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  1. More Than 100,000 Sellers Have Inventory in New Google Shopping Model

    We have been using Google since the Froogle days. The shopping model operates as a pay-to-play comparison shopping engine, whereas the previous program was free of charge. Since they announced the transition to a paid model for Product Search...

  2. 3 Reasons Why the New Google Shopping is Bad for Ecommerce Merchants

    What this means is that the free traffic merchants have been getting for nearly a decade through what was called Froogle/Google Base will no longer be free, and essentially turn into a paid comparison shopping engine.

  3. Texas AG Wants Google's Formula for AdWords Rates, Ranking Sites

    Documents related to shopping websites Froogle, Google Product Search, and Google Shopping. Documents that that describe, analyze, or discuss strategies for Google to enter the product search market and/or increase traffic to Froogle, Google...

  4. The Search Engine Report - Number 118

    Upcoming Search Engine Strategies Events + Top Stories + More From The Search Engine Watch Blog + Our Search Newsletters Hello Google Product Results In Web Search - Froogle, Google's shopping search engine that launched with big hopes back in...

  5. The Search Engine Update - Number 230 - October 4, 2006

    Upcoming Search Engine Strategies Events + Top Stories + More From The Search Engine Watch Blog + Our Search Newsletters Hello Google Product Results In Web Search - Froogle, Google's shopping search engine that launched with big hopes back in...

  6. Goodbye Froogle; Hello Google Product Results In Web Search

    Froogle, Google's shopping search engine that launched with big hopes back in 2002, is to be deemphasized in place of product listings integrated into regular Google search results. Froogle is a cutesy name that never explain what Froogle was...

  7. Google Real Estate? It's Google Base Again, Google's Vertical Play

    These specialized services, standalone sites -- like Google's shopping search engine Froogle -- will have more refined features to help with the specific searching task you're doing. But it's interesting to see how Google's delivering on the...