Today's search podcast covers the dispute between Craiglist and Oodle, whether they really "MSN You" in Holland and Korea, a new keyword research tool from Google, Yahoo dropping the $20 monthly minimum spend requirement for paid search, Yahoo Search Marketing chief Ted Meisel leaving, Google's latest, greatest earnings, the different between indexing books and reprinting them and more!
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Election Results In
Wants To Be In Google Print, But Publisher Says No
Versus Caching & How Google Print Doesn't Reprint
- More On Why
Craiglist Said No To Oodle
- Ballmer On
How They "MSN You" in Holland, Korea & Google Was Curing Cancer
Releases New Keyword Research Tool To Advertisers
- Yahoo Drops
$20 Monthly Minimum Spend Requirement
- The MSN
PageRank 2 Controversy & Search Engines Needing To Offer Domain Management
- Ted Meisel
Releases Q3 2005 Earnings
Pseudo-Transcript Of Google Earnings Call
- From AdWords Logins to Google Accounts
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