Welcome to our third SEO news summary which includes none of the usual clutter and cuts straight to the news (apart from this bit…).

Google announces new keyword tool – The AdWords team have released a new search-based keyword tool which provides you with keywords that are relevant to the content of your website but are not included in your AdWords campaign.

Further Reading: Inside AdWords Blog

How to find negative keywords – SEOptimise have a written a decent post listing their top 6 resources for finding negative keywords. Defiantly worth a read for anyone interested in PPC.

Further Reading: SEOptimise

Google no longer Lively – Google has dumped its fledgling second-life clone called Lively. The Google labs attendee failed to meet the requirements and will be dismissed at the end of December.

Further Reading: Official Google Blog

Twitter vs. RSS – Nathan Rice has posted a great article on the Daily Blog Tips blog comparing Twitter followers and RSS subscribers.

Further Reading: Daily Blog Tips

30 Useful Twitter Tools – Tad Chef from SEOptimise has posted his top 30 Twitter tools, another good read for Twitter users.

Further Reading: SEOptimise

Google voice search for iPhone – Google has updated its iPhone application to include voice recognition. We’ve had a play with this in the office and it works just great, saving time and occasionally providing comical suggestions.

Further Reading: Search Engine Journal

Google Custom Search Engine on-demand – Google has updated its Custom Search Engine service to include on-demand indexing. This means you can create a site and have it indexed quickly (using your sitemap) so your users can search your site before it appears in Google’s main index.

Further Reading: Search Engine Journal

Picasa 3 – Google has today announced the release of Picasa 3 which is the first version of Picasa out of beta. There are some great new features including the ability to edit movies and automatically sync with web-based albums.

Further Reading: Google Photos Blog

Google SearchWiki – Google had added a new rating feature for logged in users of its search engine called SearchWiki. You can now vote up or down search results. It will be very interesting how the people at Google use this information- the impacts on SEO could be enormous.

Further Reading: Official Google Blog, Seth’s Blog, SEO Book, Search Engine Journal

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