I am tired… Looks like my VW post is now on Digg home page. Ok, back to search stuff…

AdWords works as text and keyword ads. Microsoft was caught using Intellitxt to promote Live.com. Google Blog search results were found in Google Search. Are XML sitemaps used for scraping. Google News added new sorting option. YouTube offers revenue share and still has legal woes. Google Docs adds features. Do you use Google Web History? Are link exchanges still working? If so, how about directories? Google launched Gadget Ads. Schmidt interview McCain. Which web analytics package is right for you?

Search Engine Roundtable Topics:

  1. Back To Your Roots: The Google Ads That Work The Best
  2. Microsoft Using Intellitxt To Promote Live.com Search
  3. Google Testing Blog Search Results In Google.com
  4. Are XML Sitemaps Files a Welcoming Door in for Scrapers?
  5. Google News Adds New Sorting Option
  6. Google AdWords Ad Missing Title in Sponsored Results
  7. YouTube to Offer Revenue Sharing with Popular Content Producers
  8. Four New Features for Google Docs Announced
  9. Are You Using Google Web History?
  10. Google Hell? The Efficiency of Link Exchanges
  11. Are Directories Useful for Search Engine Optimization? Which are Ideal?

Search Engine Land Topics:

  1. Google Launches “Gadget Ads” Beta
  2. Google’s Schmidt Interviews Senator John McCain
  3. More YouTube Woes
  4. Detailed Comparison & Review Of Web Analytics Software Underway

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