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2006 World Cup

  1. Twitter Popularity Higher Than Ever in 2011, Check Out These Stats & Cool Uses

    The Women's World Cup Final holds the new tweets per second record. Whether it's simply a case of celebrating the fifth anniversary since the launch of Twttr this month, or increased pressure to compete with statistics from Google's latest social...

  2. 2010 FIFA World Cup Commercials and YouTube Video Ads

    The 2006 FIFA World Cup final between Italy and France was watched by a global cumulative audience of 715.1 million viewers. So, it's now wonder that the 2010 FIFA World Cup is already generating some amazing commercials and YouTube video ads.

  3. Doing A Google Search Impacts The Environment!

    Seems you can boil water for a cup of tea with the amount of energy it takes to do two Google searches, according to a Harvard professor. This may be more than a tempest in a tea cup (I know bad pun), given Google's appointment of Bill Weihl as...

  4. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Cricket World Cup World Series A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007.

  5. Clipblast! Releases List of Top Video Searches in 2006

    Not surprisingly, celebrities behaving badly top the list, but also some of the biggest US news stories, as well as World Cup soccer action made the cut. World Cup – four weeks of nonstop soccer action, 32 national teams and one infamous head-butt...

  6. Daily SearchCast, June 9, 2006: How The ODP Sends Sites Back In Time In Major Search Engines; Google, Your TV Companion; The World Cup Cometh To Search & More!

    Today's search podcast covers the use of Open Directory information making more sites seem outdating in major search engines; Google listening to your TV and perhaps making ads and info show up on your computer screen in the future; the World...

  7. Daily SearchCast, June 8, 2006: Yahoo Answers Grows And Grows; Google Sued Over Ad It Refuses To Run; Google Urges Users To Rally For Net Neutrality & More!

    Searchers & The World Cup The World Cup opens tomorrow. For my fellow Americans, many of whom may have no idea that the US is in it, you might want to check out my personal experiences living in World Cup-mad Eng-er-land at the moment.