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The Search Engine Report - March 4, 2003 Number 76

It really has been an unprecedented month. Two searchengines are set up for acquisition by Overture in as many weeks, while Googlebuys a blogging firm and also releases an entirely new advertising product,contextual links. I've been writing like mad, to keep up with it all. I'm alsotraveling this week, so I have no ability to print and proof the articles inthis issue of the newsletter. Expect some typos! It really has been an unprecedented month. Two searchengines are set up for acquisition by Overture in as many weeks, while Googlebuys a blogging firm and also releases an entirely new advertising product,contextual links. I've been writing like mad, to keep up with it all. I'm alsotraveling this week, so I have no ability to print and proof the articles inthis issue of the newsletter. Expect some typos! 0 Comments

Overture To Buy AltaVista

Overture announced today that it intends to purchase AltaVista in a $140 million cash and stock deal. A look at the implications of the deal. Overture announced today that it intends to purchase AltaVista in a $140 million cash and stock deal. A look at the implications of the deal. 0 Comments

Overture & Inktomi Out, Google In At AOL

Google has been selected by AOL to provide editorial search results and paid listings to AOL's various search properties in the United States, including AOL Search, Netscape Search and CompuServe Search. Google has been selected by AOL to provide editorial search results and paid listings to AOL's various search properties in the United States, including AOL Search, Netscape Search and CompuServe Search. 0 Comments

Overture & Inktomi Out, Google In At AOL

Google has been selected by AOL to provide editorial search results and paid listings to AOL's various search properties in the United States, including AOL Search, Netscape Search and CompuServe Search. Google has been selected by AOL to provide editorial search results and paid listings to AOL's various search properties in the United States, including AOL Search, Netscape Search and CompuServe Search. 0 Comments

Search Engine Embargoes Keywords in Wake of Terror Attacks

Pay-per-click search engine Overture has prohibited bidding on 'inflammatory or insensitive' keywords in response to the terrorist bombings and anthrax contaminations in the U.S. Pay-per-click search engine Overture has prohibited bidding on 'inflammatory or insensitive' keywords in response to the terrorist bombings and anthrax contaminations in the U.S. 0 Comments

GoTo Speaks Out On FTC Complaint

At last month's Online Advertising Forum, GoTo's CEO Ted Meisel fired back at the complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission over paid listings on some search engines. His comments were both right and wrong on many points. At last month's Online Advertising Forum, GoTo's CEO Ted Meisel fired back at the complaint filed with the Federal Trade Commission over paid listings on some search engines. His comments were both right and wrong on many points. 0 Comments

GoTo Increases Prices, Appears At iWon

The days of 1 cent clicks at GoTo's US service are gone, made extinct by a price increase put into place on March 1, which raised the minimum bid to 5 cents. A new $20 minimum charge per month has also been implemented. GoTo advertisers learned of the changes in an email sent to them on the day the price changes took effect. The days of 1 cent clicks at GoTo's US service are gone, made extinct by a price increase put into place on March 1, which raised the minimum bid to 5 cents. A new $20 minimum charge per month has also been implemented. GoTo advertisers learned of the changes in an email sent to them on the day the price changes took effect. 0 Comments

GoTo Increases Prices, Appears At iWon

The days of 1 cent clicks at GoTo's US service are gone, made extinct by a price increase put into place on March 1, which raised the minimum bid to 5 cents. A new $20 minimum charge per month has also been implemented. GoTo advertisers learned of the changes in an email sent to them on the day the price changes took effect. The days of 1 cent clicks at GoTo's US service are gone, made extinct by a price increase put into place on March 1, which raised the minimum bid to 5 cents. A new $20 minimum charge per month has also been implemented. GoTo advertisers learned of the changes in an email sent to them on the day the price changes took effect. 0 Comments

GoTo Redevelops, Reaches Out

In addition to rolling out major changes to its site, GoTo has also been establishing new deals to distribute its results through other sites. The moves are designed to take GoTo from being only a paid placement search engine to a source of paid listings that powers other search engines. In turn, this raises issues about how paid results are disclosed at GoTo-powered services. In addition to rolling out major changes to its site, GoTo has also been establishing new deals to distribute its results through other sites. The moves are designed to take GoTo from being only a paid placement search engine to a source of paid listings that powers other search engines. In turn, this raises issues about how paid results are disclosed at GoTo-powered services. 0 Comments

The Search Engine Update, September 4, 2000, Number 84

THE SEARCH ENGINE UPDATESeptember 4, 2000 - Number 84By DannySullivanEditor, Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/Copyright (c) 2000 internet.com corporation ===================About The UpdateThe Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly update of search engine news THE SEARCH ENGINE UPDATESeptember 4, 2000 - Number 84By DannySullivanEditor, Search Engine Watchhttp://searchenginewatch.com/Copyright (c) 2000 internet.com corporation ===================About The UpdateThe Search Engine Update is a twice-monthly update of search engine news 0 Comments