PubSub: They're Baaaaack, TechCrunch 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: From the SEW Blog: Retailers Not Paying Enough Attention to SEOA new...
PubSub: They’re Baaaaack, TechCrunch In the study, "Once Again. There's Still Money on the Table: Internet Retailer Study 2007," Oneupweb looks at the SEO efforts of the top 100 retailers as rated by Internet Retailer magazine.
Rumors of our death are only slightly exaggerated, Bob Wyman of PubSub From The SEW Blog. Daily SearchCast, June 14, 2006: MySpace To Auction Search Traffic; Google Picasa Gets Photo Sharing; NY State Says Shame On Google Video; Is That Google Earth
Mossberg Positive About Rollyo and PubSub, Rollyo Adds New Firefox Search Bar Today's search podcast covers trying to get more information about the US Department Of Justice's plans for search data; the two TrueLocals collide;
looking at A9 usage...
The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg has positive comments about two services, PubSub and Rollyo, two services that we've posted about several times. PubSubPubSub is a matching engine that provides access to content with content containing your...
PubSub, Rollyo Offer Web Search Services The Big Engines Don't. Search Engine Watch Forums Yahoo Search Marketing's promised changes leave advertisers wondering where the improvements are after 6 months in development.
PubSub Gains Community Lists To Rank Top Blogs By Topic - Tara at ResearchBuzz talks about PubSub's new Community Lists, human compiled lists in various topics. =================== In This Issue ===================
PubSub Gains Community Lists To Rank Top Blogs By Topic - Tara at ResearchBuzz talks about PubSub's new Community Lists, human compiled lists in various topics. SES Chicago Agenda Is Live! Map Yourself!
PubSub Community Lists. The major search engines and other specialized services offer real-time flight tracking services that show you the status of major airline flights. Yahoo, Google and Ask Jeeves offer information about where a flight is...
PubSub Today's search podcast covers updates at Google and Yahoo, developments in
book search at Google, Amazon and MSN, Google growth into new businesses, Google Base as a future database for anyone and anything, programming your TiVo via
Tara at ResearchBuzz
talks about PubSub's new Community PubSub's looking for people and more details are on the PubSub Lists, human compiled lists in various topics. There are four so far, for Law, PR, Fashion and Librarians.
Unlike e-mail programs, blogging services don't have the capability to easily detect and filter out spam, said Bob Wyman, chief technology officer at blog search and tracking service PubSub. Danny wrote an in-depth look at the "splog" issue the...
Still, the idea is good, so perhaps it will improve at PubSub or another
service (Om Malik's
forthcoming Sphere will do this. PubSub tries to solve this by picking the most authoritative blogs, but I
PubSub also talked of wanting to have more standard ways to structure
information. Web 2.0: Looking for new ideas in search is a short rundown on new entries
into the search space talking at the Web 2.0 conference this week.
Blog Buzz News: PubSub Improvements Coming, BuzzMetrics Sold - PubSub to Measure Blog Influence by Category from ClickZ says that PubSub is supposed to release a new version of its LinkRanks service, to help you find key blogs in various topics.
PubSub to Measure Blog Influence by Category. Yes, this is the long expected counterblow to Yahoo's claim last month to have outdistanced Google. However, dropping the home page count is a positive move that I think helps defuse the entire size...
PubSub to Measure PubSub is supposed to release a new version
of its LinkRanks service, to
help you find key blogs in various topics. No
news yet on the PubSub blog. Top
of my list is a hope that PubSub goes back and measures links from actual...
PubSub back in June. PubSub's got a feature that's sort of like this,
but when I last looked, I still found spam and irrelevant content getting
though. PubSub's got a feature that's sort of like this, but when I last
looked, I still found spam...
I've also found those to be a plague when I've tried
blog search as places like Technorati or PubSub. News-like clustering of news stories and blog commentary on various topics. So
far, it looks pretty clean and nice to me, well worth anyone...
I also use PubSub (not mentioned in WSJ) and while it's not a search engine like the others, this "matching engine" does a good job (and getting better) of keeping me up to date with new postings of interest.