Updated Google Image Index Noticed

Oct 30, 2007 | 2,048 views | by Navneet Kaushal

In a recent thread titled, "Looks like a Google image search update" at WebmasterWorld suggests that there is a latest Google Images index update. There are some real changes that Google team has developed for the upcoming shopping season.

One of the member wrote:

Microsoft launches Gatineau Web Analytics informs the official adCenter Blog. Apparently, this feature is fit for beta testing and the first invitations are now being sent to customers. All advertisers can request an invitation here: http://advertising.microsoft.com/microsoft-adcenter-gatineau.

The ever thoughtful Yahoo! Search Marketing team has a blog that informs of a Webinar where you can Get help to make the Most from Your Holiday Campaigns, all for FREE! Besides, also available are numerous resources through which you can manage your holiday campaigns better.

yahoo christmas avatar Free YSM Webinar & More For Your Holiday Campaigns

“Among these is an upcoming, free, one-hour webinar that will cover:

According to the adCenter blog, Microsoft was busy throughout the weekend adding more features which will help in running campaigns smoothly. These new features are:

1) Editorial (which we're covering in-depth here today – see below)

2) Campaign management – changes include:

  • Daily budget option
  • Default dynamic text
  • Campaign import – now compatible with AdWords Editor output

Next to introducing, Part II of Live Search's 'Do What I Mean, Not What I Say', LiveSearch now tells you 10 Reasons to Love the New Live Search Maps.

10 Reasons to Love the New Live Search Maps

live image 1 Latest Update: 10 Reasons to Love the New Live Search Maps!

After last week's possible PageRank update where many blogs were affected, Google Guy Matt Cutts confirms the update in a letter to SearchEngineJournal.

matt cutts listening.thumbnail Matt Cutts Responds To Google PageRank Update

" The partial update to visible PageRank that went out a few days ago was primarily regarding PageRank selling and the forward links of sites. So paid links that pass PageRank would affect our opinion of a site.

A new version of Gmail was recently launched by Google. And the most noteworthy feature is the latest introduction of IMAP support on Gmail that has been already upgraded to its interface. As the Google Operating System says, there will be prefetching messages, a new contact manager along with many more integrating features to look forward to in the upgraded Gmail interface. Sam Harrelson is the first one to notice the latest features.

Following the "Do what I mean, not what I say" post, the official Live Search blog is back with "Do What I Mean, Not What I Say" Part II which introduces more features in LiveSearch.


"We do really badly on the query ca chp" a coworker complained in one email.

"Ca chp?" I thought. "What the heck does that mean?"

Some times back it was found that Yahoo! Site Explorer was not showing all link data properly. Recently, the counts for Site Explorer results, were quite different for the logged-in users and logged-out users. Yahoo! recently posted an update on that topic. Yahoo! is al set to fix the error over the weekend and throughout next week.

There is a buzz going on in the industry that Google is planning to build a new campus in Northern California. This information came into the limelight in a job description for Director Real Estate and Workplace Services (HQ/NorCal) – Mountain View, found by David Dalka.

The job description goes like this:

"Director Real Estate and Workplace Services (HQ/NorCal) – Mountain View