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Danny Sullivan

Danny Sullivan

Danny Sullivan was the founder and editor of Search Engine Watch from June 1997 until November 2006.

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Articles by Danny Sullivan

  1. Search Headlines & Links: Nov. 30, 2006

    And now for my final post (thanks, Elisabeth!), a recap of stories posted today to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with other items we've spotted but not blogged separately: From The SEW Blog… November 2006 Search News...

  2. November 2006 Search News Recap Posted

    The latest edition of my monthly Search Engine Report newsletter is now online, recapping top stories in search from the past month. You can read it online or receive it via email for free by signing up here. If you're a Search Engine...

  3. Goodbye Search Engine Watch & Best Wishes!

    Today is my last day with Search Engine Watch, with me heading to my new digs at Search Engine Land tomorrow. I wanted to wish Search Engine Watch all the best going forward, plus help readers understand some of the changes that are happening....

  4. Search Headlines & Links: Nov. 29, 2006

    Below, a recap of stories posted today to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with other items we've spotted but not blogged separately: From The SEW Blog… IAC To Launch AskCity; Local Info Services Site Reuters reports that...

  5. Alexa Ain't So Bad, Says Site Search Comparison

    Alexa has come under plenty of fire recently as not being accurate (old hands have known better for years), as more and more people are using it to "prove" how hot their sites are. Sean Ryan at SLI Systems says lay off the Alexa bash…

  6. A Superbowl Marriage Proposal?

    Joe Morin thinks he's got the next Million Dollar Home page mixed with romance going. To wit: someone named JP (to stay secret from his girlfriend) wants to make his wedding proposal in a TV commercial during next year's SuperBowl. Joe's hoping...

  7. Goodbye Google Answers

    Wow. Google is shutting down its Google Answers service. The company has announced that new questions won't be accepted after the New Year, though the site will continue to let people view the question archives. Killing off the service, which...

  8. Google Audio Ads Sign-Up Page Live

    Google Audio Ads now appears to be opening to sign-ups, sort of. Googlaxy.com sent me a heads-up about three new URLS that are (somewhat) active: Google Audio Ads home page: http://audioads.google.com Google Audio Ads Sign-Up:...

  9. Search Headlines & Links: Nov. 28, 2006

    Below, a recap of stories posted today to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with other items we've spotted but not blogged separately: From The SEW Blog… Advertiser Details On Google Audio Ads Donna Bogatin over at Digital...

  10. Linkbombing Against Anti-Martin Luther King Jr Site

    In case you missed it, there's a new link bombing campaign underway to try and reduce the rankings of an anti-Martin Luther King Jr. web site. The campaign raises all sorts of issues, ranging from those who disagree with the nature of that...

  11. Search Headlines & Links: Nov. 27, 2006

    Below, a recap of stories posted today and since last Wednesday to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with other items we've spotted but not blogged separately. Note that the recap of our stories and headlines around the web are longer than...

  12. Q&A On Google's Belgium News Agreements

    This week, news emerged about an agreement between Google and two Belgian author groups that were suing it over copyright issues. Below, a short Q&A on what this means for Google. Highlights: The case goes on with three other groups taking...

  13. Search Headlines & Links: Nov. 22, 2006

    Below, a recap of stories posted today to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with other items we've spotted but not blogged separately: From The SEW Blog… Thanksgiving Programming Note Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the...

  14. Thanksgiving Programming Note

    Tomorrow is Thanksgiving in the United States, and Happy Thanksgiving to all celebrating! Barry and I will be off the blog because of the holiday, so there will be no postings from us or a daily search headlines recap. Barry may be back to do...