Daily Search Coverage:

Yahoo launched new ad features. Google has a new user interface for AdWords reports. Matt Cutts chatted about the nofollow tag. GoogleGuy stopped by to say hi. AdSense enabled the allowed sites feature. Tips to check if a site can pass link popularity. Is a robots.txt necessary? YSM increased deposit to $30. SEOmoz streamlines tools. A new way to search Google by date. Yahoo will be launching KickStart in the future.

Search Engine Roundtable Topics:

  1. Yahoo! Search Marketing Launches New August 2007 Features
  2. Matt Cutts Provides Insight into the “nofollow” Attribute
  3. Advertisers Not Happy with Google AdWords Reports Makeover
  4. GoogleGuy Says Hello!
  5. Google AdSense Enables “Allowed Sites” Feature After Quick Roll Back
  6. How to Check if a Site Passes Link Popularity
  7. Is a Robots.txt File Required for Search Engine Optimization?
  8. Yahoo Search Marketing Increases Minimum Deposit to $30

Search Engine Land Topics:

  1. Yahoo Adds New Ad Tools & Reporting; Google Changes Reports Interface
  2. SEOmoz & SEO Book Organize SEO Tools & Add Features
  3. How To Go Beyond Google’s Advanced Search Page Date Options
  4. Yahoo Gives College Graduates A “Kickstart” With Social Job Networking Site
  5. Search in Pictures: Search Engine Fun, Yahoo Giant & The Google Dance

Daily Link Finds:

Daily Link Finds GraphicThis is the August 31st 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 August 31st, 2007:

Website Comments

  1. No Name

    I saw the no follow discussion of Matt Cutts and it’s pretty confusing. he argues that the no follow attribute will help internal linkage to boost the rankings of a site but I think that no follow tags are not related with page rank at all.

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