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  1. 7 Tips to Start Making Meaningful Connections on LinkedIn

    Perhaps you went to the same college and could share an anecdote about your mascot, maybe they live in Seattle and you’ve always wanted to visit. You could either ask that person if they wouldn’t mind introducing you, or mention in your invite that...

  2. Jeeves Makes a Comeback in the UK

    Ask.com is bringing back Jeeves, the friendly butler mascot that started it all off in 1997. Not only is the icon back, but Ask is returning to its brand Ask Jeeves in the UK as well. And, in times like these we know our users are looking for...

  3. Farewell, Mr. Jeeves

    Jeeves, the butler mascot for Ask Jeeves, is retiring, with the search engine slimming down to its long used but little promoted ask.com domain name. More about Jeeves' retirement, including highlights of his career, in today's SearchDay article...

  4. Daily SearchCast, Sept. 22, 2005: MSN Quashes Relevancy Report, Google TV Coming, Monitoring Hurricane Rita, Top Search Terms For The Past Decade, Goodbye To The Ask Jeeves Butler & More!

    Today's search podcast covers MSN squelching the release of a search relevancy report where it doesn't shine, Google getting more into TV search, ways to monitor the movement of Hurricane Rita, most popular search terms over the past ten years...

  5. SearchDay - Search Engine Milestones for March 2003

    Dogs Roam the Streets to Find Missing Dogpile.com Mascot http://tinyurl.com/8j9s Today, in the first half of a heroic two-day campaign to find beloved meta-search engine Dogpile.com mascot "Arfie," several of his canine companions pounded the...

  6. The Search Engine Report January 3, 2001 - Number 50

    You'll also find the dog mascot (his name is Arfie) is used more prominently than in the past. Pick up that magical device called a telephone, call directory assistance and get the company's phone number -- then ask them for their web address.