All that happened in the world of search engines in the second week of November. Once again, the blogs are all in chronological order. Enjoy!
The most exciting and awaited news, that of Google's phone broke out. Reuters said Google would roll out a mobile strategy. While Tom Kaznit said Google would launch its "Android" software. Both ways, you'll find all the information in this blog!
New Adsense options introduced. One of them is an ad management screen and it is believed that it will replace some portions of the old ad setup screen. Other new features include a code. The new features were first seen in the AdSense Console.
New features in Microsoft Windows Live have been added and were introduced in 36 languages and 59 countries. Brian Hall, GM of Microsoft's Windows Live business group, said the design of Windows Live focuses on three main things:
- "putting the user at the center
- providing an integrated experience across everything that Microsoft does on this front, and
- bringing the best of the Web to Windows".
The blog gives pointers on creating Ajax-enhanced websites that are also understood by search engines. To get an idea of the blog, here's one tip:
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