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  1. 8 Blogging "Rules" You Should Probably Ditch

    Turns out, his problem was podcasting. Or, only podcasting. So it may be time to sit back and evaluate whether generally accepted blog best practices still apply to you or not. Here are eight current blogging practices that may be near the end of...

  2. Podcast & Audio Search

    She laid out a 4-step piece in a comprehensive podcasting strategy: optimization of the sound file and the id3 tags, optimization of the web page, creation and validation of feeds, and the submission and monitoring of your distribution on the back...

  3. Will the Revolution in Mobile Search be Televised?

    The Ultimate Podcasting Guide, Carsten Cumbrowski If you want to verify this for yourself, then conduct a mobile search on your wireless phone. Or, while you're waiting for tonight's game to start, check out one of today's top news stories.

  4. Search Headlines & Links: October 23, 2007

    The Ultimate Podcasting Guide, Carsten Cumbrowski Want a snapshot of the day's search marketing news? Here we've collected today's top news stories posted to the Search Engine Watch Blog, along with search-related headlines from around the Web:

  5. EveryZing – Beyond Podcasting

    PodZinger, a major multimedia search and advertising platform, has just changed its name to EveryZing , signaling the extension of their market offering beyond podcasts. Employing the capability of their speech-to-text technology in extracting full...

  6. Search to Go: Meeting the Needs of the Mobile User

    Amanda Watlington is the owner of Searching for Profit, a search marketing consultancy focusing on the interaction of the consumer with businesses using search engines, RSS, blogs, podcasting or other new media to deliver their message.

  7. Amanda Watlington Interview

    Lee Odden at Online Marketing Blog has a terrific interview with Amanda Watlington, principal at Searching for Profit and the SEW blog's resident expert on topics that include multimedia search, podcasting and social media.

  8. Top news searches differ from top web searches

    Here are the top searches in 2006 on Google News: paris Hilton orlando bloom cancer podcasting hurricane katrina bankruptcy martina hingis autism nfl draft celebrity big brother 2006 When is a search term not a search term?

  9. Search Headlines & Links: Nov. 27, 2006

    Podcasting, Threadwatch Engine Watch Blog, along with other items we've spotted but not blogged separately. Note that the recap of our stories and headlines around the web are longer than normal due to us being largely off over the Thanksgiving...

  10. Report: Apples are More "Apple-y" than Oranges

    It wasn't meant to be a cut on blogging, or to over-hype podcasting, which is how some people are taking it. OK, OK. I've been getting a lot of flak over my story covering a new Nielsen/NetRatings study on the number of people who download podcasts.

  11. A Podcasting Paradigm

    This could well be a podcasting paradigm: loyal listeners, a relevant sponsor, high engagement, plus a value add feature that enhances an already very immersive experience. Last time I learned a new language, there wasn't an Internet.

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  12. Search Engine Optimization for Podcasts

    Podcasting is comparatively new, though there are already numerous podcast search engines and it's important to optimize your audio files if you want listeners to find your spoken content. Podcasting is an interesting challenge from a search...

  13. Google Book Search "Hack" Just Normal Operation

    Steve describes reading books in O'Reilly's "Hack" series, such as Podcasting Steve Rubel thinks he's "hacked" Google Book Search, as he covers in his Read Most of O'Reilly's Hacks Books for Free Using Google post.

  14. Highlights from the SEW Blog: Dec 7, 2005

    America Online Lends Podcasting an Ear.eWeek Dec 6 2005 3:40PM GMT If you're not familiar with our blog, click on any of the links below, or visit the blog's home page at http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/.

  15. Study: RSS Still Not Widely Adopted

    What about the current podcasting craze? Despite all of the hooplah and media giants rushing to join the bandwagon, fewer than 28% of all internet users are even aware of podcasting, and just 2% actually consume podcasts.