The adCenter blog has a post whcih helps you how to Get help uploading your campaigns into Microsoft adCenter.

About Microsoft adCenter QuickLaunch:-

adCenter QuickLaunch offers “Personalized Help from a Dedicated Media Specialist

With QuickLaunch, you will work with a dedicated Media Specialist for forty-five days, during which time they will help you plan, create, analyze, and optimize your search advertising campaign.

Saying “Google is buying marketshare for Google Checkout by profiling merchants who use it, and giving them free high PageRank links from Google sites” Aaron Wall has an intriguing post called Google Caught Selling High PageRank Links, Again & Again. The title is self-explanatory.

Apparently, The Google Checkout blog which recently reported about the success of on their official blog. This blog not only gives direct links but one of them is a deep link with targeted anchor text.

google1 Oh My My! Google News To Post Comments By People related To News ReportGoogle News blog announced a new experimental feature where stories in Google News USA will also feature comments by participants. Know that these comments are not anonymous comments by browsers like you and me but people associated to the subject. “Google only publishes comments from participants in stories. Participants are people who are mentioned in the story or are related to organizations in the story.”

Threads in Webmaster World and SERound Table are reporting Google Webmaster Link Tool's monthly August 2007 Update.

It seems mostly its Website Backlinks that have increased. Like AbhishekSingh who says, "My website backing are improved. Intial website's google baclinks =1 but today i find website's google baclinks = 27. "

Over at Webmaster World, TheSeoDude asked whether nofollow links were supposed to be visible in Google Webmaster Central.

To which, Tedster replied that:

"The links in GWT are a much fuller list than the results returned from the link: operator, but Google never said that the GWT link list is 100% complete, and it isn't. Neither does that list filter out links that are not passing PR – whether that's because of rel="nofollow" or because of an decision Google made. When it comes to links, Google just will not tip their hand that far. "

In a post called Upcoming change to the top ad placement formula, Inside Adwords informs that Google will be making changes in its cost-per-click (CPC) figure factor.

For those who seek top ad placements Now, in lieu of Quality Score and actual CPC, AdWords will take into consideration an ad’s maximum CPC.

Yahoo! Search Marketing will be launching Traffic Quality Center which is a place for Yahoo to discuss its quality-related initiatives with their advertisers.

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The new Traffic Quality Center is essentially a place for advertisers to check out what Yahoo! is doing to help define, prevent and protect against the industry issues of click fraud. At the center, you'll have access to:

Matt Cutts shares his own personal experience of how quickly documents can get indexed in Google in a post called Minty fresh index.

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Yahoo! to stream web-only US Prez debate reports The Register which will make the search giant the first ever to host the first Online-only American presidential debate. Featuring in the list of speakers will be Hillary CLinton and Barrack Obama.

“The Yahoo! event will only be broadcast online, additional questions will be taken in real-time, and everyone will be spared Anderson Cooper. Hosting duties will be handled by PBS talk-show host Charlie Rose.”

In a post called Major View Cities, Stephen Chau informs that Google now adds 4 more street view cities in its roster of cities visible through Google Maps.

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“We're excited to announce that Street View is now available in San Diego, Los Angeles, Houston and Orlando. Like the San Francisco Bay Area, San Diego features high-resolution imagery.”