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  • New Search Engine FindingDulcinea Relies on Human Judgment
    Google, Yahoo, and MSN are the undisputed heavyweights of Web search, commanding more than 90% of the market. But that hasn't stopped scores of startups from challenging them with ...
  • Senators Voice Concern Over Google, DoubleClick Deal
    Two high-ranking senators Monday told the Federal Trade Commission they were concerned that Google's planned $3.1 billion acquisition of DoubleClick carries "profound and potentially far-reaching" implications for the Internet ...
  • Choosing Between In-house And Outsourced Paid Search
    George Michie of the Rimm-Kaufman Group serves up a roadmap for companies struggling with the choice of whether to handle PPC campaigns in-house, or hire an outside firm. Businesses th ...
  • Northern Light Upgrades Business Search With 'Meaning Extraction'
    The innovation continues in the vertical search space, this time, with Cambridge-based Northern Light and its "meaning extraction" feature. The strategic research and search technology firm has integrated the n ...
  • The Trouble With Canceling An AdWords Account
    What happens when an AdWords account is created in error, or needs to be canceled for some other odd reason? According to an email response Lee Odden received from Googl ...
  • We Know Paid Links Get the Smackdown, But What About Reciprocal Links?
    Webmasters still feeling the sting of Google's paid link PageRank smackdown may be wary of any link-building, sharing or juice-passing schemes, but one brave Ask Enquiro reader posed the questi ...
  • Making 'About Us' Be More About Them
    If a user is prowling through the "About Us" page on a site, chances are that they're closer to a conversion than a typical browser -- as according to Ston ...
  • Looking for Data in All The Wrong Places
    Everybody wants to know where the online ad industry (and the search ecosystem that drives it) is going. The problem is that everybody's looking in the wrong places for t ...
  • Lyris Rounds Out HQ Dashboard With PPC Management Tool
    With the addition of Bid Hero, a paid search campaign management tool, Emeryville, Calif.-based Lyris has assembled search, Web analytics, content management, landing page optimization, and email marketing solutions ...
  • 'World's First' Search Engine Wiki
    Wish there was a Wikipedia for search? Well, so did Kalena and Jerry Jordan, the Australian-based founders of an online Search Engine College, an online search marketing training institute. Togeth ...
  • Pinot Noir Or Chablis? Snooth Helps You Decide
    New York-based Snooth is a new search engine cum social shopping service that's devoted to wine. In public beta since June, the service already boasts nearly 2 million reviews ...
  • Yahoo And The ABCs of Search
    Yahoo continues to ink partnership deals that extend its sphere of search influence beyond the desktop and beyond the US. Case in point, a new distribution deal with ABCSearch ...
  • Superpages Gets All Web 2.0 On Local Search
    Idearc Media rolled out new user-generated features for Superpages.com last week, allowing searchers to upload pics of the businesses, and giving the companies themselves a mini blog space adjacent ...
  • Does the Length of Your Domain Registration Matter?
    While many Webmasters know that the search engines consider domain registrations as a factor in the ranking process, few details are known about how the information is used. For exampl ...
  • Search And Online Advertising: A Continual Evolution
    Online advertising has evolved significantly since Yahoo placed the first display ad on its home page as a test to see how users would react. Back then, no one w ...
  • I Joined A Startup
    Big changes in life are inevitable, especially in the interactive business. So I wanted to discuss the personal side of why I decided to join a startup venture. ...
  • Read Search Engine Land? Well, Here's What They Read
    Search Engine Land is one of the most comprehensive sources of search information on the Web, and the Third Door Media team (including Danny Sullivan and Chris Elwell) also educat ...
  • On Sitelinks And Brand Domination
    Rand Fishkin adds another layer to the discussion of how Google's switch to allowing up to 8 sitelinks to be listed underneath a general search listing will actually have maj ...
  • Live From New York, It's Yahoo At Ad:Tech
    Tim Mayer, Yahoo's vice president of product management for search, was one of the participants at Ad:Tech New York's SEO Workshop session last week, and the ensuing discussion produced ...
  • SearchBoth.com Expands To Search All
    Beverly Hills-based Searchboth used to let users pull search results from both Yahoo and Google at the same time and return it in split-screen format. Now the service aggregates sear ...
  • Google's Fight To Clean Up AdSense
    Just in time for the holiday search frenzy, Google has taken a big step toward reducing invalid clicks in its content network. The search giant has tightened up the "clickabl ...
  • Edison Also Asked: 'When Will People Get It?'
    Over the past few weeks, my general theme has been "why don't more people get it?" Why don't agencies get search. Why don't CEOs get search? Why don't more sear ...
  • The Mechanics Behind Live Search's Review Summaries
    Microsoft's Live Search now has a section called "Most Popular Products" that aggregates and summarizes user reviews of computer and electronics products within the search results. Thumbnails of the produc ...
  • OpenSocial And Facebook And Bebo, Oh My!
    With the explosion of social networking "platforms" in the past few weeks, and the increased convergence of search, social media and overall Web site optimization, figuring out which platform wor ...
  • Need Free (Or Cheap) Site Images? Try These Sources
    Adding images to blog postings or other site content is par for the course when it comes to drawing in the user's eye, and is a must for snagging addition ...
  • Google And Go Daddy Get Hitched
    Well, it's not an acquisition (yet), but Google and domain-hosting service Go Daddy have inked a new deal that will automatically give Go Daddy customers access to Google's suite ...
  • Ask Gains Search Traction
    By now, you must have seen at least one of IAC/InterActiveCorp's commercials for Ask.com, asking "Can your search engine do this?" and then proceeding to show off the virtues ...
  • Presidential Candidates Slow To Use Search Ads
    Less than half of the 2008 presidential candidates are using paid search advertising as part of their online campaign strategies, despite the widespread use of search by voters. Surprisingly, Republica ...
  • BuzzMetrics' Kalehoff Joins Search Start-Up, Wants To Bring Optimization To The Masses
    Social media guru and online media pundit Max Kalehoff has walked away from a senior role in Nielsen Online's BuzzMetrics unit to join a start-up in the burgeoning field ...
  • EC Extends Review of Google Merger
    The decision to extend the review shows the Commission has serious doubts about whether the merger meets antitrust standards The European authorities appear especially concerned with Google's AdSense network, whi ...