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  1. 'Let Me Google That For You' Bill Introduced to U.S. Senate

    The present protocol for government research involves an organization called the National Technical Information Service (NTIS). During the two readings of the bill, the Senate concluded that, "No federal agency should use taxpayer dollars to...

  2. Government SEO is Broken

    One problem: there is a missing element that could hinder the effort - consideration for how users search for and find government service online – where's the search engine optimization (SEO)? Capable SEO, digital agencies, and technology...

  3. Real Names: Google+, Government & The Identity Ecosystem

    It essentially provides an identity service. Google+: Identity Service Well maybe, we got a first clue this week when Andy Carvin of NPR reported Eric Schmidt rather ominous words that Google+ is an “identity service.

  4. SES New York is a Search Expo as well as an SEM Conference

    Sold as a subscription service it enables clients to improve message deliverability, lower costs and focus on their online retention marketing strategies without important technology investments. SLI's Site Champion service creates optimised pages...

  5. Publisher Groups To Test New Search Engine Rights Management System (Updated)

    In the week that the publishers of Le Soir and La Libre Belgique won their case in the Belgian Courts against Google for illegally publishing content on its news service without prior consent, the ACAP will develop and pilot a system by which the...

  6. Blogs, Boards, and Posts: Capturing Consumer Buzz Online

    Bloglines recently released the first in a series of new capabilities that help consumers monitor customized kinds of dynamic web information—becoming the first web service to move beyond aggregating general-audience blogs and RSS news feeds.

  7. Yahoo Announces Content Acquisition Program

    Cadogan notes that even though they're using the same index, they each have different features that should continue to appeal to fans of each service. And it also helps Yahoo's engineers better understand how to solve some of the technical...