Google Unveils New Look for Service "Google Inc. has fine-tuned its popular online search engine with a new look designed to boost its Froogle shopping service and alert users to previously unheralded tools for getting sharper results."
Tuesday, March 30, 2004
Monday, March 22, 2004
Google Press Center: Zeitgeist: "Google Zeitgeist - Search patterns, trends, and surprises according to Google " If you like to keep up on the latest trends you'll enjoy this research page provided by Google that shows what people are searching for around the world. It's updated monthly and weekly and sometimes daily too. Interesting.
Tuesday, March 16, 2004
Pay Per Click- PPC search engines - tips and resourcesGood article on how to use Pay Per Click Search Engines, what to look for, phrases to use, even some free credits at some of the PPC sites themselves for those opening new accounts.
Saturday, March 13, 2004
"Keyword Suggestion Tool List related keyword phrases from Google™ and Overture™ with number of searches conducted. Number of Pages related to that given keyword or phrase in Major Search Engines like Altavista™, Yahoo™, MSN™, AllTheWeb™, AOL™, Teoma™ etc." Also see the top 5 ranking websites for that keyphrase and even evaluate their meta tags. Nice Free Tool
Tuesday, March 9, 2004
bruceclay.com - Search Engine Relationship Chart (tm)When it comes to search engines it's hard to keep track of who's feeding who. Bruce offers this great Flash chart that gives you a visual of who has a relationship with whom. Just hover over any search engine to see who feeds them. Nice.
Saturday, March 6, 2004
Google Adwords: Keyword Suggestions If you use Pay Per Click search engines, and you should be, you'll need tools to generate a good list of key phrases to use in your campaigns. Google's Suggestion tool works nicely.
Tuesday, March 2, 2004
Overture - Site Match Yahoo Launches New Paid Inclusion Program, Site Match with Overture. "Submit your URLs for review and pay an annual fee for quality review of your submitted pages. Once reviewed and accepted into the program, your pages are added to a database of sites that powers search results for major web portals such as Yahoo!, Alta Vista, AlltheWeb and others."