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Google Image Search Tests New Preview Screen Again

Google is once again testing a new user interface for the image search preview image window. This is similar to previous tests but this one takes the right hand window look and keeps the black background interface versus the white background interface.


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Bug with Ad Preview and Diagnosis Tool showing ad scores and more data

The Google ad diagnosis tool is currently down after showing data it should not have been showing. Google is investigating the issue.



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SearchCap: EU search results preview, Google URL inspection tool update & Bing Ads page feeds

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.



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SearchCap: Google AdWords ad preview, Bing autocomplete, & illegal linking

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

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Sneak Preview: Get Ready for the Copyblogger EBookWriMo!

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This morning, we re-published Ali Luke’s terrific post about How to Write a High-Quality Ebook in 30 Days.

We did that for two reasons.

First (and most important), it was a really useful post that can help you create a valuable asset for your business.

But second … we’re going to be launching a 30-day event in November to honor the NaNoWriMo tradition of writing a novel in a month.

Your mission (should you choose to accept it): Write an ebook for your audience in 30 days, from November 1 to November 30.

Ali and I came up with this idea as we were planning our most recent Third Tribe seminar.

The poor fiction writers try to write an entire novel in the month of November. That’s pretty hard. Fortunately, ebooks tend to be much shorter than novels, and getting your ebook finished in 30 days is absolutely do-able.

Action Step 1:

Go read Ali’s post about specifically how to plan your 30 days to get a polished ebook at the end of it.

Action Step 2:

Get a head start by thinking about some topics. Ali gives you some smart ideas about ways to start developing marketable ideas.

Action Step 3:

Start blocking some time now in your November calendar. Will you DVR your favorite few shows and watch them all at once in a December marathon? Will you work (just for 30 days) through lunch? Can you set aside the first hour of your work day to get some quality writing and thinking time?

The time to write won’t find itself — you have to make it. But you can. And on November 30, you’ll have a completed ebook — whether a free promotional book or a paid product.

The “official” announcement will be on October 31, so get ready! And if you’re in, let us know in the comments next week. You’ll be able to track your progress (and get support for the tough days!) in that topic as well.

Looking forward to seeing what you all do!

About the Author: Sonia Simone is co-founder and CMO of Copyblogger Media. Get more from Sonia on Twitter and Google+.

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Google AdWords Ads Add Album Cover & Song Preview

Before I get any drops of jupiter hate on the following…I was typing in training.seobook.com & somehow accidentally hit enter after typing train & when the URL completion didn’t work I got the following SERP.

If you click the feature video link it does a YouTube video overlay. The other links lead into the relevant iTunes webpage.

Such media extensions have been in place for movies for quite a while now, but this is the first time I have seen them on music-related search results. In time one could expect similar ad expansions to hit other media areas like books, games, and maybe even other vertical search features. Google could possibly roll it out globally on brand searches as well at some point, allowing companies to offer intro videos (or even reviews of new product lines) directly in the search results.

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