SEO News

23 2004

  1. Larry & Sergey: Still Super Rich But No Longer Equally Rich, Says Forbes

    Forbes has released its annual list of the world’s billionaires. While most of the richest people in the world remain the same, one noteworthy change is that Google co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin are no longer tied for net worth.

  2. Go to SES Berlin or SES Chicago for Nine Trainers Training

    During the past seven weeks, I've shared seven compelling reasons for going to either Search Engine Strategies Berlin or SES Chicago 2009. For those of you who want to join in the chorus, they are "eight days a-learning, seven tracks amazing, six...

  3. SES New York Veterans Don't Need No Schedule Optimization

    With Search Engine Strategies getting underway next week, veterans of SES New York don't need no stinking schedule optimization services -- even if I do offer them for free. A quick look at the conference agenda will reassure them that there is...

  4. Going to Search Engine Strategies? In a New York Minute!

    Are you going to Search Engine Strategies New York, which will be held March 23-26, 2009? Of course you are. It takes less than a New York minute to make that decision. SES New York is a not-to-be-missed event in the search industry.

  5. In the Third Week of New Year's, My SearchDay Gave to Me:

    In the third week of New Year’s, my SearchDay gave to me: Four conferences, Three key trends, Two hyperlinks, And a ranking in the top three. To date, we’ve looked at the 12 speakers, 11 bloggers, 10 scribblers, nine Diggers, eight firms, seven...

  6. New Search Patent Filings: August 29, 2006 - Yahoo looks at Interactive TV and VOIP

    Yahoo patent filings include one detailing bidding for placement in paid search filed this past April, another that details a very interactive environment for watching television programming, a third describing a method of soliciting consumer...

  7. New Search Patent Applications: June 5, 2006 - Taking Care of Web Decay, Dead Links, and Parked Domains

    Yahoo provides an XML based bid management tool, and a way to maintain a persistent link to dynamic information between a browser and specific web pages. Microsoft marries email and search to provide a way store and track queries, and also...