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  1. The Search Engine Report October 1, 2002 - Number 71

    Like the AOL start-up screen or a My Yahoo personal page, it could be that Google News will evolve into some people's home pages. Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info Search firm takes heat for sharing data News.com, Sept.http://news.com...

  2. The Search Engine Report, Oct 1, 2002, Number 71

    Like the AOL start-up screen or a My Yahoo personal page, it could be that Google News will evolve into some people's home pages. Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info Search firm takes heat for sharing data News.com, Sept.http://news.com...

  3. The Search Engine Report, July 1, 2002, Number 68

    Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info Five years ago: Web site offers search engine gen ZDNet, June 15, 2002 http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t269-s2111876,00.html By Danny Sullivan Editor, Search Engine Watch http://searchenginewatch.com...

  4. The Search Engine Report July 1, 2002 - Number 68

    Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info Five years ago: Web site offers search engine gen ZDNet, June 15, 2002 http://news.zdnet.co.uk/story/0,,t269-s2111876,00.html By Danny Sullivan Editor, Search Engine Watch http://searchenginewatch.com...

  5. The Search Engine Report June 3, 2002 - Number 67

    Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info By Danny Sullivan Editor, Search Engine Watch http://searchenginewatch.com/ Copyright (c) 2002 INT Media Group, Inc. INT Media is planning its own directory of search engine marketing firms.

  6. The Search Engine Report, June 3, 2002, Number 67

    Link for AOL users: Membership Sign-Up Info By Danny Sullivan Editor, Search Engine Watch http://searchenginewatch.com/ Copyright (c) 2002 INT Media Group, Inc. INT Media is planning its own directory of search engine marketing firms.

  7. The Search Engine Update, June 3, 2002, Number 126

    Can AOL Maintain High CTR's on Sponsored Listings Near Search Results? Advertisers are probably far better able to determine this than Google or AOL, since they are paying for those clickthroughs. AOL and Google both adequately delineate their...