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July 14, 2005

Pixsy: Image Search Engine

According to Search Engine Watch, there is a new image search engine named Pixsy. It provides access to images which ordinarily would not be found by other search engines; it searches for images in blogs, mobile blogs, social networking services, and other websites. This is a great find if you are interested in image searches […]

July 13, 2005

Search Characteristics of Americans

According to Chris Sherman of Search Engine Watch, more than 50% of people search on the Internet when they go online. This finding comes from a study done by icrossing–they interviewed 2,100 adults concerning their Internet searching tendencies. So, what were people searching for? The study revealed the following: 88% said they were searching for […]

July 12, 2005

Google to Buy Largest Chinese Search Engine?

According to Marketing Vox, there are rumors circulating that Google intends to purchase Baidu, the largest Chinese search engine. Eric Schmidt, CEO of Google, was in Beijing recently meeting with officials of Baidu. Baidu is expected to go public late this Summer and will be listed on the Nasdaq.

July 11, 2005

Clear Channel and Yahoo Team Up

According to Marketing Vox, Clear Channel is going to start promoting their concerts on Yahoo. They plan to use demographic information from Yahoo’s users to update people about local concert information. Concert information can be tailored to a specific person’s musical tastes as provided by Yahoo Music. Then, if that artist happens to be in […]

July 7, 2005

Does Grammar Affect your Ranking?

According to Rusty Brick from Search Engine Roundtable, poor grammar in title tags does not affect your rankings. There have been questions as to whether poorly constructed title tags are to blame for drops in rankings but according to Yahoo, such is not the case (at least for Yahoo). Rusty states that many title tags […]

July 6, 2005

Q & A with MSN Search Development Team

Just a quick post this morning to let you know that MSN’s Search Development Team is having a Q & A at the SEO chat forums. You can ask them questions and they will be answering them over the next 2-3 weeks. Here are some sample questions: Personalization is a big buzz-word in the search […]

July 5, 2005

Google Wins in Click Fraud Case

Last week I wrote about a lawsuit filed against Google for Click Fraud; in today’s news, Google has filed its own lawsuit in the name of click fraud and has won. The news comes from Inside Google. The company that Google sued was one of its adsense partners called Auction Experts. Google accused them of […]

July 1, 2005

AOL Jumps on the Video Search Band Wagon

Google made news recently after releasing their Video Search product and AOL was not far behind. According to Gary Price of Search Engine Watch, AOL has recently released their own form of video search (still in beta). The AOL version of video search allows you to access two databases of video content some of which […]

June 30, 2005

Google is not doing enough for Fraudulent Clicks

According to Red Herring, Google is not providing enough protection against fraudulent clicks through its pay-per-click advertising. As a result, Google is being sued by a pay-per-click analysis firm called Click Defense. This is not the first time that the search engines have dealt with lawsuits on the basis of fraudulent click practices. In February, […]

June 29, 2005

How Much of the Web is Indexed?

So, how big is the web anyway? According to Danny Sullivan, 11.5 billion web pages have been indexed. This statistic comes from a paper written by Antonio Gulli and Alessio Signorinialso and also includes other statistics such as: Google has an 8 billion page index Yahoo has 6.6 billion pages MSN has 5.1 billion pages. […]

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