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  1. Weekly Rundown: Lost Google Image Search Traffic, Facebook Search Ads & More

    Windows 8 App Refresh – Bing Search BlogBing News app is now customizable, offers offline reading, and supports RSS; Bing Maps now has "improved driving, transit and walking directions, as well as up-to-the minute traffic incidents notifications...

  2. SearchDay | Would You Endorse this Web Site?

    Google Adds "My Location" Search Feature to Windows Mobile Devices Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 12, 2008 Google has added the ability to search by a user's location to mobile search on select Windows Mobile devices.

  3. SearchDay | Domain Acquisition -- How Much is Too Much?

    Live Search and Windows Live Toolbar Now Offer Translation Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 9, 2008 Microsoft's Live Search now offers translation, powered by Microsoft Translator technology. Additionally, the Windows Live Toolbar and Internet...

  4. SearchDay: Conducting a Redirect Audit on Your Web Site

    Web Developers Rate Microsoft/Windows Live Over Google, YahooPosted by Nathania JohnsonSearchers may prefer Google, but when it comes to developing so-called Web 2.0 sites, web developers rated Microsoft/Windows Live the best, according to a...

  5. Highlights from the SEW Blog: April 14-18, 2008

    Windows Live Search Offers Google News AlternativeWindows Live Search has added a News component, with a meme-tracker design employed for the front page of the news section. Linking Issues Includes Street ViewLess than a week after Microsoft...

  6. Small Business SEM Takeaways from SES NY

    The end product is much nicer than whatever you've tried to put together with Windows Movie Maker. You're basically limited to using the video within their platform due to copyright issues with the stock photography, but they will push the end...

  7. Is Twitter the New Google Alternative?

    When searchers can't find something on Google, they might turn to another search engine like Yahoo, Windows Live or Ask. Clark was looking for was direction on which product to choose. I'm] not sure any other search engine would have either.