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American Red Cross

  1. Twitter Adds Alerts to Help Users During Emergencies, Disasters

    A list of participating organizations includes the American Red Cross. Twitter has announced the launch of Twitter Alerts, which it describes as a way of broadcasting critical information from emergency reporting organizations.

  2. Top Bing Searches in 2011: Bieber, Kardashian & Royal Wedding

    Americans still had charity on their minds, as the YMCA, American Red Cross, and Lance Armstrong Foundation topped the list for most searched charitable causes. The top news story searches of 2011 show which natural disasters, legal trials, and...

  3. News Picks: More Instant Fallout, for Sale, Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn All See Growth

    Google donates $50,000 to the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter to help with relief efforts. We report the top search marketing news daily here at the Search Engine Watch Blog. Here's a look at more news and helpful advice from around the Web...

  4. Skin Your iGoogle Page for a Good Cause

    American Red Cross If you're looking for an iGoogle theme with a little more meaning, then look no further than iGoogle Themes for Causes. These new themes feature charitable partners representing a variety of causes to be passionate about.

  5. Highlights from the SEW Blog: February 25-29, 2008

    Google Yahoo MSN Live Sitemaps: Cross-Hosting Grokked by SEOs for SEOsWith sitemaps cross-hosting (or cross-submission), Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft cracked open the door for corporations to outsource search engine optimization.

  6. Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

    Cross linking for purely promotional purposes has gone haywire, and as the obsession grows -- and the industrial attempts to build link popularity rise -- Google and all the crawlers will be under increasing pressure to add something new to their...

  7. Finding Disaster Coverage At Search Engines

    For finding web sites -- such as the Red Cross or CNN -- using a "regular" search engine is just fine. Clicking on the link brought users to a special "Current Events" page, which listed major news sources and cached articles from major news...