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News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

About Face(book): Microsoft Feels Out Social Network Acquisition
Posted by Nathania Johnson
Though Bill Gates was out there telling people Microsoft is not interested in making non-Yahoo acquisitions right now, word comes that Microsoft bankers have sent "feelers" to Facebook about a full acquisition.
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Scorned Lovers: Microsoft Takes Some "Me Time;" Jerry Yang Stays Put
Posted by Nathania Johnson
Microsoft and Yahoo are officially "off again" and their mutual friends are trying to decide who to side with.
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Google - Clearwire: WiMax Paves Internet Autobahn
Posted by Kevin Heisler
The Internet search giant has joined a group of blue-chip corporate investors in the new Sprint-Nextel bailout of Clearwire -- a move that will save WiMax and further Google's innovations in mobile search.
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Google Sees 79% European Market Share in March 2008
Posted by Nathania Johnson
A whopping 79% of searches were conducted on Google in the month of March, according to comScore. No wonder European regulators are so wary of a Googleopoly.
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Google to Internet, FCC, Verizon and Viacom: Keep it Open
Posted by Nathania Johnson
Google has been busy on the legal, tech and policy front lately, and there's a primary theme running through all of their pursuits: Google loves wide open spaces.
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Spot Runner Raises $51 Million in Funding
Posted by Nathania Johnson
A European newspaper company, Mexican TV company, and luxury goods manufacturer have joined the slef-service ad provider's investors.
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Bryan Eisenberg Giving Keynote Presentation at SES Toronto
Posted by Greg Jarboe
Bryan Eisenberg, co-founder of Future Now Inc., will be giving the keynote presentation at SES Toronto on Wednesday, June 18, 2008.
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Joomla and Drupal
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Does anyone have experience with Joomla or Drupal? Which is easier to use and optimize for someone who knows HTML and CSS only?
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301 Several Pages to One Page?
Posted by fspezia
I have a number of old, unimportant pages and I am wondering if it would be a good strategy to redirect them all to the same page, or each to its own new page.
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PPC/Natural Split
Posted by MattUK
In my experince the split between searchers visiting a natural result and a PPC result in Google is around 60/40 or more in favour of natural search. However on a site that I'm monitoring, Google analytics seems to showing a far superior number of visitors from the PPC listsings on keywords that are both listed in the top 1 or 2 results.
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