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SearchCap: The Day In Search, March 2, 2007

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on
Search Engine Land and from other
places across the web:

From Search Engine Land:

  • The “About 260” Problem: Google Site: Command Glitch
    Dave Naylor noted yesterday that Search Engine Watch appears to have largely disappeared from Google, at least when performing a site: command search. Today, Marketing Pilgrim notes a weirdly similar thing happening to another site and points to an interesting Webmaster World thread on what could be called the…

  • Searcharazzi: Global Edition; GSI Acquired
    Searcharazzi asks: Sprechen Zie Deutsch Webmaster Radio reports that a slew of German SEOs has flooded its chat room in recent weeks, leaving many an English-speaking SEO to curse his lack of foreign language skills. Up to 160 German-speakers are now showing up on Tuesday afternoons when Marcus “Mediadonis” Tandler’s…

  • Google’s Matt Cutts on Personalization and the Future of SEO
    Last week I talked with Google’s Marissa Mayer about the user side of personalization. This week I had the chance to sit down with Matt Cutts at the Googleplex and asked him what the impact of personalization will be on the SEO community. One thing that was interesting in the…

  • Google’s YouTube To Showcase BBC Content On Three New Channels
    BBC strikes Google-YouTube deal at BBC reports they have struck a content deal with Google’s YouTube. BBC will showcase their content on three different YouTube channels. The three channels are: BBC: BBC will show ad-free entertainment content to promote BBC’s videos. They will include “show clips like trailers and short…

  • The Unofficial Google Censorship FAQ
    Philipp Lenssen at Google Blogoscoped has published the unofficial Google Censorship FAQ. In this document he answers over 35 questions related to Google censorship. Yes, Google does censor search results in some countries. Have more questions, check out the Google Censorship FAQ….

  • Digg’s Kevin Rose Fails To Stop The Bury Brigade
    After a week of questions about Digg’s "Bury Brigade," Digg founder Kevin Rose has come in with some public comments about the system and the "alleged" brigade. Unfortunately, they’re just comments — not solutions to protect Digg from the actual brigade I myself can see. More about that in…

  • Google Releases 2006 Annual Report
    Spotted via Resource Shelf, Google has released its annual report (more precisely, Securities & Exchange Commission form 10-K), with financials for the year, and a list of all of the company’s subsidiaries, as well as details of Google’s merger agreement with radio advertising placement firm dMarc. The subsidiaries list is…

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