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  1. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Ralph Lauren Corp. Bose Corp. The fact that a law like SOPA or PIPA can be fast-tracked with no mention on the nightly news, no debate, in closed sessions Yahoo Google Google Chris Dodd went off on Google, Wikipedia and others in a demonstration of...

  2. Social network search terms top Hitwise list for 4th straight year

    News Corp.digital chief: MySpace 'kind of stopped' (news.cnet.com) MySpace terms accounted for 1.02 percent, Yahoo terms accounted for 0.95 percent, Google terms accounted for 0.63 percent, and Craigslist terms accounted for 0.62 percent.

  3. SearchDay | Do You Know Where Your Audience Is?

    Former Facebook Exec Tapped as MySpace CEO Posted by Nathania Johnson Apr 28, 2009 After much speculation, it was finally confirmed that News Corp has hired Owen Van Netta, former chief revenue officer and vp of operations at Facebook, as the new...

  4. SearchDay | Keywords and Site Architecture

    ABCSearch Acquires and Rebrands as Advertise.com Posted by Nathania Johnson Apr 24, 2009 Privately-held paid search company ABCSearch, Internext Media Corp.company, has acquired Advertise.com. News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

  5. SearchDay | High-Value Link Building is Hard Work

    Advertising to Cretins Expected To Drop in 2009 Posted by Frank Watson Dec 3, 2008 While the News Corp founder's biographer Michael Wolff may think Rupert Murdoch's MySpace users are "cretins", the company's CEO Chris DeWolfe believes profits will...

  6. SearchDay | Landing Pages and the Decision-Making Process

    Internet searches last month while Microsoft Corp.lost market share, according to researcher ComScore Inc. Yahoo Gains Search Share While Microsoft and Google Drop Posted by Frank Watson Oct 29, 2008 Bloomberg News reports the monthly search...

  7. Yahoo Rejects Microsoft: Worst Decision Ever?

    Speculation is swirling that the Redmond, Wash.software titan could be considering acquiring big Internet properties, such as Time Warner's AOL unit and News Corp.s MySpace social network, to gain a stronger foothold in search advertising and...