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  1. Contextual Search Ads: Boon or Bust?

    In this program, "We reach out to all the sports sites via Quigo and Kanoodle to position us on the front page of sports USA today and Microsoft Sports. Scared of contextual search advertising? Not sure how to explain a lower click through rate to...

  2. Daily SearchCast, August 18, 2006: Google Execs Selling Stock; Washington Post Selling Text Links; Honestly, It's Go Ogle Checkout Not Google Checkout & More!

    It's Kanoodle Particular Issue" goodbye to some old-school blog search engines; another click fraud lawsuit filed against Google; Google gains from someone who was planning the so-called "Go Ogle

  3. Search Forums Roundup: August 18, 2006

    Today's SearchDay, Search Engine Forums Spotlight, features our weekly links to this week's hot topics from search engine forums across the web:Google Buys Neven Vision to Boost Photo Management - Biggest Misconceptions People Have About SEO...

  4. Seevast: It's Kanoodle & More

    Kanoodle has done some restructuring. Previously, Kanoodle offered both search and contextual ads. Now, Kanoodle only offers search ads. Kanoodle Makes Acquisition, Becomes Seevast. Catching up on some industry news earlier this month,

  5. What's the Buzz Behind Behavioral Advertising?

    Kanoodle's BrightAds Cookies program also financially rewards a publisher when the cookie they drop is later used to take action on a behaviorally targeted ad on another site. Behavioral advertising has been getting plenty of attention lately for...

  6. Daily SearchCast, Jan. 31, 2006: Google Toolbar 4 With Bookmarking Out; How Google Censors In China; Google's EvilRank Scale; Keyword Searching Through Broadcast News & More!

    Kanoodle Gets MSN Spaces Contextual Deal Today's search podcast covers a new version of the Google Toolbar with bookmarking features being released; how Google does censorship in China; how Google did an evil scale to decide on the China issue...

  7. Kanoodle Gets MSN Spaces Contextual Deal

    Kanoodle has announced it will be providing contextual ads to the MSN Then again, it could be that Kanoodle will serve as a stop-gap for MSN until it has its own program online, when Kanoodle might then shift to being backfill.