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Search Links of the Week: Yelp, Banhammers, and Cookies!

Search engines and the search industry, as a whole, moves at an incredible pace. Changes to the algorithms happen frequently, experiments are conducted constantly, and news breaks all of the time.

At Powered by Search, we believe that staying informed is the key to our ability to adapt quickly with changes in the search industry. As a team, we invest a significant amount of time reading content to ensure that we stay ahead of the game.

We collect and share content within our team, and we thought it would be beneficial to share them with the world-at-large as well. Below, you will find a curated list of the content we found interesting and share-worthy for the week of June 11-15, 2012.

Happy reading!

For webmasters: Google+ and the +1 button 101 (Google Webmaster Blog)

Find out what people are searching for with the updated Hot Searches list (Inside Search Blog)

Strategies for Diagnosing Penguin and Recovering (Distilled)

Yelp to Power Bing Local Search (Yelp)

Mastering Google Plus Circles (Social Media Sun)

Reddit bans “The Atlantic” and “Businessweek” in major anti-spam move (Daily Dot)

Search Quality Insights: To Err is Human (Bing)

Black Hat SEO Technique Exposed- No.1 on “Payday Loans” (Cognitive SEO)

The Impact of Authoritative Links, Mentions, and Shares on Rankings (SEOmoz)

The Ultimate Cookie Legislation Guide (State of Search)

Building Brands and Links with Blogger Outreach (Triple SEO)
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Marc Nashaat is an Enterprise Marketing Consultant at Powered by Search. Marc specializes in local search and works with clients like FedEx, belairdirect, Public Storage Canada and Primus Business Services. Find Marc on G+ or Twitter