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  1. Daily SearchCast, June 13, 2006: Google Still A Tech Company, Says Schmdit; Google Earth Gets New Features; GBuy To Take On eBay's PayPay?; eBay Takes On AdSense; Yahoo Answerers In Times Square

    Seth Jayson has written an interesting piece "How Google is killing the internet" over at The Motley Fool. Google Is Killing The Internet Today's search podcast covers Google CEO Eric Schmidt saying that Google isn't a media company; Google Earth...

  2. Daily SearchCast, May 10, 2006: Yahoo Livesearch: Answers Before You Finish Typing!; Yahoo & Google Seek IE7 Users; Will It Be Google Rather Than Vegemite Sandwich? & More! (Corrected File)

    Internet Explorer 7, and visiting Google, you are prompted with a DTHML popup box that says, "Make Google your Search Engine in Internet Explorer. I continue to think about the challenges of mobile-local search, where there is arguably a more...

  3. Local Search Growing, but Small Biz Advertisers Cautious

    This compares with new Nielsen data showing that 39% use Google, 30% use Yahoo and 30% use MSN.of respondents used search engines seven or more times per week and 25% used search engines 30 or more times a week.of people said that search engines...

  4. Local Search Growing, but Small Biz Advertisers Cautious

    This compares with new Nielsen data showing that 39% use Google, 30% use Yahoo and 30% use MSN.of respondents used search engines seven or more times per week and 25% used search engines 30 or more times a week.of people said that search engines...

  5. The Search Engine Report, August 2, 2001, Number 57

    Review of Google's business side, how the company is surviving and thriving in a market where other Internet companies -- including some of its competitors -- are struggling. If you're running Internet Explorer, you can forget visiting the home...

  6. The Search Engine Report August 2, 2001-Number 57

    Review of Google's business side, how the company is surviving and thriving in a market where other Internet companies -- including some of its competitors -- are struggling. If you're running Internet Explorer, you can forget visiting the home...