SearchCap: Ripoff Report Returns In Yahoo, Google Shopping Campaigns, Bing Webmaster Roadshow

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  • Bing Webmaster Roadshow 2014 Takes Search Experts On 4-City Tour This Summer

    Bing announced today it will be hosting the Bing Webmaster Roadshow 2014 starting next month, with stops in four cities including Chicago, Atlanta, Boston and Houston. In partnership with Inc. Magazine, the events will include panel discussions with Message Medium’s Maisha Walker, Bruce Clay of Bruce Clay Inc., aimClear founder Marty Weintraub, along with Bing […]

  • Google Webmaster Tools To Add JavaScript Debugging Tool

    Google has announced on the Google Webmaster Central blog that in the “coming days” they will be releasing a new tool to help debug your site’s JavaScript issues. Specifically, Google is going to show you if they have issues crawling and indexing your site because of JavaScript implementation mistakes. Google said: We have been gradually […]

  • How SkyBox Satellite Imagery Might Aid Google’s Offline Conversion Tracking

    There’s a report this morning that Google is close to buying satellite imaging company SkyBox. The purchase price is put at roughly $1 billion. The deal has yet to be confirmed. The article conjectures that Google wants the company for two potential reasons: More imagery for consumer maps Data for enterprise use cases I’m sure those are accurate assumptions. […]

  • Study Finds Sweeping KPI Improvements With Switch To Google Shopping Campaigns

    The August deadline for converting your Google product listing campaigns (PLA) to the new Shopping Campaigns structure — before Google does it for you — is just a few months away. A new study from CPC Strategy suggests it’s worth making the switch sooner rather than later. CPC Strategy expected to see management efficiencies, but […]

  • The New Emphasis On Link Building: What’s Behind It And How To React

    There seems to be a fresh interest in link building. Why now? What do the search engines have to say? How should agencies and companies approach link building? Why The New Interest In Link Building? Why are search engine optimizers and agencies more interested in link building again? Because the search engines are getting good […]

  • Search In Pics: Grayson Perry At Google, Red Bing Street View Car & I Danced At Google Shirt

    In this week’s Search In Pictures, here are the latest images culled from the web, showing what people eat at the search engine companies, how they play, who they meet, where they speak, what toys they have, and more. Red Bing Street View Car: Source: Google+ Google Dublin’s New Google+ Hangout Studio: Source: Google+ Google […]

  • Ripoff Report Is Back In Yahoo Australia’s Search Results, But Not Completely

    After what we think was about a week of being de-indexed, the controversial Ripoff Report website is showing up again in search results on Yahoo’s Australian website. But a company spokesperson tells us that some URLs are still blocked. Late Wednesday night (May 21), we noticed that a site:ripoffreport.com search on Yahoo7 — the Australian […]

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About The Author: is Search Engine Land's News Editor and owns RustyBrick, a NY based web consulting firm. He also runs Search Engine Roundtable, a popular search blog on very advanced SEM topics. Barry's personal blog is named Cartoon Barry and he can be followed on Twitter here. For more background information on Barry, see his full bio over here.

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