SearchDay is a free daily newsletter from Search Engine Watch featuring web search news, reviews, tools, tips, and search engine headlines from across the web. SearchDay is written by Associate Editor Chris Sherman. This short FAQ answers common questions and gives you an idea what to expect from the newsletter.
How is SearchDay different from the Search Engine Report?
The Search Engine Report is a free, monthly newsletter about search engines. It provides a recap of major search engine-related stories, as well as in-depth look at search tools and developments. To learn more, see past issues or sign-up for the Search Engine Report, click here.
How is SearchDay different from the Search Engine Update?
The Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly newsletter similar to the Search Engine Report, described above. However, some articles in the Search Engine Update are longer and more in-depth, especially on search engine optimization and promotion issues. There are also some articles that only appear in the Search Engine Update. The Search Engine Update is available to those with paid Search Engine Watch memberships. Click here to learn more about the benefits of becoming a member.
So which newsletters should I take?
Everyone will want to take SearchDay, in order to keep up on the very latest search engine news and to receive original content about searching.
Everyone will also want to take either the Search Engine Report or the Search Engine Update, in order to receive a regular update on major developments in the world of search.
We recommend taking the Search Engine Update, because of the exclusive content it provides. However, this is only available to those with paid Search Engine Watch memberships.
If you do not wish to purchase a membership, then sign-up for the Search Engine Report, which provides ample free coverage about search engines.
Other sites have search engine headlines provided by Moreover.com What's different about the Moreover feed in SearchDay?
The folks at Moreover have provided us with extensive access to their database that goes far beyond a simple headline newsfeed. Each day, I personally select the headlines for the newsletter from a wide range of categories that I monitor.
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