Today's search podcast covers Google to put radio ads from advertisers on XM Radio; Bloglines develops a way to block RSS feeds from being indexed; Google's Matt Cutts does more video blogging to answer webmaster ranking and indexing questions and more! SearchReturn editor Detlev Johnson sat in for Danny Sullivan, who is away this week.
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Below are links to items discussed:
- Google Signs Deal With XM Radios To Distribute Ads In Satellite Radio Spots
- Microsoft adCenter Upgrades Include Firefox Support
- AdSense Testing New Ad Unit Styles
- MSN Search Hires Media Analytics Executive
- What Is 'Photosynth'?
- Ask.com Releases ISBN Number Smart Answers
- Ask.com & Bloglines Proposes Blog Search Exclusion Tag
- Travelers Aid for Air Warriors
- New Search Patent Applications: August 1, 2006 - Microsoft Answers?
- Search Marketers Often Don't Track All Referring Conversions
- Forum Fodder: SES San Jose Party Update, Secrets Spilled, and 301 Redirects Galore
- Google Video Enables Starting At A Specific Point In Time
- More Matt Google SEO Videos: Google Terminology & More
- USA Today Gets A Hold Of Danny Sullivan
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