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  1. Chic Engine Helps You Find That Dress You Saw on Pinterest

    Although, dear reader, it may be a simple enough thing for you to do, the average web user is limited by the ability to understand how their own computer works, let alone the web. Chic Engine is currently in beta with zero investment except for...

  2. Is the Google News Redesign a Repeat of the New Coke Disaster?

    Claburn quotes InformationWeek reader Christopher Buckingham, who said, "The original Google News was vastly superior. Especially with no warning or (a) 'beta' period to try it out. It's only Saturday, but I already think the Google News redesign...

  3. SearchDay | Selling SEO During an Economic Downturn

    More from the Mailbag: Quality Score Mysteries and Great PPC Learning Resources PROFITABLE PPC David digs into the reader mailbag to discuss Google's quality score issues, and some good beginner resources for learning PPC advertising.

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

    U.S.dollars at specified rates solely for the convenience of the reader. Baidu recently launched the beta version of an online C2C platform that enables merchants to sell their products and services online via a Baidu- registered store.

  5. Knol Is Googlepedia

    With this feature, any reader can make suggested edits to a knol which the author may then choose to accept, reject, or modify before these contributions become visible to the public. The Wikipedia competitor is in beta.

  6. A Look at Demographic Bidding for AdWords

    A vigilant reader pointed out that the tool could be used on search campaigns as well as content – thereby giving the advertiser the ability to block search campaign ads from showing on error pages and parked domain pages.

  7. Google is an Optimist. Newspapers are Pessimists.

    I've had the opportunity to participate on a year-long Reader's Advisory Panel for my local newspaper where I prescribed this and much more. So, while newspapers have told me directly to my face what won't work, what isn't in their business plan...