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Nathania Johnson

Nathania Johnson

Articles by Nathania Johnson

  1. 8 Google Updates from the Past 8 Days

    Catching up on a week of new stuff from the GOOG. Google and DISH Network may be teaming up for a TV search. AdWords released a new feature for advertising on the Google Content Network that filters out below-the-fold inventory. Google...

  2. Allison Schwam is Skiing Her Way to Search Success

    Prepare to be green with envy. I'm entirely jealous of Allison Schwam. She's the Senior Search Analyst at Backcountry, an outdoor sporting goods operation. Allison guest posted over at the Inside AdWords blog about how in between ski runs down...

  3. New MSN Homepage Begins Rolling Out Today

    It will take a few weeks. We got a glimpse of what the new homepage would be like in November and now the time has finally come. MSN will begin rolling out their new homepage today. But as one of the most trafficked pages in all the web, it...

  4. SEMPO Names New Board of Directors

    One of our own makes the cut. Congratulations to our very own Mike Grehan who has been named to the 2010-2012 SEMPO Board of Directors. The term for this board, which is insanely light on females (where my ladies at?), begins March 18....

  5. Google Launches Gesture Search for Android

    Handwrite your way to faster search. If we're going to be honest, no one completely loves the process of typing search queries (or typing much of anything) onto a mobile device. The search engines know it - that's why they include query...

  6. Yahoo! Launches Paid Search Desktop Tool

    New tool allows you to manage multiple search marketing campaigns offline. The new Yahoo! Search Marketing Desktop is a free tool offering five major tasks: Bulk editing: Make mass changes to status, match type and budget settings. Adjust...

  7. Tap the Teen/Young Adult Demo with ChaCha Data

    With ChaCha's vast database of questions and answers, it was only a matter of time before the data was mined for market research. ChaCha has released a study conducted by Frost & Sullivan, which attempts to delve into the dangerous and murky...

  8. Women More Likely to Get Social on Mobile

    Social mom is the new soccer mom. Nielsen Online has released new data on mobile social networking use. Women get social on their mobile phones more than men. Also, the 35-54 age set is using mobile social the most, with 25-34 coming in at a...

  9. Coremetrics Latest to Add Facebook Analytics

    Measuring the world's most popular social network is taking the web analytics industry by storm. Last week, Webtrends unveiled its Facebook measurement capabilities and this week another web analytics company is jumping in the social media...

  10. Google Acquires Online Photo Editor, Picnik

    The spending spree continues. Picnik is a cloud-based photo editing tool. Upload your photos and edit them without needing any software on your computer. While Google has no immediate plans to make changes to Picnik, but it's easy to see...

  11. Bing's Autosuggest Integrates Query History

    Personalized search suggestions now available from historical search clues. Bing has made an update to its query suggestion feature that incorporates a bit of personalization. Since many web users tend to return to similar search topics, it...

  12. Suite101.com Intensifies Focus on SEO

    New hire to aid writers and editors in attracting traffic to articles. Suite101.com is a content site that hires writers to produce articles on a variety of topics. Writers are paid based on revenue share, which has a strong correlation to the...

  13. Google Names Street View Trike Contest Winners

    Bike fitted with street level imagery cameras to visit five locations in the U.S. Last October, Google unveiled the Street View trike, which was designed to go to places cars couldn't go. With the unveiling came a contest to decide where the...

  14. Hulu Takes Shot at YouTube via SNL

    NBC takes to the airwaves to poke fun at the web's largest video site. Hulu has built success on being the go-to place for broadcast shows you may have missed or forgotten to DVR. It's also a place to check out old tv shows and some movies....