Morse Code
- Google Banning AdSense Publishers For Not Updating Privacy Policies?
- Google Image Labeler Plagued With Pornography?
- Google Maps Bug Causes Reviews To Go Missing
- You Don’t Have To Sell Out To Blog In This Industry
Search Engine Land Topics:
- Yahoo Now Showing Two Indented Results
- Who’s Coming & Going In The Search Industry?
- Google’s What’s Popular Gadget: The Next Digg Clone?
- Microsoft Launching Kumo At SMX Advanced?
- Google’s Morse Code For Samuel Morse’s Birthday
Daily Link Finds:
This is the April 27th, 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 April 27th, 2009:
- SearchCap: The Day In Search, April 24, 2009, Search Engine Land
- Google AdSense testet Werbung nach Kategorie, Prometeo.de
- Pandia Search Engine News Wrap-up Apr 26, Pandia
- Artificial Pagerank, Smart SEO Blog
- At Large …, MY San Antonio Blogs
- Google bans publishers for not updating privacy policies?, Adotas
- Google Profile – Yes Or No, Other Blokes Blog
- Google’s Morse Code For Samuel Morse’s Birthday, Search Engine Land
- Search Engine Marketing News – April 27, 2009, SageRock