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  1. SearchDay | Search Engine Submission 101

    Microsoft Revamps MSN City Guides With Live Search and Live Maps Posted by Nathania Johnson May 11, 2009 MSN City Guides has undergone a makeover and the "after" shot displays Live Search and Live Maps as new accessories, albeit a bit understated.

  2. SearchDay: Awesome Ad Groups: Small is Good

    Microsoft Partners with Zvents for MSN City Guides Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 4, 2008 Microsoft today announced a partnership with Zvents, a local search and advertising network, to integrate with MSN City Guides.

  3. New 411 User Survey Points To Mobile Local Search Demand

    City Guides/Maps What city, what listing? What city, what listing? MSN Hotmail That makes sense because the Internet/local search is often a 411 substitute. But the opposite is true of nascent "mobile local search," a set of half-baked tools and...

  4. Daily SearchCast, June 20, 2006: Google's Got Spam! - Everyone's Got Spam! - Spam Spam Spam!; Oh Where Or Where Has My Google Answers Question Gone; Ask Helps Treasure Hunters & More!

    Canada's yellow pages publisher, Yellow Pages Group, which also operates city guides and a variety of other Canadian web destinations, has launched a new beta version of its flagship site, YellowPages.ca.

  5. Daily SearchCast, June 15, 2006: You Got Digg In My Netscape; When NYT Met SEO; Google's New US Government Search; Searching For Products By Color & More!

    For new publishers many how-tos, help guides and demos were added. In addition to the $319 million price tag, Google has to pay $315,000 per month to the city; per month for ground lease and $175,000 per month for rent with rent increases of 4...

  6. Daily SearchCast, May 11, 2006: Google Trends For Researching What's Hot & What's Not; Google Co-op, Google's Big Time Tagging Experiment; Complaints Over Commission Cuts & More!

    Destination Guides: Not Much There -- Yet A part of Google Co-op, "Destination Guides" was promoted as ? Guides? For example, do a trends query on cars, and you can see the volume of queries over time, by city, regions, languages and so on.