The Search Engines Ask You
SearchDay, June 20, 2002
At the Search Engine Strategies conference, representatives of the major search engines turned the tables on participants, asking the audience to respond to their key issues and concerns.
A Dream Job: Getting Paid to Search
SearchDay, June 19, 2002
Do you dream of being a professional searcher, paid to spend your days sleuthing for online information? A new book shows you how, with profiles of eleven super searchers who've succeeded on their own.
Tracking and Measuring Search Engine Marketing Success
SearchDay, June 18, 2002
It's not enough to simply optimize your web site and hope for high traffic. You need to use tools techniques to assure success, according to a panel of search engine marketing experts.
FAST Sprints to 2.1 Billion Docs; Google Upgrades Appliance
SearchDay, June 17, 2002
FAST announced today that it has expanded its index to 2.1 web billion pages, taking the lead from Google in the search engine size wars. Google announced enhancements to its Search Appliance.
Elsewhere at Internet.com
iPhrase a 'Natural' Choice for Terra Lycos
When iPhrase began work on a search engine it weighed speed and accuracy equally. The result, One Step, allows users to ask questions in conversational language.
Webby Awards Best Of The Web
Google, BBC and Yahoo among this year's big winners at the once festive event that has pared down its profile since the dot-com downturn.
Battle for Control of .org Begins
With the deadline passed, 11 applicants stand ready with bid proposals to run the .org registry.
Text Links: The Forgotten Placement
Pity the poor text link, which garners not a fraction of the attention it so richly deserves.
NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline.
The Original Search Marketing Event is Back!
SES Denver (Oct 16) offers an intense day of learning all the critical aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search advertising (PPC). The mission of SES remains the same as it did from the start - to help you master being found on search engines. Register today!