All that happened in the world of search engines in the fourth week of February, 2008. Once again, the blogs are all in chronological order. Enjoy!
During the closing months of last year, there were complaints from many webmasters not Live search not indexing their sites.A member at the WebmasterWorld thread, "nickreynolds," reports of receiving a note from a Microsoft representative, suggesting that things are about to change. Find out what exactly is about to change.
Come April 1, 2008, and AdWords will no longer allow redirects and vanity URLs in place of ad landing pages. This update has been announced and it is in congruence with Google's efforts to provide more relevant advertising results and higher quality experiences to users. Learn about the specifics.
Microsoft announced at Search Engine Strategies in London, that the adCenter customers in the UK can now register for and take the adExcellence exam. We had covered about the accreditation program in an earlier post.
If you live in the US and are posting a lot of videos to YouTube you could now very well mint millions, as the AdSense for Video beta has come out of its pilot and has made a debut as a beta. See how you can sign up for the AdSense for Video beta and begin reaping the benefits.
For almost 18 months now, Google had been working on a product offering in the growing field of consumer health information. The much awaited Google Health (pilot) has been launched in association with the Cleveland Clinic, what are the services being offered at this initial stage, find out.
Search engine industry is awesomely competitive, as all search engines, big an small are always on a roll to enhance an average user's experience. Ask has turned out yet another tweak to make its searches more informative and user friendly, learn about the new features to its "Binoculars."