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  1. Daily SearchCast, August 23, 2006: Is Google Bad For Other Businesses? Will Brazil Close Google's Offices There? Isn't Yahoo Coupon Finder Cool? And More!

    Today's search podcast covers whether Google is too dominant over businesses? Google Bitches Day: Celebrating "victims" of the world's biggest search company, Valleywag The New York Times reports that Microsoft is to provide and sell banner ads...

  2. Daily SearchCast, August 18, 2006: Google Execs Selling Stock; Washington Post Selling Text Links; Honestly, It's Go Ogle Checkout Not Google Checkout & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Googler execs selling stock but not buying; is the Washington Post's new text links ad program for bloggers heading for problems with search engines? What is important to note is that Levi Strauss left Google...

  3. Daily SearchCast, August 17, 2006: Hot Search Blogs; GoogleTalk Gets New Features; Filing Time For Yahoo Click Fraud Settlement; Beaming Up Google Engineers & More!

    Today's search podcast covers finding search news via top search blogs; When you visit a site with Google AdSense ads, you would hardly expect the ads to trigger an auto-install prompt window to download various third party applications such as...

  4. Daily SearchCast, August 16, 2006: Cut Coupons Via Google Maps; Google Trademark Usage Letters Show Old News Is New News; MattGuy Is GoogleCutts; Why's A Farmer Dating Site Mad At Google & More!

    In part two, "today's" search podcast, we cover Google Maps getting coupons for local merchants; Google's trademark protection letters spark new controversy despite being three years old; customer satisfaction with search engines; Matt Cutts AKA

  5. Daily SearchCast, August 15, 2006: AOL Sets Off Search Privacy Crisis; Google Webmaster Central Offers Cool Tools & Support; Yahoo Expands Site Explorer; 1,000 Pizzas For Google & More!

    Today's search podcast covers AOL's release of search records and the ensuing privacy crisis that followed; Google's support for site owners enlarging into Google Webmaster Central; Yahoo's expanded Site Explorer tools; Google pushes back against...

  6. Search Headlines & Links: August 9, 2006

    Of course, the podcast is or will be live shortly. Danny Del.icou.us Gets Badges; Google Warns Of Hazardous Sites del.icou.us offering site owner info badges; Google warning users of sites that might have malware before they click to them from...

  7. Daily SearchCast, August 4, 2006: Google Hires Former Time President To Head Ad Sales; Del.icou.us Gets Badges; Google Warns Of Hazardous Sites & More!

    Today's search podcast covers a former Time Magazine editor joining Google to head ad sales; del.icou.us offering site owner info badges; Google warning users of sites that might have malware before they click to them from search results.and more!

  8. Daily SearchCast, July 27, 2006: Daily SearchCast's First Birthday!; Microsoft Hires 10,000; Baidu Cuts HP Deal; Google Ranking Changes; Google: The Musical & More!

    Today's search podcast covers the Daily SearchCast podcast celebrating its first birthday; Microsoft's record breaking army of new hires; Baidu getting on They are also finding that the Google site command search is again working on those...

  9. Daily SearchCast, July 26, 2006: Google Use Of Landing Pages For Ad Rank Raises Issues; Google Now Reporting Invalid Clicks? Google Parachute (Beta) & More!

    Today's search podcast covers issues with Google making more use of landing pages to rank ads; Google now reporting invalid clicks to advertisers; online ad spend expected to continue rising; bailing out of the Google Jet and more!

  10. Daily SearchCast, July 25, 2006: Report Says Google's Click Fraud Practices "Reasonable;" Few Opposed Proposed Google Click Fraud Settlement; Tracking Packages Via Search; Getting Real-Time Traffic

    Today's search podcast covers an independent report finding Google's click fraud practices to be "reasonable," few object to Google's proposed click fraud settlement; Google's "wow" versus Yahoo's "consistency" in terms of product development...

  11. Daily SearchCast, July 20, 2006: Amnesty International Raps Search Engines On Censorship; Currency Exchange Rates In Google AdWords Kept Secret; Microsoft To Allow More Search Default Choice & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Amnesty International calling on searchers to lobby Google, Yahoo and Microsoft to stop censoring in China; Microsoft to allow manufacturers more choice in search defaults; why does Google consider exchange rates...

  12. Daily SearchCast, July 19, 2006: Yahoo Stock Drops On Panama Ad System Delay; Google Finance Gets Conference Call Transcripts; Yahoo Gets House Pricing Data; A Semantic Web Smackdown? & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Yahoo's stock dropping on delays with its new ad system; keyword prices dropping; Google Finance getting cool conference call transcript links; Yahoo makes it easy to learn your house's worth; a semantic web...

  13. Daily SearchCast, July 18, 2006: Google Maps Jump Into Regular Google; Avast Ye Click Pirates; Google: "We Are Idiots;" Yahoo's New Home Page, Finance & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Google Maps getting mixed into regular Google; ahoy, matey, here come the click pirates to rob from the rich advertisers and give to, well, the pirates; Eric Schmidt admits to Google idiocy [but does he really...

  14. Daily SearchCast, July 14, 2006: Judge Decides Google Can Rank Pages As It Pleases; Google Lets You Just Say No To ODP Descriptions; Microsoft An Enterprise Search Player? & More!

    Today's search podcast covers KinderStart's loss in a lawsuit over search rankings; Google allowing webmasters to prevent Open Directory descriptions from being used for their pages; Microsoft's pot show at Google coming into

  15. Daily SearchCast, July 13, 2006: SES Latino; Yahoo's Expansion To US Hispanic Sites; Google Does Radio Ads Survey & More!

    Today's search podcast covers the SES Latino show that just concluded in A search brought up a site named Realityunlocked.com, "which offered a free download of an earlier draft of the book, and that the site violated the Trust's copyright.

  16. Daily SearchCast, July 7, 2006: Business.com's Nofollow On Non-Paid Links; Buying Links The W3C Way; Stephen Hawking On Yahoo Answers; A California King Bed For Google Force One & More!

    Today's search podcast covers Business.com putting nofollow on non-paid links; buying links via the W3C; Dr. Aaron Wall discusses how the use of the nofollow in this sense "muddies their credibility," by saying, we have links on our web site...