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SES Day Four – Phew – We’re Done

I did not forum coverage today, zero, I hope to be able to do some tomorrow. I will be taking a red eye, with my wife, tonight. We don’t arrive in New York until after 6am tomorrow, which may be later, with all this airport security stuff going on. But we did cover the sessions

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SES San Jose 06 Day Three — Tired Again

Ok, I am zonked. Just got back from a drive to San Francisco. We went out to eat, but the place was not worth the trip. It was nice going to SF with the wife. SF is a nutty place, all those hills, crazy. Posted pics at flickr. Anyway, did some search coverage today, of

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SES San Jose Day Two – Less Tired

First, it is so cool that people asked if I was still tired. I am less tired now, but I have yet to go to the Google Dance, Yisha and I leave for that in about an hour. See you there… So let’s see what I wrote today in search…. Search Engine Roundtable Topics (Pre

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PPC Economies, Fighting Click Fraud, Yahoo! Stealing Google, Eric is Shy, Google Reaches 60% Share & Reminder

Today we got a bit into the details of the economies of the PPC game, not just within one PPC engine but how Google may affect Yahoo!’s prices. We also reported on the engines joining together to fight the search engines. We looked at some reports of people saying Yahoo! is rankings sites based on

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XM Radio & Google Bird Watching, SEO Tips, Danny Who?, Vanessa Fox Cutts’, Assist Tracking, Private RSS, Ask ISBNs

Google announced a deal with serving dynamic ads on XM Radio, while the rest of Google spends time mending relationships with search marketers. Some top search engine optimizers share some of their secret SEO tips. Danny makes the spot light on USA Today. Ask releases a new smart answer feature for ISBN number searches. MSN

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Cutts Offers Answers, MSN Crawlers Named, adCenter Supports Firefox, AOL Video Portal, Google News & NOODP

Let’s start with Microsoft. MSN named their crawlers today and they issued an announcement about a new upgrade for adCenter that will be coming soon. AOL will be launching a new video portal and we have a new tool that utilizes the Yahoo link command. Now Google, we looked at weirdness between AdWords ads on