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- Zawodny Leaves
Yahoo; Weiner To Go? And Linsley Departs Ask
Two big names have left Yahoo and Ask and speculation is that a third is to go. Below, more about he departures of Yahoo's Jeremy Zawdony, Ask's Peter Linsley and Yahoo's Jeffrey Weiner who is rumored to be leaving soon....
- SMX Advanced 2008 Wrap-up
- SMX Advanced:
Black, Blue And Read All Over
Learning is a fundamental and highly adaptive function in human beings. More than any other species, humans are designed to be flexible learners and active agents in how we go about acquiring knowledge and skills. Yet much of what people learn happens without any formal instruction. Think about it....
- Everything You
Wanted To Know About Blocking Search Engines
Last week, the three major search engines came together to say how they agree -- and disagree -- over the Robots Exclusion Protocol. It's such an important standard, one every webmaster should understand. To help, Vanessa Fox has compiled an extensive and outstanding overview of it at Jane &...
- McCain Using
Google To Vet VP Candidates
According to Reuters, presumptive Republican nominee John McCain is using Google as a tool to do background checks on potential running mates: "You know, basically it's a Google," he said to laughter at a fund-raising luncheon when asked how the selection process was going. "What you can find out now...
- McCain Website
I spotted an interesting story on Talking Points Memo about how John McCain had a menu item "Golf Gear" on his campaign website. My first thought was that this must have been clever hacker trying to make McCain look like an elitist. But no, the McCain campaign earnestly thinks golf...
- Google Adds
Numeric Scale And CSV Downloads To Google Trends
Google Trends has been a popular tool since its launch in 2006. It is one of several free tools that provides some helpful insight into search query popularity and by extension search volumes (although the tool doesn't explicitly report on search volumes). Since launch Google has added features, such as...
- Looking For
Stations With Cheap Gas Prices? Search Tools The Rescue!
As the price of gasoline is speeds toward $5.00, it's no surprise that tools helping consumers find less expensive gas are gaining visibility and popularity. Search Engine Journal and Google Maps Mania both have had nice roundups recently. Below, a look at some of the tools from them plus...
- SMN Webcasts
Next Week: Ad Networks On Tuesday, Quality Score On Wednesday
Two hot topics on Search Marketing Now webcasts coming up next week – on Tuesday, June 17 at 1 PM EDT, it's Ad Networks Best Practices: Keeping Your Advertisers Happy. Dana Todd, President Emeritus of SEMPO, and Tom Cuthbert, Moderator of the Click Quality Council, will talk about the current...
- Want To Bid On
Search Engine Land's Redesign & Redevelopment Project?
Search Engine Land will be going through a redesign in about two months, which we think will make it easier for people to find the vast amount of content we have here and publish each day. Our design and development spec is all set. Now it's just time to...
- Google Logo
People are always interested in the Google logo especially as they often change it. But anyone searching now for google logo might get a surprise, as noted by Ari. As all the relevant images Google could have shown in the top three, Google picked this one as the second...
- Googlers In
Space: Google Founder Brin Books Flight
Google Co-Founder Brin Books First Private Space Flight from SmartMoney reports that Sergey Brin, Google's co-founder, is booked to visit the International Space Station in 2011. The one of two seats available for the first private space flight to the International Space Station was reserved by Brin. Google Co-Founder Books...
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