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  1. Unruly Unveils Brand Tracker Interactive Infographic for London Olympics

    She looks at the rise of the social video ad from 2006 to 2012 and notes that videos from the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics didn’t break any records. Unruly Media, the leading social video platform, unveiled an...

  2. Google Zeitgeist 2010: The Year's Top Searches

    Fastest Rising Translations vancouver 2010 apprendimento automatico ресторан нью-йорк машинное обучение beijing apartments comercio electrónico st.petersburg restaurants The World Cup, the Olympics, the Haiti earthquake, the Gulf oil spill...

  3. 50 Most Memorable Moments in Search for 2008

    The convergence of outside economic forces, a wild presidential election and the 2008 Beijing Olympics were all signs of an industry becoming more and more mainstream and global. Yahoo Wins Gold in the Search Engine Olympics.

  4. Baidu's Profit Increases 91% in Third Quarter 2008

    The search engine had been seeing explosive growth leading up to the Beijing Olympics, which occurred during the third quarter. Jennifer Li, Baidu's chief financial officer, said, "The impact of the 2008 Beijing Olympics on our business was in line...

  5. Google Discusses Search Evaluation Process

    Google didn't do a great job with the Beijing Olympics, and surely their algorithm could handle serving up more relevant search results during the time surrounding the event. Does the user want news, medal counts from the recent Beijing games, the...

  6. Yahoo Wins Gold Medal for Online Olympic Traffic

    Google Sits Out Olympic Search Results; Microsoft , Yahoo Take Home Medals mInfo Chosen as Official Mobile Search Provider for Beijing Olympics As U.S.workers continue to check out the Olympics online during the work week, Yahoo is beating the...

  7. ConnectU Co-Founders Place 6th in Olympics Rowing

    Facebook competitor ConnectU's co-founder twins, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss, placed 6th in men's pair rowing in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Their time was 7:05.58 on a 2,000-meter course. Australia won the gold with a time of 6:37.44.

  8. SearchDay: Tips for Making the Most of SES San Jose

    Online Olympic Traffic Soars; Mobile Viewing Habits Form Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 14, 2008 As people returned to work on Monday after the first weekend of the Beijing Olympic games, many went online to keep track of events as they unfold...

  9. SearchDay: Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    Google Offers Guidance on Starting a Multi-Lingual Site Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 8, 2008 Do the Beijing Olympics have you thinking global? ChrisBoggs Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners SEM CROSSFIRE When it comes to bringing an outside...

  10. Google Offers Guidance on Starting a Multi-Lingual Site

    Do the Beijing Olympics have you thinking global? If so, you may be considering whether or not to offer your site content in another language. Google understands and they have offered up three points worthy of consideration when making the decision...

  11. SearchDay: Link Building with Customers

    Omniture's SearchCenter Now Integrated with Chinese Search Engine Baidu.com Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 7, 2008 One day before the Olympics in Beijing, Ominture has announced that its SearchCenter integration with Chinese search engine Baidu...

  12. SearchDay: Tips for Making the Most of SES San Jose

    Online Olympic Traffic Soars; Mobile Viewing Habits Form Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 14, 2008 As people returned to work on Monday after the first weekend of the Beijing Olympic games, many went online to keep track of events as they unfold...

  13. China's Sohu.com Posts 600% Jump in Profit

    The big boost in profits for both companies come as the 2008 Beijing Olympics approach. The growing momentum reflects the overall expansion of the China Internet market, increased shift in advertising budgets from offline to online, the robust pace...

  14. Baidu Profits Soar 87% in Second Quarter

    Boosted by advertising sales in advance of the Beijing Olympics, the Chinese search engine posted an 87% jump in profits in the second quarter of 2008. Google, Microsoft and Yahoo may have disappointed Wall Street, but Baidu is proving to be a Dark...