GMusic : Google Music vs. Apple iTunes? Google is already selling video downloads of sporting events and television […]
Copycats are all over the place and Kevin Rose (founder of digg) is no stranger to them. We have seen tons of digg wannabies crawl out of the woodwork but none of them were able to duplicate the digg success story. Probably because when it comes to ideas like that, there just isn’t room for one more at the top.
We’ve done a couple of posts that go into detail on what videos like these can accomplish. We saw this and just had to share. Enjoy the viral promotion!
Ask.com’s Stock Market Smart Answers Ask.com has added new Stock Market Smart Answers to their collection of high […]
Windows Live Local & Maps Adds Traffic & Social Sharing Microsoft has updated their Windows Live Local service, […]
Ask.com European Maps and Aerial Imagery Adding to this week’s European UK maps and aerial image rollout by […]
Topix and AP Sign News Distribution Deal From the Official Topix Blog, Chris Tolles announced that Topix has […]
Do you remember when you heard from your friend, or that notorious “somewhere”, that Google gave better search results? Next thing you know, you are going to Google.com to look for things on the Internet. Now, people are telling each other to just “Google it” when trying to find some information on the web.
Sphere Added To Time.com Via TechCrunch, Time.com has added the nifty Sphere It bookmarklet to a variety of […]
World Cup Firefox Extension & FIFA blinkx Search Can you feel the anticipation to the World Cup heating […]
MySpace & Google or MSN Hooking Up Over Search? Despite the sponsored listings in MySpace search being served […]
Measuring Link Value with Text Link Ads Text Link Ads has developed a new calculator tool which measures […]
Google Click-To-Play Video Ads for AdWords Google has just announced that they have found a way to effectively […]
Windows Live Local Expands in UK Microsoft’s Windows Live Local aerial imagery has updated with new & clearer […]
There are a lot of new toys out there for your website that can do a variety of different things. RSS feeds are one thing you can implement that are great for notifying subscribers that there has been new content added to your website. This can help keep you visitors “hooked” and coming back for more, or just make your website more valuable to them.
Search Engines Pose Security Risks, According to McAfee This via Pandia; “McAfee has published a study on the […]
Web Browser Hijack Worm in Yahoo Instant Messenger This from eWeek: “Security researchers have identified a new worm […]
Google Gains Search Share, MySpace Making Waves comScore Networks just released their monthly “State of the Search Engine […]
Google Fixing Site Command Search Bugs Google is fixing some issues which have been raised recently among webmasters […]
MySpace Losing Its Cool? Last week at Yahoo! Analyst Day, the company touted its social search and social […]