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Fortune 500, Failure, And Blogging
When Doc Searls observed to Wired's Chris Anderson that big companies may blog only because they're on the way down, Anderson and a squad of interns explored the Fortune 500 to see if that may be true.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
YouTube Topping Google Video Search
A blogger for online research firm Hitwise cited some reasons why user-driven video site YouTube is growing in popularity and usage.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Reuters Addresses Affiliate Issues...Sort Of
Reuters wants to find affiliates willing to place its news video player on their sites, but haven't really touched on the issue of compensating those affiliates.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Google Ads Taking A System Break
It's time for some routine maintenance on the AdWords and AdSense systems at Google, and users should still see their ads display as normal during the maintenance window.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Print Is The New WebZine
If Google can take its online model back to print, where media advertising started, there's no reason online publishers can't take their works and make them available in print too.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Only You Can Help Digital Maps
With an array of mapping technologies, satellite images, and aerial photos, map and local sites under the purview of Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and AOL still need the kind of information only local users can provide.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Did Amazon Treat Artist Like A Crumb?
The reclusive R. Crumb has had his representatives file a lawsuit against Amazon.com for copyright infringement of his "Keep on Truckin'" image.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
BBC Opens News Archive Online
For a brief time, the BBC will throw open the film vaults online and let UK-based users create mashups of the content.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Top Brands In '05; Trump, You’re Fired
Google, Oprah, hybrid cars are in; Britney, reality shows, and SUVs are out, according to the 2005 ImagePower Newsmaker Brands Survey that identifies which high-profile brands came out on top in consumers' minds, which brands suffered this past year.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
In China Search, It's The Year Of The Dog
The Chinese portal company Sohu wants a spokesdog for its search engine, Sogou, and will pay a salary and dog-oriented benefits to the winner.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Pandora Gives Music Fans Hope
With all the bad news for music lovers being generated by Sony rootkits, RIAA file-sharing lawsuits, payola practices, and music industry pressure on iTunes pricing, Pandora.com stands out like a Little Walter harp solo in the dark.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Gaining Street Cred In The Blogosphere
The blogosphere's a scary place for corporate America. It's unruly. It's wild. But one thing's for sure, it can't be ignored, and big companies are going to have to dismount from their high horses and get to street level.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Digg Unearthing New Tools
The swift growth of the Digg.com user-submitted and policed news site has suffered from spamming and attempts to game the system; Kevin Rose blogged that help is on the way.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
AdSense Is Smarter Than Site Publishers
Google's explanation about Ford Explorer ads showing up on numerous sites with no automotive-related content said it's all about the impressions.
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Date: 2005-12-30
 
Cutts, Zawodny, And The SEJ Awards
One last nod from the Search Engine Journal's Search Blog awards showed who the voters thought would be most likely to flame a spammer to crunchy blackened bits.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Will Musicians Hear The Magnatune?
As Eliot Spitzer gives music fans everywhere the holiday gift of seeing the four major music labels squirm in the face of his office's investigation of digital music download pricing, musicians may start considering other online options.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Search Moguls Embrace Hollywood
Financial Times men of the year, Google co-founders Sergey Brin and Larry Page, will be billed as executive producers of an indie film by an old college friend.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Google Base Is In The Red
The homepage for Google Base has been tweaked a bit, with a much simpler look-and-feel and a few links in red.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Page Rank Engine Released In Beta
A new meta-search engine has been released in beta that searches Google, Yahoo, and MSN and organizes results by page rank. P.R.A.S.E. (Page Rank Assisted Search Engine) is designed to eliminate duplicate results and streamline the process of finding link partners when building for SEO.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Apple’s iPod Year And Other Groovy Stuff
A number of tech companies have had big years but none may have had a bigger year than Apple. Apple has become of a part of the zeitgeist as much as pop stars and famous actors. It's all because of a little handheld music player called the iPod.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Shoppers Start At MSN, Yahoo
Internet users may be using Google to sift through all the world's information, but a slightly higher percentage of online shoppers start their trips on Yahoo and MSN.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Web Images, Sons, Nail Bank-Robbing Dad
An Illinois man will be sentenced for a string of bank robberies; the trail leading to his arrest went through the Internet and his sons.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Ballmer, Gates, And Glam Rock On MSN
Microsoft plans on making six hours of content available from New York's Times Square and covering various musical performances during the celebration.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Battelle Aims For Ad Mogulhood
In his discussion about Federated Media (FM) Publishing with Performancing's Nick Wilson, noteworthy author/publisher John Battelle touched on the importance of ads for his nascent company.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
2005 Search Engine Journal Blog Awards
Many thanks to the readers and responders who nominated our blog as one of the top search engine optimization related blogs of 2005.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Search Related Philanthropic Foundations
This happens every year. The Yuletide holidays leave a massive hole in the world of search engine news. To be blunt, practically nothing major is happening at this time.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Google Steamrolls Wall Street
jug·ger·naut: n. 1. Something, such as a belief or institution, that elicits blind and destructive devotion; 2. An overwhelming, advancing force that crushes or seems to crush everything in its path-Dictionary.com
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Insecurity At The FBI Jobs Website
Information technology workers who manage to find employment at the Federal Bureau of Investigation may want to make their first task improving the security certificate used on FBIJobs.gov.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Amazon Connects, But It's Not Blogging
A new service from Amazon.com lets authors connect with their fans by posting extra content about their books or forthcoming works.
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Date: 2005-12-29
 
Google Clarifies Base Jump Change
Google has now officially acknowledged the placement of jump pages in Google Base, a change that had been quietly implemented recently.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
TV Likes Internet As Focus Group
Blogging about whether or not a star for a new TV show has all the screen presence of a bowl of fruit could end up as part of a report to program executives.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
One Man's Victory Over Spam
A UK businessman found unwanted messages in his inbox, so he turned to a European Union law that permits claiming damages from the spammers in court.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
More Women Tuning Into Podcasts
Reminiscent of the early Web, the earliest adopters of podcasts are male. But the new medium is gaining steam among women too, a new survey shows.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Microsoft Bets Big On XML
After having played hard-to-get over XML formats in Office, Microsoft submitted its Open Office XML File Formats as part of a developing standard.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Regift it? Nah, Just eBay It
If someone gave you a tiki-head tissue dispenser for Christmas instead of the Disney vacation you wanted, online auction sites like eBay or Yahoo! Auctions could be the place to convert it into quick cash.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
TV Watches Ad Money Go Online
The newspapers will be reading more about it too, as the vital cash lifeblood of both print and television has been forecast as heading online in even greater numbers.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Steve Rubel Hacks Google Book Search?
Steve Rubel, best known for his blogs on integrating technology into public relations, may have stumbled upon something interesting. In a recent blog post by Rubel, he claims to be on to something.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Still No One-Stop Travel Search
Though travel bookings remain the largest component of e-commerce, generating over of third of the $145 billion US online market, no single travel search engine (TSE) has emerged as the best one-stop shop for finding the best rates on airfare, hotels, or car rentals, says Consumer Reports WebWatch. The bottom line is, says WebWatch, you'd better shop around.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Spammers Craftier In ‘05
America Online just released its annual Top Ten Spam List, a collection of email subject lines that, says the company, illustrates that spammers are getting more "sophisticated, devious, and dangerous."
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Man DDoSed eBay With 20K Bots
The wheels of justice finally turned up a guilty verdict in a 2003 case where an Oregon man, working with others, used a 20,000 PC bot network to hit eBay with a DDoS attack.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
AdSense Trojan Could Be On The Loose
An Indian web publisher claims a Trojan program that replaces Google ads with a different set of ads has been found in the wild.
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Date: 2005-12-28
 
Blog Thefts Infuriate Bloggers
Business 2.0 writer Om Malik and a bunch of other bloggers discovered a site was cheerfully snagging and reposting their content, alongside plenty of Google AdSense blocks.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Boing Boing, Harry Potter Tops In Blogs
BlogPulse announced its lists of the top ten blogs and topics across a variety of categories in the blogosphere for 2005.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Network TV Hits The Streams, iPods
CBS sitcoms get the Yahoo streaming video treatment for a week, while NBC posted a free video clip from "Saturday Night Live" to iTunes.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Opera Rumors Hit A Sour Note
First a story about Google picking up the Oslo-based browser software company surfaced, then one placing Microsoft in the acquirer role; one humorous article that followed said Opera was buying itself!
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
A Quick Guide To Content Copyrights
Copyright and intellectual property rights will be a big issue for webmasters in the coming years. Google's Book Search offering caused quite a stir with publishers this year and the new music search function may or may not be an issue, depending on how the function is perceived by the music industry. This article will address some of the questions surround Fair Use and copyright law, especially as it pertains to music lyrics.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Google Opening Feed Reader API
The next API Google opens to developers will be for its RSS feed reading service, Google Reader.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Yo, NYC Site Getting Updated
As part of the Big Apple's marketing ventures, the city will support a new website dedicated to selling its official merchandise; you gotta problem with that?
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Testing Your Search Promiscuity?
Just how good is your good name on the Internet? A few California college students have put together a Google search-based tool called the "Slut-O-Meter" that will help you find out. Might want to put down that white wedding dress until you know your rating.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Social/GGM Website Growth Soars
The recent buzz around user-generated content isn't misplaced. With younger users especially, who will become the next generation of consumers and developers, websites that leverage the ability for users to create and control content will grow the most. A recent report from Nielsen/NetRatings provides the numbers that support this notion.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Firefox Gets File-Sharing Extension
A new Firefox extension has been debuted that incorporates peer-to-peer capabilities into the browser via a sidebar. AllPeers "combines the strength of Firefox and the efficiency of BitTorrent" to add media sharing to the long list of available extensions.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Spitzer Going After Music Business
New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is going after the music industry and subpoenas have been filed in relation to an ongoing antitrust investigation into the pricing of music downloads.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Ask Jeeves For A Translation
Jeeves may have been fired, but that doesn't mean we're going to stop talking to him. AskJeeves (now Ask.com) has added a new language tool that translates webpages, defines search terms, refers to Roget's Thesaurus for synonyms, and helps searchers with pronunciation. I onder-way ether-way eeves-Jay an-cay anslate-ay ig-pay atin-lay?
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
More Search Awards From SEJ
Search Engine Journal is taking a bit longer than anticipated in releasing its inaugural Search Engine Blogs awards, but a couple of new results have been announced.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Google Rates A Lawsuit Over VoIP
Rates Technology sued Google in October over the Voice-over-Internet-Protocol component in Google Talk, but Google's investment in AOL could render that moot.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Google Base Makes A Jump
Clicking on a link to a listing in Google Base doesn't go directly to the site with the listing, but to a Google Base jump page instead.
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Date: 2005-12-27
 
Warner Hears The Music From Spitzer
Steve Jobs isn't the only one concerned about pressure from the major music labels over music download pricing; New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer has sent Warner Music Group a subpoena about the issue.
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Date: 2005-12-26
 
Google: 2008 For AOL IPO Date
The search advertising company should see a quick turnaround for its $1 billion investment in Time Warner's AOL, as SEC filings from Google indicate.
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Date: 2005-12-26
 
The Oscars Now Playing Online
Screener copies of movies under consideration for the Academy Awards have been making very illegal debuts online, as a tracking company finds a few of them making the rounds on the Internet.
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Date: 2005-12-26
 
Microsoft Ups Stakes In RSS Race
Companies that offer RSS reader products and services are now in a race against time, as Microsoft prepares RSS functionality within Outlook.
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Date: 2005-12-26
 
Did Google Earth Violate US Law?
Google has agreed to make changes to the resolution of images of sites in Israel, after concerns about security against terrorism surfaced.
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Date: 2005-12-26
 
YouTube Back On MySpace
MySpace members who use the YouTube service should be able to place videos on their profiles again.
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Date: 2005-12-24
 
Follow Santa's Trip Via Email
Nothing generates greater paranoia in small children than the notion of sleek little elves watching their every movement, monitoring all their behavior and determining whether that child has been naughty or nice. Perhaps now, at least for a little while, the tables are turned. This year, MindComet has secured OfficialSantaEmail.com.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Google Debunks AOL Chatter
After seeing several thousand news stories and blog posts about the $1 billion investment Google made in Time Warner's AOL, Google has come out to address some of the more hotly-debated issues about the deal.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Microsoft AdCenter Generates SEM Buzz
Return-on-investment (ROI) is up and the waiting list for advertisers to join AdCenter has lengthened, causing search marketers to clamor for a quicker AdCenter rollout.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Blog Blog Spam Blog Blog
One out of five newly-created blogs isn't a sports fan's ramblings, a teenager's angst journal, or a cab driver's work experiences, but just a vehicle for stealing content and displaying advertising.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Microsoft Buying Opera Rumor Swirling
The Oslo-based maker of the Opera web browser may have been acquired by Microsoft, which may have beaten Google in bidding for the company. Maybe.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Google Guys Get Another Award
Sergey Brin and Larry Page have been named the Financial Times men of the year, adding to their accolades received in 2005.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
When Web Services Go Bad
Much has been made of the new wave of web services, where a hosted application fulfills the needs of numerous users. When it goes wrong, though, the efficiency of the distributed system plummets.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Bloglines Talks Growth And Pirates
Mark Fletcher, Bloglines founder, has been a part of the Ask Jeeves family since February. The service has seen growth, its attendant pains, and a makeover for the downtime plumber.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Feedster: ‘Evolution’ Or Corp. Darwinism?
With the backing of Feedster co-founder and former Chief Technical Officer Scott Johnson, then Vice President of Sales and Marketing Chris Redlitz was promoted to president of the company on November 7th. By December 14th, Johnson was not only given his walking papers, but also was voted off the board of directors. Redlitz was voted onto the board in his place. Unlike when Redlitz was promoted to president, no press release was issued announcing the change.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Creative Commons Facing IRS Threat
The non-profit Creative Commons licensing project needs to raise $225,000 by the end of 2005 to face down the IRS requirement of "public support."
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Yahoo Encourages Cyber Giving
Network For Good and Yahoo have partnered on the Cyber Giving Week initiative, and provided a site with donation links, and resources and tools to help with learning about where to contribute and how it impacts taxes.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
What Jeeves Was Searching For
The folks at Ask Jeeves released their top searches list and it was a list of usual suspects. They broke the list down into top news stories, top celebrity searches, top pictures, top health, top entertainment and top sports. Unfortunately, my name didn't appear anywhere in the list…again.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Google Preps Video For Download
Changes are afoot at Google's Video service, with some tweaks and twists to the terms of service that hint tantalizingly at a payment-based download service.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Don't Say YouTube To MySpace
The holidays wouldn't be the same without an Orwellian overtone derived from some tech company practicing a smidgen of censorship, in this case MySpace apparently doing its best to keep users from displaying videos from or even mentioning YouTube.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Microsoft Fires Back At EC
The brinkmanship being played between Microsoft and the European Commission escalated as the world's largest tech company responded to a Statement of Objections from the EC.
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Date: 2005-12-23
 
Online Ad Market $26 Billion In '06
Among the numerous lists and predictions making the pre-holiday rounds online comes another forecast of a bright and profitable market for online ads.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
When Email Comes To Dinner
Sadly there were no tales of bad behavior at the home of WSJ.com correspondent Lee Gomes, who invited the heads of email teams from Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo to dinner with the admonishment that bad behavior would not be tolerated.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Google Stuff, Minus The AOL Bit
It only seems like the Google deal with AOL was the only thing the search advertising company did this week; this is a quick look at some news out of the Googleplex.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Yahoo Heard You About Audio Search
The search crew at Yahoo has managed to work an Audio tab onto Yahoo's front page, to allow users to begin their music or podcast search as soon as they hit the site.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Battelle Not Hacked!
Looks like "The Search" has turned up a bizarre technical problem, as the home page for BattelleMedia.com now pulls up a page titled RocknGo instead.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Wink At Powered People Search
Another day, another startup splashes online. All of the Silicon Valley insiders and the beautiful people on Memeorandum have been writing about Wink.com today, so we'll add our two cents from the heart of the Bluegrass as well.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Jews For Jesus Go After Google
A Christian evangelical group known as Jews For Jesus filed suit against Google in federal district court claiming a blog hosted through Blogspot (a Google property) infringes on the group's trademark.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Microsoft Vs. EU: Show Me The Money
Microsoft must open up its code or face a €2 million ($2.4 million) a day in fines from the European Commission. The feud over this has been brewing for some time and it seems to be coming to a head. They've given Microsoft five weeks to comply.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Don’t Sue Me, Just Pick Up The Phone
Three companies control the reprint rights to about 80 percent of the world's song lyrics, or so says Warner Chappell's Jay Morgenstern. If that's the case, then it should be relatively easy to license the reprinting of those lyrics and avoid the Music Publisher Association's threats to take action next year against websites that post song lyrics.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Yahoo Stream Millions For Howard Stern
Yahoo released the metrics for the Howard Stern celebration and the number came to over 4.4 million streams of live video on December 16th. Additionally, more than 214,000 watched the activities after his final day on terrestrial radio. This is the largest live entertainment webcast.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Google Snakes In Python Creator
Guido van Rossum, creator of the Python programming language, has been drawn into the coils of the Googleplex.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
2005 Search Blog Awards Debut
Loren Baker's Search Engine Journal sponsored the 2005 Search Engine Blog Awards and recently announced the winners of the inaugural competition.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Kai-Fu Lee Court Saga Ends
Microsoft and Google have brought an end to their legal battles over Dr. Kai-Fu Lee, who has become famous for defecting to Google to helm their operations in China, and led to Microsoft suing to compel him to comply with his one-year non-compete agreement.
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Date: 2005-12-22
 
Yahoo Search Guys Go Webcasting
Jeremy Zawodny and Tim Mayer, known for their search work with Yahoo, have a webcast/podcast planned for debut.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Digg Makes The Mainstream Media
The website for a North Carolina TV station has added a page that shows the top stories promoted to the front page of Digg.com, but doesn't link to it from the station's home page.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Google Sends Librarians A Letter
Matt Cutts authored the first article for Google's Newsletter for Librarians, where he answered the question "How does Google decide what result goes at the top of the list?" and provided exercises for students to do to help them understand ranking.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Yahoo Wants Firefox Users To Switch
One Firefox user visiting Yahoo's home page was surprised to see Yahoo invite him to switch his default search option from Google to Yahoo in three easy steps.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Guardian Plays Google Game, And Wins
It took a week for a writer to push a spoof web site to the very top of the Google rankings for the search term "eco-friendly flip-flops."
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Holiday Text Messaging
Recently, a division of AOL, Tegic Communications conducted a survey regarding text messaging holiday greetings. The information suggests that many would be willing or are planning to text message their holiday greetings.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Tagging Comes Out Of The Shadows
The CEO of Pluck discussed how the newest service, social tagging site Shadows, presents a good experience for its users.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Center For Citizen Media To Form
Dan Gillmor plans to establish a non-profit center to support grassroots citizen journalism in 2006, and will be affiliated with UC Berkeley and Harvard University.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Blogger’s Firefox Gossip Machine
Google's Blogger.com has made available a new Firefox extension that allows surfers to automatically see what bloggers are saying about the page they are viewing. The extension works like an instant gossip machine keeping a running tally of who's saying what about whom.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Juniper Battles "Defamers And Libelers"
Comments made by as many as ten people using the message boards at the Light Reading website have the networking company ticked off and filing suit against "defamers and libelers."
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Ask Jeeves What's The Word
As IAC/InterActive's search engine prepares to make debuts in Europe in 2006, the Ask team has implemented some new features for searchers.
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Date: 2005-12-21
 
Yahoo Puts Bang Into Search
Tis the season to wait in traffic, wait for a parking space, wait in line; holidays can be such a weight on a person. Yahoo has delivered a better bang for getting search results, so people don't have to spend as long typing.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Google A Finalist For S.F. WiFi
The City of San Francisco has winnowed its list of potential wireless broadband providers to five, and Google is one of the quintet that made the cut.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Yahoo Trims Text Ad Length
Brevity will be a necessity for Yahoo Search Marketing advertisers, because in less than a month Yahoo will chop ads down from 190 characters to 70 characters in length.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Google Lyrics Search—Déjà vu?
At what point has the music industry's fierce guarding of it's content gone too far? And how far does Fair Use protect Google as it seeks to index the world's information? The biggest blow-out of the year was between Google and publishers over the Google Book Search project. The next big blow-out may land Google in the sights of the music industry after the search company launched a music lyrics search function.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Google Jumps As Lexar Drives
A hardware deal with flash drive maker Lexar will see a selection of Google's products available to install on a PC from the Lexar JumpDrive.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
World Of Warcraft Cracks 5 Million
Blizzard Entertainment, creators of some of the most popular games ever to hit the computer, announced on Monday their "World of Warcraft" game hit 5 million players worldwide. The top-selling, subscription-based massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) took off a year ago and has been incredibly successful.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
More Tweaks To Technorati
A smattering of new features and updates makes the blog search site an easier to use and understand service for its visitors.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
How Telecoms Will Kill The Internet
Net neutrality is coming to an end, as an array of deep-pocketed telecom firms throw money and lobbyists at Congress in an unyielding effort to put a barely-figurative chokehold on Internet users.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Reuters Offering Video To Web Affiliates
The global news organization has begun a test period where site publishers can add a cross-platform video player to their sites and show breaking news stories.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Google Zeitgeist: The Year In Graphs
After a tumultuous year of natural disasters, terror attacks, celebrity hoopla, dead popes, and pop-star courtroom shenanigans, Google has released its 2005 Year-End Zeitgeist to give us a "selective view of our collective year." Who knew a graphic rendition of the year would look like a bunch of wavy lines? My head hurts. Darn techies.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
One Billion Web Users Need Better Websites
Some time this year, the number of Internet users reached one billion. Billion with a "b." If you count to one billion at one number per second, it would take you over 31 years to finish. It has taken the Internet 36 years to count that high, says web usability expert and former Sun Microsystems engineer Dr. Jakob Nielsen. The next 10 years will bring the second billion, growing at an annual rate of 18 percent, and will include unprecedented numbers from Asia and senior citizens-and that has huge implications in e-commerce.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Yahoo Contributes Data To Ad-Market Metrics
Yahoo! and Marketing Management Analytics, Inc. launched a new service aimed at helping marketers improve their return on overall marketing investments by evaluating the offline sales impact of their online marketing programs. That's press release speak for knowing if your eggs are in the right basket.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Firefox Gets Blogging Extension
Nick Wilson and Jed Brown at Performancing built a Firefox extension that launches a blog entry editor and publishes to Blogger, Moveable Type, or WordPress from within the browser.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Ho Ho No! Santa Worm On IM
Users of instant messaging systems MSN, AIM, ICQ, and Yahoo could get smacked with a worm that entices people to click on a link to Santa Claus.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Gawker To Peek At Silicon Valley
Rumors have begun to swirl that Nick Denton's next move after getting placement on Yahoo sites will be to establish a Gawker-like site that looks at the drama and gossip in Silicon Valley.
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Date: 2005-12-20
 
Google Money A Prelude To AOL IPO
By investing $1 billion in AOL, Google may be placing AOL in a position to go public as a separate company and could reap a big return.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Microsoft IE Leaves Mac Safari
Microsoft will no longer support Internet Explorer on the Macintosh platform, and the browser itself won't be available for download.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
The Web Master Has A Blog
Tim Berners-Lee, whose work at CERN led to the creation of the World Wide Web, has joined the blogosphere himself.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Bill And Melinda Gates Open More Windows
Normally, the articles for this are about trends and technologies in Windows. This story will be a bit more about Bill Gates, founder and chief software architect of Microsoft. Something Bill Gates and his wife Melinda are becoming more known for though is the charitable work of their foundation. Time magazine made them their "Person of the Year."
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
AIT Aims To Burst Google's Bubble
"This is the second time the bubble bursts." The austere warning from AIT CEO Clarence Briggs seemed like an alarmist's rendition of reality. But then he said, "It's easier to join it than it is to stand up and fight it." And he was right.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
IBM's UIMA Goes From Search To Concept
The reason why people are better at answering questions than search engines is due to people understanding the concept behind a question; while search engines do well on context, IBM sees concepts as the next great advance in search technology.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Icahn Unhappy With Google-AOL News
A $1 billion cash infusion by Google into AOL in exchange for a 5 percent minority stake has powerful investor Carl Icahn concerned that Time Warner is "on the verge of making a disastrous decision."
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Japan’s Search For Search
Google's blockbuster business model has caught the attention of the Land of the Rising Sun. The Japanese government has formed a team tasked to develop it's own Internet search engine utilizing government, technology companies, and university talent, according to AFP.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Most Searched, Most Blogged, And Snobs
The end of every year brings us all things "most" and "best" as list-crazy statisticians scramble to compile the subjects, people, companies, and fads are omnipresent in the popular mind. And the popular mind is, well, clueless.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
AOL, You've Got SEO
As part of the deal with Google, the search advertising company will teach AOL how to optimize its pages for best placement in the Google rankings.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Microsoft Exposes Google AdSense Scheme
Mistyping a URL in the address bar of a browser can lead to a ring of traffic-stealing "typo-squatters" that ripoff the AdSense for domains system at the expense of Google and its advertisers.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Time To Grow For Ask Jeeves
The IAC/InterActiveCorp property will add about 130 more staffers to its search engine crew at Ask Jeeves.
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Date: 2005-12-19
 
Gmail Hits The Small Screen
Mobile phone users can now access Gmail on their preferred handset's browser, and Google has included a few features to enhance the mobile version too.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
Structured Blogging Concept Shot Down
The short time it took for the idea of structured blogging to be brought back to Earth makes the 18-month timeframe of Moore's Law look like a glacial epoch.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
Google Safe Browsing May Be Unsafe
The new Firefox plug-in from Google that helps to thwart phishing schemes may itself pose a problem to uses due to a security flaw.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
Yahoo Knows How Well Ads Work
A premium service from Yahoo will let advertisers know just how well online ads work for their sites, thanks to a deal with an econometric analysis firm.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
Exclusive--Feedster Ousts CTO
According to anonymous sources, Feedster co-founder and Chief Technical Officer J. Scott Johnson was voted off the executive board of the company, presumably because of a difference in creative visions. Those differing visions may have spawned from a riff over the role of advertising in the future of Feedster, an assertion WebProNews was unable to confirm.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
Success Hammers Blogging Sites
Six Apart and Bloglines have had performance issues as spikes in usage push the capabilities of their data centers to the limit.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
AIT Weaves Tales Of Click-Fraud Networks
Web-hosting company AIT CEO Clarence Briggs can't tell you much about the company's taking over the lead for Click Defense in a class action lawsuit against Google. "It's a bunch of legal stuff," he says. What he can do is take you on a journey of retailers that sell click fraud software, of affiliate networks set up to dupe advertisers with automated clicks, and computer geeks with mob-like tendencies.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
AOL: Google, Yes; Microsoft, No
A five percent stake in AOL could be the price the search advertising giant has to pay to keep Microsoft from moving in and becoming AOL's partner on search and advertising.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
Google Space Could Expand Beyond London
The experimental Internet browsing center set up and staffed by Google at London's Heathrow Airport could be an experiment repeated elsewhere.
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Date: 2005-12-16
 
RSS Evolving As A Message Medium
The RSS & Brand session at the Syndicate Conference discussed the potential for RSS feeds to become a preferred way to get the message from businesses to consumers; now the technology just needs more users to begin using it.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Experian Credited With PriceGrabber Buy
Comparison shopping site PriceGrabber.com has been acquired by Experian and will be part of Experian's existing initiatives in interactive marketing.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Microsoft, Google, Sun Get RAD
Joint collaboration on a Reliable, Adaptive and Distributive Systems lab at UC-Berkeley has the three tech companies contributing $7.5 million toward the lab's mission of creating freely-available web services.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
It's...Another Yahoo Index Update
The Sixth Weather Report from Yahoo Search should be completed sometime today, and site publishers will want to look and see where they may be placed.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Alexa Allows Personal Search Development
Alexa is a little-known search company owned by Amazon, which is primarily used by search marketers as a basic statistics provider.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
From RSS To My Media
So far only 4 percent of those polled say they use RSS (really simple syndication). Yahoo Senior Director of Personalization Products, Scott Gatz, says that number should be closer to 27 percent, as many use RSS and don't know it. Yahoo began publishing RSS feeds via Yahoo News and Yahoo Buzz back in 2003.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Google Can Name That Tune
The newest aspect of Google's massive searching entity has launched and it's a music search. Basically, the jist is they've added more details for music-oriented searches. While the search right now is somewhat limited, they do plan on expanding the listings.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
AOL Really Takes It Off
The pounds will melt away as AOL and the TV show 'Good Morning America' plan to launch a weight-loss challenge for their online and television audiences.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Loved Ones Live On At MySpace
On her MySpace.com website, 16-year-old Molly posts a heart-rending obituary/tribute to her 19-year-old brother, Josh. In November, Josh, also a MySpace member, set his truck on fire, got inside and shot himself. Two weeks later, Josh still gets updates about how the Steelers are doing, posted in the usual conversational style in the comments section of his site.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Everyone’s Search For Britney Spears
Yahoo released their top searches for 2005 and for the third time in the last four years, Britney Spears tops the list. This ranking comes despite the fact she's not released any new material in the last year. The real hit for her search ranking happened when her child was born back in September with her husband, Kevin Federline.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Christmas Comes Early To Gmail
Google followed the addition of two new extensions for the Firefox browser with the announcement of two new features for the Gmail service.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Google Unwiring Mountain View
Google has been installing the radios and equipment necessary for nearly two weeks. to provide its home base of Mountain View with wireless broadband access.
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Google Talk Jabbers A Jingle
Specifications created by Google and Jabber for carrying VoIP and video will be released as an open set of extensions to the Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol (XMPP).
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Date: 2005-12-15
 
Structured Blogging From The Syndicate
The Structured Blogging Initiative was formally announced at the Syndicate Conference yesterday.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
GoFish Nets Deal With Tribune
The Tribune Company's online division, Tribune Interactive, plans to use GoFish technology for multimedia search on the Metromix websites.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Your Cellphone Thinks You're Ubersexual
Cellphones using the latest T9 software from AOL's Tegic Communications unit know about a whole bunch of new words that you may not know yourself.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Even More Google Customizing
Google has taken the personalized homepage concept a step further down the development path and released an API for creating homepage modules.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Washington Post, Blogger Cross Swords
Confusion and politics figure in the dust-up between the newspaper, its website, and bloggers who have blasted the paper's ombudsman and its political editor over their views on a column appearing on the Post's website.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Yahoo Is In The Wow House
Yahoo plans to create a third original web-only series; this one will be a reality show that embraces and extends the "home makeover" concept, called "Wow House."
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Feedster/Biz360 Keep Eyes On The Mob
A lot of criticism was flung at Forbes' Daniel Lyons after he characterized the blogosphere "an online lynch mob" that swarms the object of their blog-rage, whether the information is accurate or not. Lyons created his own self-fulfilling prophecy and was cyber-lynched by the same collection of pundits he had accused.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Blogger Blocked In China
This whole free-speech thing is really getting under the Chinese government's skin. Access to Google's Blogger.com, which was blocked for three years until this past October, appears to have again been blocked by the Communist government, according to InfoWorld.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
More AdWords Goodness From Sitemaps
The latest version of Google Sitemaps provides more information for users of the service, as Google looks to drive more usage of the utility among site publishers.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Windows Live Too Local For Some
A member of MSN's Virtual Earth team was compelled to post a response to security concerns raised over the Windows Live Local "Locate Me" feature.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
When Doc Searls Blogged Jonathan Schwartz
Sun Microsystems president and COO Jonathan Schwartz and Linux Journal senior editor Doc Searls chatted at a morning Syndicate Conference session; it was a watershed moment in the ongoing discussion of blogging and business.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Howard Stern And Yahoo, Sirius
Internet portal powerhouse Yahoo announced on Wednesday exclusive, Internet video coverage and an audio webcast of the party celebrating Stern's moving to Sirius satellite radio.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Syndication Is No Replacement For Email
At the Syndication Conference in San Francisco there are a lot of believers in RSS as a replacement for email marketing. I can't disagree more and finally ... I found two speakers yesterday who still believe in email. Now, I have a vested interest here ... my company iEntry Inc. which publishes WebProNews derives about 70% of our revenue via email ads in our newsletters. We have RSS feeds too!
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
A Stab At Explaining The Future of Syndication
At the Syndicate Conference in San Francisco, iEntry Inc. CEO Rich Ord sat in on a session entitled "Compound Feeds, Micro-content and the Future of Syndication." The premiere developers of next generation web technology were there to talk it up, but unless you're really in the loop, you're saying, "micro-what?" This is really some Web 2.0/Semantic Web conceptual tech heady stuff…we may need a translator.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Opera Could End If Google Sings
When it comes to market capitalization, Google is definitely a prima donna of substantial girth; the next aria it sings could be a swan song for the Norwegian-made Opera browser.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Steve Gillmor Wants Attention
ZDNet International contributing editor and AttentionTrust.org president Steve Gillmor spoke at San Francisco's Syndicate Conference on attention and its worth online.
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Date: 2005-12-14
 
Alexa Embraces Web Developers
Amazon.com's Alexa unit has been turned into a web service, to allow developers API access to the search engine's database.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Microsoft Calls MCI For VoIP
Microsoft plans to implement VoIP calling in the upcoming version of Windows Live Messenger and have partnered with MCI to deliver the service.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
The Newest RSS Reader
So you're wondering what to get the information supageek who needs something else? Perhaps you're the one who can never get enough information? Can't do without the news for even one moment? Boy is there a gift for you. It's a new form of RSS reader. It's called the RSSTroom Reader.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
USA Today Links Web, Print Newsrooms
Online and print news operations will be combined to embrace and extend USA Today's work to a single 24-hour newsroom.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
MTV, Microsoft Crank The Amps To 11
A digital music service from MTV called URGE launches in 2006, and Microsoft will integrate URGE into a new version of the Windows Media Player.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Pulitzer Opens Door For Online News
Online newspapers are no longer exempt from winning the most prestigious writing award in America. The Pulitzer Prize Board announced last week that newspapers may submit online material as well as print content in all 14 journalism categories, starting in 2006.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Syndicate Speakers Handle Dialog Truth
Syndicāte Conference chairperson and Linux Journal senior editor Doc Searls opened Syndicāte with a brief history of blogging's Genesis before bringing HP Enterprise Brand Communications director Scott Anderson on stage for the keynote address, where he stressed the importance of dialog.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Search Sophistication (Or Lack Thereof)
So I'm an Aristotelian pretentious egghead iconoclast jerk. Sue me. But at the end of every year when various media rehash what was on the collective mind of my compatriots, I tarry near weeping-okay, so that's dramatic, but have you seen what the kids are searching for on the Internet these days? Don't say porn.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Oh My! The Web’s Alive
The Syndicate Conference is going on this week in San Francisco and WebProNews publisher Rich Ord flew out to see what the all the fuss is about. He sat in on the first session by the original Technorati, David Sifry, who tells us what makes the Live Web special.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
The Brave New World of RSS and Blog Ads
While at the Syndate Conference in San Francisco, iEntry Inc. CEO Rich Ord shoots back his notes, which I have (hopefully) transcribed and expanded on correctly. Wish me luck.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
How To Thrive With Open Content
Syndication, aggregation, and generation offer three ways for companies to benefit from an open approach to content rather than a proprietary model.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Jessica Perry Collects The Content Toll
Delivering the evening keynote at the Syndicate Conference was Dow Jones Consumer Electronic Publishing senior VP for Business Development and Marketing, Jessica Perry, whose Wall Street Journal Online isn't giving all of its content away online.
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Date: 2005-12-13
 
Syndicate Don't Hesitate
IDG's content syndication conference, Syndicāte, begins today with Yahoo, Microsoft, and Google among the speakers discussion social media topics like blogs, podcasts, and RSS feeds.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Yahoo Builds Blogging Into Small Business
A deal with Movable Type software maker Six Apart has Yahoo offering professional blogging tools with its small business web services.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Yahoo Updates Its Widgets
The mini-applications provided by Yahoo after its purchases of Pixoria/Konfabulator have received some new entries and a tweaked engine to run them.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
SES Wrap-Up: Snow, SEO, and Angry CEOs
I never thought I'd be upset to be walking in to the Hilton on Michigan Avenue in Chicago. But after camping at O'Hare for six hours, scrambling to rebook flights for two, catching the Blue Line for one, and trudging through the snow for another hour, I was more than a little peeved to be walking into the gilded Hilton lobby instead of my house for the night. Danny Sullivan had assured one cold lady on Monday that all the heat was in his room, and judging by how I was shivering, that was probably true.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Yahoo Lost On Original Content
A year into ‘Lost' creator Lloyd Braun's regime at Yahoo's Santa Monica base of media operations hasn't yielded a solid web-based original content hit, and worse, advertisers aren't buying in either.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
The Road Ahead—And Who’s Driving
There are so many metaphors to describe the future of the Internet. It's a beehive--busy, varied, distracted, and catacombed. It's a world within a world, a microcosm, a virtual political/social/you-name-it mirror of the world outside, with good and bad neighborhoods, with utopian egalitarian potential that may never be fully reached.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
MSN Paying Searchers, Redux
Bill Gates may entice Google searchers to give MSN Search a try by offering the ultimate incentive: cold hard cash from the Microsoft money pile.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
MSNBC Advertising Porn Valley On Blogs
Nothing catches the eyes like the neon pink silhouette of a nude female, especially when run in high traffic media sites. MSNBC knows this and that's just what they've done. An upcoming story from MSNBC has grabbed the attention of many because it's showing up on about 800 blogs.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Firefox Extension Could Wreck MSN AdCenter
A dedicated development community has helped the Firefox web browser gain market share; the ability to enhance its usefulness with third-party extensions could be disastrous for Microsoft's pending debut of AdCenter.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Google’s Golden Triangle
"It's not the searcher, it's the engine," said Gord Hotchkiss, President and CEO of Canadian search engine marketing firm, Enquiro. Hotchkiss, presenting at SES Chicago last week, was relaying some telling eye-tracking data, comparing where users' eyes fall on major search engines like Google, MSN, and Yahoo. Google, with its "Golden Triangle" eye-tracking pattern, seems to produce results faster than the others.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
All’s Fair In Love and Search
PubSub CTO Bob Wyman and Feedster CTO Scott Johnson can agree on one thing, they don't like Google, especially when it comes to blog search and fighting splogs (spam blogs). But when they weren't dogpiling on Google at SES Chicago, they took jabs at each other as they jockeyed for top position in the search world.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Case Wants Time Warner Unpacked
Ex-AOL honcho Steve Case thinks it's time AOL and Time Warner went their separate ways, preferably by breaking the company into four divisions.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
Ballmer On Google, Ads, And Technology
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer had a lot of opinions for a Canadian publication on several topics, notably dismissing any inroads Google's supposedly made on the world's top technology company.
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Date: 2005-12-12
 
RSS Drives Reuters Lobby’s Screen
We just got back from the wonderful Global Voices conference which was held in Reuters' Headquarters.
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Date: 2005-12-10
 
Yahoo Mods Music
The latest promotion from Yahoo Music lets users download Modmaker, an application for remaking animated music videos.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Movie Studio Goes For AdSense Niches
Site targeting allowed Paramount Pictures to focus promotional efforts for three films via AdWords to specific niche sites that display AdSense and reach a likely audience for those movies.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Someone At Google Likes Peppermint
Ho ho ho. Do a search on Google for 'peppermint' and the expected search results and related advertising content a la AdWords appears, along with a little something extra.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Webcasting Meets The Press
Viewers who missed the latest episode of "Meet The Press" on Sunday mornings will get the chance to view it online as an on-demand video.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Topix.net Stays On Topic
Chris Tolles, VP Sales and Marketing for Topix.net, spoke extensively about the Internet's largest news site and its views on keeping informed in an age where instantaneous global communication has changed how people want to be informed. Part 2 of Mike McDonald's interview continues below; Part 1 can be found here.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Yahoo Goes Modular On Video Search
New modules displayed on the front of Yahoo's Video Search page make some of the newest online video content from both Yahoo and the web available at a single click.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Sober Worm Algorithms Finnished
The scheme used by the virus writer behind the Sober worms to determine where it will connect on the Internet has been cracked by the Finnish security firm.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Matt Cutts Knows You Bought Links
Forget about trying to slip reciprocal links past the master of the Google search algorithm. Fuggedaboutit. He knows why your PageRank dropped like a lead balloon.
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Date: 2005-12-09
 
Windows Live Goes Local
Microsoft continues its push into local search by renaming the Virtual Earth service to Windows Live Local and adding new images and features.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Who Has The Best Search Engine Blog?
Search Engine Journal wants nominations from the Internet community for the site they think represents the best search engine blog out there today.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Google Wants To Wear Prada
The bloggers behind Gawker.com will be thrilled to know that Google would like to see luxury brand Prada dump ad placements in Vanity Fair in favor of using Google's AdWords.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
NYTimes to Relaunch the About.com Network
Nine months ago, the search and advertising world was surprised to learn the New York Times was purchasing About.com for $410 million.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Google's Ten Golden Rules
Google gets lots of news coverage as it has grown into the behemoth it is today and has been fighting a corporate image problem.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
South Korean Fine Sends Microsoft a Message
Anti-trust regulators in South Korea fined Microsoft a megre $32 million after ruling it had abused its dominance of the software market by using the unfair business practice of tying certain software packages to the Windows OS.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Radical Changes in Spatial Info Management
IDC published a new study suggesting the spatial information management (SIM) industry has been dramatically altered in the last 18 mos. involving fundamental shifts in platforms, vendors and users.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Linking Strategies - Search Engine Perspective
One of the major session tracks during day 3 of the 2005 Chicago SES was devoted the art and war of linking. In my last two articles, the SEO/SEM perspective towards linking campaigns was discussed thoroughly. However, the final installment of the linking sessions featured representatives of the all the major search engines.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Finding Your SEM Niche
Ecommerce on the Internet continues to expand exponentially. The big question is always how to mark your piece of that huge pie. As a marketer, the trick is finding things to set you apart and a large part of that is finding and developing a niche. WebProNews publisher Rich Ord listened to some masters impart their wisdom on just this very topic.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
AdWords Adds To Quality Score
After introducing the Quality Score metric in August, Google has been working to improve the user experience with AdWords; today Google began incorporating landing pages into the Quality Score.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
Google Earth May Embrace Mac OS X
No longer must the Cult of Mac look on wistfully while Windows users enjoy playing with Google Earth, as the search advertising company works on developing an Earth for Apple computer users.
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Date: 2005-12-08
 
The Keywords You Never Thought Of
A phrase like "latent semantic indexing" may not ring a bell. Sounds like geek talk. And it is really, it should be "a bunch of keywords you hadn't thought to optimize" to the lay person.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Microsoft Upgrades Tech For MSN China
A licensing deal with Basis Technology extended the existing agreement Microsoft had in place for using the multilingual Rosette platforms on MSN Search.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
J'Accuse! Google Draws Ire From Europe
Publishers associated with the European Publishers Council have had enough of search engines sponging off their provided content and making billions without sharing the wealth.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Yahoo Hearing VoIP Ringtones
It looks like Yahoo will finally make greater use of the technology it received when it acquired VoIP firm Dialpad, and launch a VoIP competitor to Vonage and Skype.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Google Likes Healthy Desktop Plugins
Developers who have a truly great idea for a plugin for Google's Desktop product need to keep an eye on their Ps and Qs when doing their QA work.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Community Marketing Gets The Buzz
When it comes to technology and the Internet, buzzwords fly faster than a swarm of bees around a field of flowers; but when it comes to community, publishers need to listen to what it can offer them.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Linking Past The Homepage
The first session I attended today, the third day of the Chicago SES conference, was the Linking Strategies track. This particular session had a number of speakers, many of which you all are familiar with like Greg Boser of WebGuerilla.com, Eric Ward of EricWard.com, and Mike Grehan. SearchEngineWatch's Chris Sherman moderated.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Basics Of Site Architecture
The week chugs on at the SES: Chicago and WebProNews' own Chris Richardson picked up on some excellent comments from all the speakers in one of the final sessions from Tuesday, focusing on "Successful Site Architecture" and how to utilize architecture to get the best advantage for search engines.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Managing Projects And SEM Campaigns
Professional search engine marketing folks need to keep several tips and guidelines in mind when working with and keeping their SEM clients.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
More Linking Strategies To Consider
In my previous write-up, I discussed how linking past the homepage is an extremely important aspect of any link campaign. In this portion, I am going to focus on additional strategies and tips, which were provided during the Linking Strategies portion of the Chicago SES conference.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Put Shopping Search Strategies In Your Basket
If your site isn't listed in the various shopping search engines online, it may be time to give them some extra consideration for your search strategy.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Korean FTC Gives Microsoft Smackdown
The South Korean Fair Trade Commission (SKFTC) issued their judgment against Microsoft claiming the Redmond company violated South Korean antitrust laws. The penalty includes a $32 million fine as well as an order for Microsoft to offer alternative compliant versions of the Windows operating system.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Pumped For Pay Per Call: Ingenuity At Ingenio
I had an interesting conversation with Marc Barach, Chief Marketing Officer of San Francisco based Ingenio. Ingenio's business is pay per call: a subject I'd heard of, but not something I had any kind of real understanding of. I know a little more about it now though and it's actually quite slick.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
Really Really Big Site Optimization
An afternoon session on search engine optimization for truly huge sites touched on the needs of websites with an immense number of pages online.
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Date: 2005-12-07
 
AOL Dumping Google For Microsoft
A joint effort between Time Warner and Microsoft will see them co-develop an advertising network to compete with services from Yahoo and Google.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Sophos Could Be Gmail Antivirus Service
One curious researcher wanted to answer the Gmail antivirus question - who's providing the service? - and compared Gmail virus detection results to those generated by several antivirus product vendors.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
About.com Wants Online Advertisers
They have a brand name, support from the New York Times, and 500 content contributors; now, About.com wants more advertisers to discover the site.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Digg This – Digg.com Is Expanding
The wildly popular tech site, where stories get approved or dumped based on the views of the userbase, plans to branch out into other categories and formats.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Internet Video And New Ad Audiences
Advertisers are always looking for ways to expand their grasp. One venue now coming into its own is Internet video. The content offerings are starting to grow dramatically from a variety of places. Internet video could very well be the place to bring all the ad techniques for the Internet together in one great package.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Why Your Book Should Be Indexed
Forget about the legal battles where fair use and copyright issues come into play; the real trick for authors and publishers is to learn exactly how online book search can help people find their books in the first place.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Asking Jeeves About Advertising
While the search side of Ask.com has shown some growth, the potential of the advertising network developing with the various IAC properties presents an even greater prospect for success.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Fewer Page Views Can Be a Good Thing?
Bloggers have been delivered an excellent syndication opportunity through RSS (really simple syndication). But for the blogger that has advertising on his site, the RSS capability that is a blessing by extending the reach of the content, can be a curse too as RSS readers allow subscribers to view content without visiting the site from which it originated.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Press Releases The New Hotness For 2006
Search engine optimization for press releases could give marketers an avenue into the various news search sites online.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
The State Of Search Engine Marketing
Search engine expert Danny Sullivan gave a glowing account of the search engine marketing world today in his keynote address at SES Chicago.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
B2B Bullseye
The SES: Chicago conference rolls in through its second day and continues to be a real learning experience. WebProNews publisher Rich Ord sat in on the "Targeting B2B" session and found a lot of useful information. The session centered on relationship building as the primary focus for B2B marketing.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
News Search Engines Talk
I just left the "Meet The News Search Engines" session at SES Chicago. The speakers were Chris Tolles of Topix.net and Nathan Stoll of Google. Later, we will be hearing more about news search from WebProNews Editor Mike McDonald who interviewed Chris following after the session. There are lots of interesting plans for news search coming from Topix.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Please Search Engines With Quality Copywriting
Copywriting for search engine optimization can do more than enhance one's placement; it can help reinforce a brand and overcome negative comments made online about a company.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
RSS And Blogs In Search Marketing
Blogs, blogging, bloggers, and RSS feeds may sound like a bunch of nerdy buzzwords, but they can be the means to driving search-related traffic to one's site.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Basics Of Link Building
Quality, not quantity, should be the focus of building links, as presenters at a session on the topic at SES Chicago discussed one of the fundamentals to improving awareness and ranking of a site.
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Date: 2005-12-06
 
Yahoo China Still A Portal
The exclamation point Alibaba put on search by redesigning the Yahoo China homepage doesn't mean the company has given up on being a portal.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
IE Extends Google Desktop To Cracking
A flaw with Internet Explorer's handling of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) could lead to information theft from Google Desktop and other programs.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
BellSouth Punishes New Orleans Over Free WiFi
When officials for the hurricane ravaged city announced a plan to deploy wireless Internet across New Orleans, BellSouth rescinded a donation offer to the city in response.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Google Calendar On Tomorrow's To-Do List
The When 2.0 Conference at Stanford on Tuesday, December 6th should be the place where Google debuts its online group calendar.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
AOL Serving Lots Of MTV Video
A number of properties from MTV Networks will make appearances in AOL's video search engine and through SingingFish.com, whose technology powers AOL video search.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Online Retailers Ready Shoppers For Holidays
Holiday shopping this year looks to be going better than ever according to metrics released by Nielsen/NetRatings. Their eShopping Index saw a 29% increase from home on the day after Thanksgiving, garnering 17.2 million users over 100 online retailers.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
3 Authors, 2 Founders, And A Xoogler
Google gets the roundtable treatment from SiliconValley.com this week, with lots of all-star talent talking about a variety of topics surrounding the search engine.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Dealing With Contextual Advertising
The rise of online advertising available from the search engines parallels their rise; at SES Chicago, speakers from Yahoo, Google, and other firms discussed the world of contextual and non-search ads.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Looking For Video Search
As search engines build up their capabilities for indexing and delivering video, a session at SES Chicago detailed how to get videos properly noted by various engines.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
The Voice Of Podcast Search
Metadata won't be enough for fulfilling user needs with podcast search; the next generation of that search will feature voice recognition.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Earning From Search: Show Me The Money
Even though Jason Calacanis didn't show up for the Earning From Search & Contextual Ads session as scheduled, attendees made do with the likes of Google, Yahoo, the New York Times' About.com, AOL, and JenSense discussing the topic.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
The Importance of Page One
In 2004, 91% of the traffic generated for Galleon's 84 websites came from page one of search engine results. This was a third straight year for an increase in page one referrals since Mark Neal and his team at Galleon began tracking this type of data in 2002, when page one traffic steered 86% of searchers their way.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Keep Your Rep On The Net
Anyone who follows the buzz on the Internet knows bloggers can get real nasty real quick. They quickly attack groups, businesses, etc. with blinding speed and sometime with blinding inaccuracy. At the first day of the SES, Jason Lee Miller sat in on one session covering reputation monitoring and management.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Search Around The Globe
The likes of Yahoo, Google, and MSN dominate search around the world, and a session at SES Chicago gives some insight on how publishers can take a shot at being more of a search presence globally.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Live, On MSN, It's Developer Webcasts!
We probably won't see any samurai coders or requests for more cowbell, but two weeks of webcasts could be very beneficial to developers working with MSN's tools.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Google Desktop Slams Door On IE Flaw
While users of Internet Explorer still have to be concerned about CSS exploits affecting a newly-discovered problem with the browser, Google Desktop is no longer open to attacks via that flaw.
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Date: 2005-12-05
 
Google Analytics Is Pretty Good
I've been using the Google Analytics service for a few weeks on WebProBlog ... and I give it two thumbs up.
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Date: 2005-12-04
 
John Battelle at Yahoo!
As part of the weekly speaker series that our Technology Development Group runs (well, really Chad does all the work), John Battelle visited to speak of a room packed full of Yahoos.
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Date: 2005-12-03
 
Software Suggestions For Startups
Silicon Valley venture capitalists vie with Google and Yahoo to shower money on the latest, greatest idea; this is a brief summary of two approaches to building one's presence.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Triton Speared By AOL Exec Departure
Just a week after AOL debuted the full release of its AIM Triton instant messaging client, the executive who led the IM division has announced his departure from the company.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Blinkx, Times Online UK Offer Desktop Search
The PC desktop search utility gets another entrant to the field, as video search company Blinkx has partnered with the Times Online to present the Desktop Smart Search service.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
No ‘iPod’ Tax For Japan
Technophile Japanese buyers of portable media players may have received a break as a government committee declined to support a proposed tax.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Behave One Way And Get A Yahoo Ad
Behave differently, and Yahoo will serve up a different advertisement, as the company implements a heavier focus on what people visit in their network.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Google VP Says Online Ad Spends Budgeted
Another line item on the corporate advertising budget for media has increasingly been devoted to online ad spending.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Thou Shalt Use Google Search Tools
Carat Americas CEO David Verklin told Reuters that Google wants advertisers to only use its tools to manage search campaigns conducted on Google's network.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Self-Healing With IBM
International Business Machines (IBM) announced today a new line of software products they bill as "self-healing." The software finds and fixes problems before they slow down an online business and prevent IT systems from freezing.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Google Onsite Advertiser - Let The Bidding Wars Begin!
Google Adsense has just become more powerful overnight. As if it wasn't enough that Google now gives you $100 for every successful referral to their Adsense program but, advertisers can now battle for placements within your own websites as well.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Yahoo Raises Firefox Y!Q
Users of Firefox were unimpressed when Yahoo implemented Y!Q contextual search in its toolbar for Internet Explorer, but now have the option for their preferred browser.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Halo Movie May Have A Director
The Xbox console's must-have game franchise was written into a movie script by Alex Garland, and Peter Jackson signed on to be an executive producer; the only person missing was the director, and we may know who that is now.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Misplaced Worries On Citizen Journalism
An InfoWorld writer blogged about the potential problems that could arise from the growth in "citizen journalism," but the real problems come from elsewhere.
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Date: 2005-12-02
 
Mark Cuban On Splogs And BlogSpot
The man behind the IceRocket blog search engine wrote in to clarify how they are dealing with spam blogs, and IceRocket's stance on Google's Blogger hosting service.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Google Talk From The Browser With Gtalkr
The voice chat and instant messaging client from Google has been implemented as a Flash-based application, usable from any web browser that supports Flash.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Google Readying Gmail Anti-Virus Utility
The search advertising company has been prepping anti-virus scanning for its web-based email client, a development sure to spur antacid sales at places like Symantec and McAfee.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
AOL Mobile Search Drives Out Of Beta
After a few months of tweaking and pushing, the AOL Search team has given mobile search its license to query and sent it out on the road.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
All Tomorrow's Google Blogs
While many people probably have their favorite blogs from the search advertising company subscribed to and displayed via a favorite feed reader, some may prefer to bookmark one page to see them all.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Yahoo, Firefox Partner In Asian Market
In China, Korea, Japan, and Taiwan, the default homepage and search engine in Mozilla's Firefox browser will be provided by Yahoo instead of Google.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Google vs. Yahoo for Manchester United
Last week, European cell phone maker Vodaphone announced it was ending its four-year sponsorship of Manchester United two years early.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
IBM, Oracle Standardizing Web Services
Sometimes a great joke never dies. Just substitute "Web" for "Unix" in the following canonical one-liner and you'll see what I mean: "The nice thing about Unix standards is that there are so many to choose from."
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Wireless Carriers Stifle Cellphone Potential
Shades of Jon Stewart! An award recipient at the Mobile Marketing Association's rave admonished the big names in mobile services for limiting creativity.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Another Telco Threatens Net Neutrality
The chief technology officer for BellSouth thinks that popular web sites should pay Internet service providers for having their traffic given priority over sites that don't pay.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Online Job Recruitment Spikes
Monster.com reports that online job demand hit a sudden surge in November, a spike the company believes reflects employer confidence in the strength of the US economy. The company said the upward momentum of job opportunities posted online may also indicate a forthcoming period of expansion.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Grateful Dead's Strange Download Trip Ends
The widow of Jerry Garcia and the surviving band members had asked Archive.org to take downloadable recordings of the band offline, but the resulting fan outrage has forced a change of heart.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Web 2.0 Business Models
Today's Web startups are not entirely unlike their dot.com predecessors when it comes to the way they are thinking about making money.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
A Collected Google PageRank Primer
Admit it, you dream about PageRank, how to improve yours, why some attempts to improve it work while others leave you wondering why your site vanished from Google for the third time in eight months.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
It’s Just Another Cyber Monday
Cyber Monday, I know, it's all you've been hearing about for the last week and a half. It's like Black Friday for retailers but for online retailers, we get it.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
Microsoft Office Live Meeting Wins Apprentice!
Microsoft won this evenings Apprentice hands down. In today's Tivo happy world content integrated marketing is the future and we all better get used to it.
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Date: 2005-12-01
 
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