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Search Engine Forums Spotlight

Links to this week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Google Commands - 'Dangerous' words for Domain Names? - Yahoo News Rocks! Here's Why... - AdWords Campaign Budgets - Google Claims It Is a Victim of Its Own System - Google Quality of Pages and Search Engine Results Pages - How to Torpedo the Google Juggernaut - ClickTracks Vs WebTrends - Big Changes to AdSense Links to this week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Google Commands - 'Dangerous' words for Domain Names? - Yahoo News Rocks! Here's Why... - AdWords Campaign Budgets - Google Claims It Is a Victim of Its Own System - Google Quality of Pages and Search Engine Results Pages - How to Torpedo the Google Juggernaut - ClickTracks Vs WebTrends - Big Changes to AdSense 0 Comments

Google Releases Orkut Social Networking Service

Google has quietly launched a social networking service called orkut, named after Orkut Buyukkokten, a Google employee who developed the project during personal time allowed to him by Google. Google has quietly launched a social networking service called orkut, named after Orkut Buyukkokten, a Google employee who developed the project during personal time allowed to him by Google. 0 Comments

Puzzling Out Google's Blogger Acquisition

Pundits are scratching their heads over Saturday's surprise announcement that Google had bought weblog publishing heavyweight Pyra Labs, but a look at the big picture reveals some intriguing scenarios for 'Bloggle's' future. Pundits are scratching their heads over Saturday's surprise announcement that Google had bought weblog publishing heavyweight Pyra Labs, but a look at the big picture reveals some intriguing scenarios for 'Bloggle's' future. 0 Comments

Up Close With Google AdWords

Forget the hype about what the new cost-per-click AdWords means for Google, in terms of competing with Overture. What's in the program for advertisers, and how does the cost per click pricing fit in with the existing cost per impression ads? Let's take a look. Forget the hype about what the new cost-per-click AdWords means for Google, in terms of competing with Overture. What's in the program for advertisers, and how does the cost per click pricing fit in with the existing cost per impression ads? Let's take a look. 0 Comments

Google Launches Catalog Search

In December, Google rolled out a completely unexpected offering: Google Catalogs. The new service allows you to search through the contents of catalogs from over 600 companies. In December, Google rolled out a completely unexpected offering: Google Catalogs. The new service allows you to search through the contents of catalogs from over 600 companies. 0 Comments

Going Beyond HTML Raises Security Concerns With Google

Now that Google is indexing a wide range of document types beyond HTML and plain text formats, potential security concerns are cropping up, both for searchers and webmasters. Now that Google is indexing a wide range of document types beyond HTML and plain text formats, potential security concerns are cropping up, both for searchers and webmasters. 0 Comments

Google Polishes its Image

Google has taken the wraps off the beta version of a new specialized image search capability, allowing you to search and browse more than 150 million digital images (GIF and JPEG files). Google has taken the wraps off the beta version of a new specialized image search capability, allowing you to search and browse more than 150 million digital images (GIF and JPEG files). 0 Comments

Google Restores Usenet Archive

Heads-up all you Usenet fans: Google has introduced an advanced search capability that allows you to search more than six years of Usenet postings. Heads-up all you Usenet fans: Google has introduced an advanced search capability that allows you to search more than six years of Usenet postings. 0 Comments

Bush's Dubious Victory At Google

For the past three months, if you did a search on Google for a particularly insulting phrase -- think dumb Oedipus -- the top result was to the official George W. Bush campaign store. How on earth did this happen? For the past three months, if you did a search on Google for a particularly insulting phrase -- think dumb Oedipus -- the top result was to the official George W. Bush campaign store. How on earth did this happen? 0 Comments