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Video Recap of Weekly Search Buzz :: August 31, 2012

This week in search we covered unconfirmed Google and Bing search algorithm updates. Google's Cutts and Mueller both individually talked about PageRank penalties for selling links. Bing is showing over ten results on a page, while Google does seven. DMCA requests have not risen despite Google's new algorithm. Google imported the Webmaster Tools site errors report. Google treats subdomains and subdirectories the same when it comes to geo-specific SEO. Does a DMOZ link have any value in 2012? Google had a really annoying playground ad on their home page this week. Google fixed a AdSense rejection bug. IAC, owner of Ask.com, bought About.com from the New York Times for $300 million. Apple beat Samsung on patent claims, is Google next? Google has a logo for Montessori's 142nd birthday, the Google founders were educated under her model. And yesterday was the 14th anniversary of...

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