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  1. New Search Patents: May 3, 2006 - Microsoft and IBM Dominate with Recent Search Filings

    The tracking and accumulation of content usage information allows content providers to understand more about their user base. A different one looks to serving ads and other location based content, based not only upon the location of searchers, but...

  2. Daily SearchCast, Dec. 1, 2005: Microsoft's Classifieds Service Shapes Up, Google's War Chest To Fight Redmond, Yahoo Gets Firefox Win, Upset Over Bios At Wikipedia & More!

    Microsoft Classifieds Service -- And Why Comparing To Google Base Doesn't Make Today's search podcast covers how Microsoft's classified ads service is shaping up, Google building a war chest to fight Microsoft, Yahoo ousting Google on some...

  3. More On Microsoft Classifieds Service -- And Why Comparing To Google Base Doesn't Make Sense

    More on the forthcoming Microsoft classified ads service is coming out, with some good remarks on why Microsoft's service may be more suited to classified searching than Google Base -- though as I'll explain, Google Base isn't what people...

  4. Daily SearchCast, Nov. 30, 2005: Yahoo Mail Gets RSS Reader, Microsoft's "Fremont" Classified Ads Service, Irrelevant Google Ads, SEO Myths, MSN Seeking Search Champs, The Future Of SEM & More!

    Microsoft's planned classified ads service, Google Base gaining a blog, Google ads lacking relevancy, dealing with SEO myths, Microsoft after new a new Search Google Base Google Base" is Code Named Fremont

  5. Microsoft's "Google Base" is Code Named Fremont & MS Receives Patent For Semi-Auto Annotation of Multimedia Objects

    Two items from Redmond today, Microsoft with a classified ads listing service in the works pegged as a rival to Google Base and Microsoft getting a patent on semi-automatic annotation of multimedia objects.

  6. Search Engine Ad Reps: Friend or Foe?

    Poking At Google Base. Google Aims for the Classified Ads Business. YPN Adds RSS Ads to Contextual Mix. Click here to learn more about becoming a member. Panelists during the "Ad Reps, Friend or Foe" session showed their frustration as they related...