www.seroundtable.com – Yahoo launched a new search interface along with a brand campaign. Google AdWords is testing a new keyword tool, which is extremely advanced compared to the current one. AdWords advertisers were hit with a “low share of voice” notice. Google has confirmed new AdSense arrows and I see them. Some AdSense publishers are unable to login to their accounts. Did you know, Google doesn’t use meta keywords? Did you see the new deeper Sitelinks with data formats? Google launched Sidewiki, which lets you comment on other sites, directly on those sites. Yea, there is a weird way to block it. Google Maps launched Place Pages. Referrer spam can’t hurt your Google rankings. Should you nofollow your affiliate links? Bing’s adCenter is to try favicons in ads. Google’s flying saucer logo leads to HG Wells. Finally, we posted our SMX East coverage schedule, see you there in about a week. That was this past week at the Search Engine Roundtable.

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