Ask Jeeves Adds Smart Shopping Search Ask Jeeves, Inc. today announced the addition of Smart Search(SM) for Products […]
Ensight’s Jeremy Wright takes the diabolical angle on Google’s IPO Rumors in his piece, Google IPO is Evil. Here’s a clip.
Is the White House blocking search engine indexing of government web pages which feature information on the Iraq War?
2600 reports “WHITE HOUSE’S SEARCH ENGINE PRACTICES CAUSE CONCERN”
As the war in Iraq continues, is the White House intentionally preventing search engines from preserving a record of its statements on the conflict? Or, did their staff simply make a technical mistake?
With all of the IPO and Microsoft rumors flying around the Google rumor mill (the fact that Google […]
Microsft’s failed attempt to buy Google is another sign of the growing popularity of the privately-owned king of search engines.
You don’t need a search engine to find opinions about this topic: How much Google would command if it were to go through with a much-anticipated, first-time sale of stock to the public — which many believe could happen as early as the first quarter of 2004. The fascination with Google’s initial public offering is a no-brainer since it could prove the most lucrative and successful IPO since the dot-com crash.
Gator, the controversial AdWare company that earlier in the month sued to have the label of *spyware* detached […]
The Federal Trade Commission remains concerned that consumers may not be able to tell when search results are […]
Yahoo gets DotMusic Not really search engine marketing news, but relevant to the Search Engine Wars, Internet portal […]
I work for a decent-sized international charity as the Director of IS / IT. One of our bigger […]
Amazon’s Search Inside the Book Amazon.com today announced the launch of its latest innovation, Search Inside the Book. […]
Why should I invest time into this huge 128 page 39.2 MB eBook? If you have not read […]
Ok, I checked out the info on Mooter, a new Australian search engine and can say this… the […]
Navel gazing. A fabulous habit. With the amount that happens in North America it’s a wonder it isn’t […]
When the internet was swelling with paper millionaires Disney tried to cash in. With poorly guided inefficient systems […]
As of this morning, Google’s Page Rank has updated and the Search Engine Journal has a 7!! This […]
There are loads of rules for Search Engine Optimization (SEO). Things like “Use metatags” (or: don’t use metatags), […]
If you have any questions about having your site indexed in the DMOZ, try Resource-Zone: Open Directory Public […]
The Motley Fool is featuring a four part interview with Yahoo! CEO Terry Semel, which is taken from […]
Google Adwords: Regional Targeting FAQ Google is beta testing a new Regional Targeting feature that lets advertisers have […]