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  1. Measuring Your Link Building with Google Analytics

    Like so: facebook\.com|twitter\.com|linkedin|del\.icio\.us|delicious\.com|technorati|digg\.com|hootsuite|stumbleupon|netvibes|bloglines|faves\.com|aim\.com|friendfeed|blinklist|fark|furl|msplinks|myspace|bit\.ly|tr\.im|cli\.gs|zi\.ma|poprl|tinyurl...

  2. Blog Marketing Takes Commitment

    Search Engine Watch does this well, through the ubiquitous orange RSS button, which links to a page with Google, Yahoo, Pluck, Newsgator, Bloglines, MSN, Rojo, and Feedburner feeds. There is a steady stream of how-to articles describing how to game...

  3. What are exhibitors exhibiting at SES Chicago?

    Will we see anything new from Bloglines? A significant number of people will attend SES Chicago next week with an expo only pass (which is free if you get one in advance or $25 if you pick one up on site).

  4. Highlights from the SEW Blog: November 19-21, 2007

    Bloglines Eric Engleman InterviewedOne of the more interesting aspects of the interview was learning about the search functionality built into Bloglines. We've collected all the search marketing news from selected posts to the Search Engine Watch...

  5. Bloglines Eric Engleman Interviewed

    Recently I had the chance to interview Eric Engleman, the General Manager of Bloglines. We talked about the overall blog marketplace, the recent updates to Bloglines, and more. One of the more interesting aspects of the interview was learning about...

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  6. Search Headlines & Links: November 7, 2007

    Bloglines Debuts Top 1000Bloglines today launched the Bloglines Top 1000, a list of the most-subscribed blogs in its feed reader. Want a snapshot of the day's search marketing news? Here we've collected today's top news stories posted to the Search...

  7. Bloglines Debuts Top 1000

    Bloglines today launched the Bloglines Top 1000, a list of the most-subscribed blogs in its feed reader. Bloglines says they track the number of "active" subscribers who interact with a feed during a specific time period.

  8. IAC Splitting Into Five Separate Companies

    The businesses currently comprising its Media & Advertising sector: Ask.com, Bloglines, Citysearch, CursorMania, IAC Advertising Solutions, Evite, Excite, InsiderPages, iWon, My Fun Cards, My Way, Popular Screensavers, Smiley Central, Webfetti and...

  9. Search and the Law: Attorney Clarke Douglas Walton

    Bloglines Makes Announcements, Including OpenID Support, Read/Write Web Walton discusses trademark usage in PPC advertising, the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and future legal issues on the horizon for search marketers.

  10. SEW Blog Ranks #3 in AdAge Power 150

    The list uses objective data from Google; Bloglines and Technorati, as well as subjective "Todd Points" from marketing executive and blogger, Todd Andrlik. But counting Bloglines subscribers and Technorati links has some comparative value, at least.

  11. Google Reader Adds Search Box...Finally

    It's something that Bloglines has had since June 2006. I'm finding it hard to get excited by the news that Google Reader now has a search feature to allow users to search in all of their feeds. It's certainly useful and all, but it just seems so un...

  12. Search Headlines & Links: August 27, 2007

    Bloglines Launches Beta Re-design and Start Page, Read/Write Web Want a snapshot of the day's search marketing news? Here we've collected today's top news stories posted to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with search-related headlines from...

  13. Highlights from the SEW Blog: August 27, 2007

    Bloglines Launches Beta Re-design and Start Page, Read/Write Web From the SEW blog: Organic Search Can PPC Help Your Organic Rankings? Do PPC listings affect your organic rankings? No, but one of the best ways to increase your organic traffic is to...

  14. The Search Engine Update - Number 245 - July 24, 2007

    See our Search Engine Newsletters & Web Feeds page for a full rundown on everything we offer, as well as special buttons to let you subscribe via news readers such as Rojo, My MSN, Bloglines, Feedster, Newsgator, Pluck and My Yahoo.