Highlights from the SEW Blog: September 10-14, 2007

We’ve collected all the search marketing news from selected posts to the Search Engine Watch blog in the past week, along with recent search-related headlines from around the Web.

From the SEW blog:

Organic Search

Search Advertising

Linking Issues & Social Media

Local & Mobile Search

Vertical & Specialty Search

Small Business/Big Brand SEM

In-House & Outsourcing

SEM Industry Issues

Searching/Search Technologies

  • Popcorn Search Disappoints
    The popcorn lung news has been water-cooler talk around here recently. Of course, I wanted to learn more and entered “popcorn” as my search term. The results were not particularly interesting or relevant to me.
  • Google Reader Not Yet in Universal Search
    A leaked internal Google video shows that there is no plan to integrate Google Reader with Universal Search.
  • Australian Watchdog Suing Google Gets Judicial Criticism
    The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission was told its legal briefs were unclear and were ordered to submit summaries of their main allegations by the Australian judge overseeing the case.
  • Overhaul, or Tune-Up at Yahoo?
    According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, the “major overhaul” in progress by returning CEO Jerry Yang may turn out to be less than major after all.

More from the SEW Blog

  • SEW Blog Ranks #3 in AdAge Power 150
    Allow me to toot our horn for a moment. Search Engine Watch has been ranked #3 in the AdAge Power 150, a ranking of the top English-language media and marketing blogs in the world.
  • Google.org investing in plug-in hybrids
    Google’s philanthropic arm, Google.org, has issued a call for investment proposals. Specifically, they are looking for entrepreneurs to propose ways to develop plug-in hybrid vehicles.

Search Headlines

We report the top search marketing news daily at the Search Engine Watch Blog. You’ll find more news from around the Web below.

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