Yahoo has launched a customized version of Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2, which has Yahoo search built into the browser. It’s good to see that Yahoo still has some fight left in them, I was beginning to think they’d thrown in towel for the search war. With the loyal following that Firefox has built I’m not sure yet whether this is a good move or not. What do you think?
Before I started this blog in January I read 10 Tips to Better Blogging, which I try to follow to some extent. Since then, I have learned a lot about blogging and one important thing that is not on that list.
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There’s a lot of good reasons your business should have a blog if it
doesn’t already have one. In fact, I’m going to go as far as to say that you cannot afford not to have one. Big business or small, it doesn’t matter, they are simply to powerful of a communication tool that you can’t ignore them.
There a lot of things that people hate in the world. Some people hate specific things, while others may hate certain types of people. People are passionate about what they hate, using hate and passion in your marketing campaign can help promote your product or service.
New stats from Hitwise has put Google at 60% of the total search queries performed in the US. They put Yahoo at 22% and MSN at 12%. Google’s share continues to climb while Yahoo and MSN are heading down the slope.
Some of the most popular phrases that are searched on the Internet are celebrity names. If you are a celebrity the freaky part about it is you don’t know why people are searching for you.
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