What’s New in SEO for June 21, 2011
We have compiled the latest news and updates from the big three, Google, Bing and Yahoo as it relates to SEO and the search engines overall.
WHAT’S NEW THIS WEEK WITH GOOGLE:
Organizing lists of related searches
Sometimes when you’re searching, you’re not just looking for one specific result, you may be looking for a list to start a series of searches. In Google you’ll now see a collection of the top referenced items from the topic of your search for list seeking searches.
WHAT’S NEW THIS WEEK WITH YAHOO:
Yahoo! App Search and AppSpot Take the Guesswork Out of Finding an App
Yahoo! Search thinks that there is a better way to discover personally relevant apps and introduced two fun, fast ways to search and discover mobile apps: Yahoo! App Search on the PC and App Spot, a new mobile application.
WHAT’S NEW THIS WEEK WITH BING:
World IPv6 Day – Next Generation of Internet was successfully tested!
IPv6 is the next generation of the Internet Protocol, and defines how computers communicate and address each other across networks. Microsoft was able to provide IPv6 access to www.microsoft.com, www.bing.com and www.xbox.com as well as Microsoft advertising services, without any incident.
So there you have it, the latest news in search from Google, Bing and Yahoo. We will be bringing you more exciting updates and news related to SEO and the world of search engine optimization each week, so check back often!