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  1. How SMBs Can Optimize their Social Networking Time, Part 2

    A search for "Outer Banks North Carolina Forums" returned results for Frommer's Travel Guides, Outer Banks Vacation Guide, Destination360, and TripAdvisor. If you offer a service in a particular industry and area, then finding related forums for...

  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. Travel Search: Up Close and Personal

    brings several different products to the table, including travel recommendations, deals, destination guides, sharable trip planners, FareChase, and several paths to booking travel online. Last week, over 200 online marketers met in the Emerald City...

  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,

  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. Local Search Part 5: Citysearch Brings Local To Searchers & Merchants

    Citysearch says it powers about 95 percent of the information shown in MSN's City Guides and 50 percent of that in Yahoo's Get Local city guides. Overall, I'd have to do a lot more exploring to know how Citysearch really stacks up compared the many...