It has been a while since I posted a link update post, based on Google updating their webmaster tools report. One of the reasons for this is because there has been a two to three month bug, where Google has not updated the report with new links. Google has not confirmed via a Google Webmaster Help thread that the reports are now being updated with the latest linkage data.
We typically provide a grid of our top linked to pages from this report, so here it is:
December 2008 Linkage Data
Webmasters Report September 2008 Google SERP Changes
Search Marketers Respond to Twitter’s Removal of Bio Links in Profile Pages
How Do You Do SEO for a Site that is Under Construction?
Upper Case & Lower Case Searches May Return Different Google Search Results
Microsoft Endorses Link Exchanges — Or Do They?
Daily Search Forum Recap: November 28, 2008
Happy Thanksgiving ’08 From The Search Industry
A Conversation With Google CEO Eric Schmidt
How Important is the IP Address for SEO?
Keynote Conversation With Marissa Mayer
Now, the links report doesn’t seem all that logical to me. But it is possible, who knows. It might also be that the link report is still going through the process of updating.
For the past updates see:
June 2008 Google Linkage Data
Google Webmaster Tools Link Update More Frequent?
October 2007 Google Linkage Data
September 2007 Google Linkage Data
August 2007 Google Linkage Data
July 2007 Google Linkage Data
June 2007 Google Linkage Data
April 2007 Google Linkage Data
March 2007 Google Linkage Data
February 2007 Google Linkage Data
Forum discussion at Google Webmaster Help and DigitalPoint Forums.