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  1. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 7-11, 2008

    Google CEO to MicroHoo: We'll Bank on FrankGoogle CEO Eric Schmidt has reportedly named legendary Bubble 1.0 i-banker Frank Quattrone as an adviser to help reverse engineer the Yahoo-AOL and MSN- MySpace entanglements.

  2. Stupid SEO Spammers

    The site, which I've linked to above using a 302 redirect so as not to give out any of my link juice, said they could place my “website on top of the Natural Listings on Google, Yahoo and MSN” using their “proprietary techniques” and “valuable...

  3. Daily SearchCast, July 5, 2006: Google's Ranking Criteria Categories Exposed?; Lawsuit Over Rankings Might Go Ahead; Google's Not-So-Killer Products; Windows Live Local Click-To-Call & More!

    Google's Gtalk is currently ranked number ten with two percent market share, Google Finance is the "40th-most-visited finance site," and Gmail "is the system of choice for only about one-quarter the number of people who use MSN and Yahoo e-mail.

  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. The Day After: Points In The Search Trust Sweepstakes

    MSN: 1 Point Like a loser in the Eurovision song contest, null points to MSN. Postscript: In light of the most recent post on the MSN blog, I'll bring MSN Search up to match AOL. AOL, Microsoft and Yahoo DID NOT VIOLATE THE PRIVACY of any user by...

  6. Search Marketing's About People and Principles, Not Just Algorithms, Part 1

    Find Sites on an IP Address with MSN Search. Google increases lead over Yahoo in search. Yahoo CEO:Google/AOL Deal Doesn't Change Yahoo's Business. In this respect, Sullivan isn't defending the black hats so much as suggesting that they are people...

  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...