Weekly Work From Home News Roundup (8/7/2011)

What work from home news we had this week? Google index the web slower research, Adobe launches a new designing tool, advertising in social network will get more expensive, Twitter new design for all, Bing is expanding, Google Realtime comeback and Google+ predicted to become the second most popular network. Go, Go, Go:

Does Google Index The Web Slower? According to a research i conducted, Since the Panda algorithm updates, Google crawl the web as before but index pages slower! Read the research for the full details.

Adobe Presents New Designing Tool The tool, called Edge, is using among its many features HTML 5 and surprisingly enough not Flash, a technology by Adobe… Is it a good move for this company?

Social Advertising Report According to a study, in the next 12 months, the advertising on social networks suppose to rise and consequently make it more expensive, leading by Foursquare, LinkedIn and Youtube.

New Twitter Design Is Now The Default Twitter has upgraded automatically to all users its new two columns look. At the same time, Twitter also announce on a new HTML 5 version for iPads.

Bing Is Expanding Bing took over the control in six more countries from Yahoo and now its stands on 17 in total. Also, Bing are starting to appear on Baidu search results in English.

Google Realtime Comeback After a short absence, Google will reopen its social search Realtime and it looks like that most of its data would be gathered from Google Plus.

Google+ Will Become The Second Most Popular Social Network A research by Bloomberg and a YouGov determines that Google+ will overtake LinkedIn and Twitter within a year and will be second only for Facebook in the social arena.

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