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  1. Daily SearchCast, August 4, 2006: Google Hires Former Time President To Head Ad Sales; Del.icou.us Gets Badges; Google Warns Of Hazardous Sites & More!

    SearchReturn editor Detlev Johnson sat in for Danny Sullivan, who is away this week. Today's search podcast covers a former Time Magazine editor joining Google to head ad sales; del.icou.us offering site owner info badges; Google warning users...

  2. Daily SearchCast, August 2, 2006: Google To Put Advertisers On XM Radio; Bloglines Develops Feed Exclusion Tag; More Matt Cutts SEO Tips Videos & More!

    SearchReturn editor Detlev Johnson sat in for Danny Sullivan, who is away this week. Testing New Ad Unit Styles Today's search podcast covers Google to put radio ads from advertisers on XM Radio; Bloglines develops a way to block RSS feeds from...

  3. Daily SearchCast, June 2, 2006: NoFollow Changes Linking, Reputation Management, DOJ Wants Records, Microsoft's Planned Investment and much & More!

    While Google exemplifies the type of company success that ad supported software services can yield, Microsoft's model to date has been entirely different. This investment will go towards building success in ad supported software which includes.

  4. Daily SearchCast, June 1, 2006: New Online Ad Spending Record, Offline Print Ads Disappoint, Ask Debuts Impressive Blog Search, Clickfraud, The Google settlement And Much & More!

    Today's search podcast covers record new online ad spending while offline print ads disappoint, Ask launches impressive blog search with preview feature, a new AdSense API and Google Base used to generate Froogle feeds.

  5. Daily SearchCast, May 9, 2006: Yahoo's New Panama Ad System; Getting Real Time Date; Microsoft's New Moves In Maps; Googlers Fuel California Tax Revenues & More!

    Correspondents: Greg Sterling On Local; Detlev Johnson On News Yahoo's finally gone public with details about its new "Panama" ad system upgrade, which when launched later this year will bring the system up to matching what Google's long offered...