Today's search podcast covers shopping search engines, TiVo planning an ad search feature, ex-Googlers blogging about their glory days, the fight for search tech and search marketing talent, a project to create a profitable online business in 30 days, Google on TV, maybe sponsoring Manchester United and how a new ant species was named after the company. Plus much more!
Tune-in by listening to this MP3 file, listening via WebmasterRadio at 11:30am Eastern and repeated at 2pm Eastern Tuesday through Friday, via our Odeo channel or through iTunes via this link (or use alternative iTunes instructions explained here) or though our Yahoo Podcasts channel. Below are links with more information about the stories that were discussed.
- The State
of Shopping Search 2005
Searchers Still Hitting General Search Engines
Versus The Mapping Upstarts
- TiVo To
Offer TV Ad Search
- New Search
Shortcuts from Yahoo
Issues for Google Library Project in Europe
CustomizeGoogle Gains Blog; Pitches New Feature To Override Google Book Search
Europe Ordered By Dutch Court To Reveal Member's Identity
Ordered By Australian Court To Block Searches
- Google: The
Print Ad Company Ramps Up Hiring
Thinking Flash Ads?
- Bill Gates:
MSN Search Will Soon "More than Match" Google in Terms of Relevance
Google Brand Manager Blogging Days At Google
- Blog On
French Search Industry
- Google &
Yahoo: The New VCs?
Googlers -- Let Us Manage Your Wealth!
- The Google
Battle For Hiring Tech Talent (Yahoo Sez They Win)
Challenge In Hiring SEMers
WebmasterWorld's Brett Tabke Speaks On Rogue Spidering Woes, Plus The Need For
- 30 Days To
Turn An Online Profit
- Matt Cutts
Pokes At SEO Software
Spaces Internet Cafe At London Heathrow & Google Featured In UK TV Ads
- Google and
Yahoo Talking About Sponsorship of Manchester United Football Club
- Google Gets
An Ant Named After It
- Google's Chef Charlie Gains Web Site
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