Today's search podcast covers Yahoo allowing people to try a new home page; Google's new note taking web service launches; Google hires a search marketer to help work with search marketers; soon after finally hiring new chief chefs, Google loses one of them and more! SearchReturn editor Detlev Johnson sat in for Danny Sullivan, who is away this week.
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Today From The SEW Blog...
- IE7 Default
Search Given Approval By DOJ
- Firefox To
Add Search Suggestions To Search Toolbar
- New Yahoo
Home Page Available
Answers Hits 10 Million Mark; Answes Creeping Into Regular Search Results
Google Base Listings in AdWords
Releases Version Four of AdWords API
- Mike Grehan
Podcast With Google's Matt Cutts
New User Interface & Adds New Features
News Search Powered By Windows Live
Discover Acquisition a Potential 'Turning Point' for Newspapers
- Indeed Job
Search Moves Ads Out Of Beta & Q&A With CEO, Paul Forster
- eBay To
Test TV Ad System; Not Google
- Google Hires
SEM For "Better Conversations" With Webmasters
- Google Loses New Chef
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