SearchCap: The Day In Search, Dec. 22, 2006

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web:

Danny, I and the rest of the Search Engine Land crew would like to wish you all a Happy Holidays!

From Search Engine Land:

  • Some Of Digg’s Ban Domain List
    The 10e20 blog complies a list of the sites they know are banned from Digg.com. There has been a recent wave of Digg bans, and reportedly, once your banned, you cannot get back in. Here is a current list of banned sites as per 10e20′s post.
  • A Google Holiday Update Or Data Refresh
    Google Data Refresh – Rankings Fluctuations Before Christmas by Ben Pfeiffer at the Search Engine Roundtable notes a very possible Google update is taking place. He references a WebmasterWorld thread that is currently three pages deep. Most in the thread believe
  • Google Says They Won’t Ask For Help In China To Compete
    In Google sticks to solo plans from the Shanghai Daily, Google said it won’t work with a local partner in China to gain marketshare. Google’s vice president of China operations, Lee Kai-fu said that they “have confidence in our current approach” in China

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