Search Headlines & Links: Jan. 15, 2007

Below is a selection of stories posted to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with today's headlines from around the Web:

From The SEW Blog...

  • Urchin Founder Talks About Google Analytics
    Urchin founder Brett Crosby talks with Eric Enge about Google Analytics' philosophy of building a scalable product with minimal service needs, the good and bad of being acquired by Google, and the top issues facing analytics providers.
  • DMOZ Taking Site Suggestions
    It's debatable if anyone still cares about the Open Directory Project given its recent issues, but if you do, you'll be happy to know they're taking submissions again.
  • Findory Set to Coast to a Halt
    After looking around in vain for a plan for the news aggregator/search/social network that would help him retain his passion, Findory CEO & founder Greg Linden has decided to let the site coast to a halt instead.
  • The Neutrality Debate
    Whether regulation or market forces drive things, there are real challenges for publishers ahead without net neutrality.
  • PR Newswire links press releases to Technorati
    Readers of PR Newswire's press releases can now use Technorati to track reactions from bloggers directly from announcements via press releases.

Headlines & News From Elsewhere

About the author

Kevin Newcomb joined ClickZ in August 2004, covering search marketing and other online marketing topics. He has been reporting on web-based businesses since 2000.

Before the bubble burst, Kevin was a marketing manager for an online computer reseller, handling copywriting, e-mail marketing, search marketing and running the affiliate program.

With a combination of real-world marketing experience and years of business journalism, Kevin brings to ClickZ a unique ability to deliver news and training materials that help online marketers do their jobs better.