Daily SearchCast, Sept. 27, 2005: Google Claim To Be Most Comprehensive But Backing Away From Counts, Searchers Loving The First Result, Detecting Phishing Sites, Search Spending On The Rise, Google’s New Remove Feature & More!

Today’s search podcast covers Google’s claim to be most comprehensive but
dropping index size as proof of that, plus Google’s second birthday this month,
Google talking to CNET again, searchers loving to click on the first result,
ways to detect phishing sites, search spending continuing to rise, Google and
Yahoo making programming moves, how to remove results you don’t like from Google
and Yahoo and more!

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