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Monday Morning Roundup: Latest Search Headlines (Oct 29 2012)

In the past week’s news: According to Search Engine Land, Google investors got a shock when the company’s consolidated earnings were leaked much earlier than expected. The shock comes because the earnings failed to meet expectations. Other news in the report is that search clicks went up 33 per cent compared to last year; traffic acquisition costs also went up and cost-per-clicks declined by 15 per cent.

Latest on Search Engine Land.

Google Q3 Earnings Leak: $14.1 Billion, Disappoint Surprised Investors

Latest on SEJ

Pinterest Makes Top 50 Website List

Facebook Posts Better Than Expected Q3 Earnings, Stock Up

YouTube Videos Optimized for Time Watched

Latest on Search Engine Watch

Paid Search Growth Continues to Slip, CPCs Down But ROI Improves in Q3 2012

Latest on Webmaster World

Microsoft Launches Windows 8 OS

Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer Talks About New Hardware, Ahead of Windows 8 Launch

Google Makes Changes To AdWords Enhanced CPC and Conversion Optimizer

Google Ignores All Code-Level Language Information

Google Share Price Drop, Profit Down By 20 pct

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