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  1. Google Brings NHL, NBA Video Highlights to Search Results

    All videos are from the official YouTube channel of either the NHL or the NBA, meaning Google isn't displaying videos that are posted to YouTube by the teams themselves or fans. This new feature seems to be restricted to just NHL and NBA games at...

  2. March Madness = Search and AdWords Madness?

    Currently ncaa.com is placing a larger focus on the NBA and the upcoming season of NCAA football (although they are still bidding on "march madness" and "north Carolina"). According to CBS, March Madness was much more of a spectacle this year, as...

  3. Social Media Rules for Athletes

    Similar to the NBA, the NFL has restrictions on the usage of PDAs and mobile devices before, during and after the game but not what is contained within those updates. Fines in both the NFL and NBA are doled out when an athlete steps out of bounds...

  4. Google and NBA.com Team Up on Live Results

    Google has joined forces with NBA.com to bring real-time game scores, schedules, and standings to Google's search results. If you search for [nba] on Google, you'll get instant score updates: These results also include links to game previews...

  5. Social Media in the NFL

    The NBA followed up a month later with a similar social media policy, which banned the use of social media sites from 45 minutes before games through post game media interviews. NHLPA Starts SEO From Scratch To Up Its Game on Google (SEW)

  6. SearchDay | The Decision-Making Funnel, Stage 4: Action

    Live.com Offers Instant Answers for NHL, NBA Playoff Games and Players Posted by Nathania Johnson May 28, 2009 If your team wasn't painfully swept in the playoffs last night, you might want to use Live.com to keep up with future playoff games.

  7. SEO for Publishers: News and Sports are Slow to Adopt SEO

    Keeping with the sports theme, the ESPN site provides a good example of a bad URL: http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/dailydime? Thus, a URL like http://sports.espn.go.com/nba/dailydime? Could it be related to a star soccer player like David Beckham...