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  1. 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.

  2. Live Search Cashback vs. Google: A Case Study

    If you go to the MSN site, you'll get a list of text results similar to Google. In other words, we assumed the search results would look identical to how they're laid out in Google, Yahoo, Ask, etc. It's an interesting marketing concept, but how do...

  3. Search Headlines & Links: October 18, 2006

    MSN. Google in is expected to earn over $4 billion in ad revenue but Yahoo has just $2.9 billion according to eMarketer.com. It's also possible to just limit a search to Google, Yahoo or Google's share continues to increase (65% increase YoY...

  4. Daily SearchCast, May 25, 2006: Google To Get Dayparting; Affiliate Sites Have New Worries From Google; YahooBay? eBayhoo? Not Quite, But The Two Are Partnering & More!

    MSN ThreadWatch links to a Wall Street Journal report that shows MSN is in talks to buy a wireless ad provider, Third Screen Media. Today's search podcast covers Google getting dayparting of ads; Google saying no to low-quality affiliate sites...

  5. New French Relevancy Study Puts Yahoo & Google Tied For First But Search Overall As Disappointing

    Google, MSN and Yahoo along with Exalead, Voila and Dir.com were evaluated. Relevancy shoots up with this much tighter examination, and Yahoo pushes slightly ahead of Google, while MSN and Exalead also close the gap:

  6. More on Search Engine Penalties

    Today guest writer Marcela De Vivo wraps up her look at search engine penalties, describing those applied by Yahoo and MSN. Read on for more in today's SearchDay article, Search Engine Penalties at Yahoo & MSN.

  7. MSN Censorship & Revisiting The Need For Better Disclosure

    Chinese target Web's 'prohibited language' from the Associated Press looks at how those in China wishing to blog on MSN's new MSN Spaces service will find certain words such as "democracy," "freedom" and "human rights" are deemed taboo, with the...