Today's search podcast covers new search patents including a tricorder-like device; AdSense's bot confirmed to be helping Googlebot; a new index aims to help quantify click fraud rates; Yahoo pleases Wall Street with earnings; how about a poster of Google search commands?; Google Australia is looking for a few good women -- actually, a lot of them -- and more!
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Upcoming Seminars: SEO and Conversion Rates: Hand-in-hand - RX for Large Paid Search Advertising Campaigns: Anatomy of an Enterprise Solution - Big Brand Search Engine Optimization: Managing Large Campaigns
Bill Slawski Joins SEW Blog As Patents & Search Research Correspondent
Greetings From Bill Slawski, SEW's New Patent Correspondent
Engine Watch Has Strong Bias Towards Last Names With "S"
New Search Patents: April 18, 2006 - Is That A Tricorder In Your Pocket?
Matt Cutts Confirms AdSense Bot Helping Googlebot With Indexing
New Click Fraud Index Aims To Quantify Click Fraud Rate
Search Ad Providers Gaze into their Crystal Balls
Up, Profits Down But Yahoo Meets Earnings Expectations
Pondering Free & Low-Cost WiFi
Yahoo Buys Meedio, Gains TiVo-Like Tech
Pirillo Search Podcasts From SES NY & Googlefasting
With Ask's Jim Lanzone
- A Poster Of
Google Search Commands
- Google Australia In Need Of Female Engineers