MySpace is looking for a search engine partner.
Google Video adds an easy option for posting videos to MySpace.
Coincidence or strategy? You decide.
Thanks to Mike Mora for the tip.
Google’s beefing-up its relationship with the auto industry by hiring one of their own.
Google has appointed Bonita Stewart as director of the automotive vertical at Google. Stewart is responsible for leading a national team that develops and manages Google’s relationships with automotive marketers.
Stewart joins Google from DaimlerChrysler where she was director of Chrysler Group Interactive Communications.
“I’m excited to bring my interactive experience with a major auto brand to Google,” said Bonita Stewart in a statement.
Every once in a while a new client will come to Fortune Interactive with a banned or penalized website in Yahoo. Here are the steps that need to be taken to get your site re-indexed. Just to give you a heads up, this process may appear short on paper, but actually takes a lot of work and it may take months for your site to start ranking again in Yahoo.
Why were you penalized? Read Yahooâ€™s editorial guidelines. Go through it line by line and check your site for anything and everything that could be causing the issue. Were you using another SEO company that was using improper practices that you may not know about? Did your web developer/designer feel it would be a good idea to add text the same color as your background? Do you have multiple sites with duplicate content or massive crosslinking issues? As the site owner, you may not even know these practices are going on.
Techblog reports Google has added three new features to Google Talk, its instant messenger product.
A new file transfer option is now available, as is voicemail.
The third addition – is more whimsical, hence the 2 1/2 new features – it lets you show which music you are currently listening to.
MarketWatch brings word that an Arkansas state judge had give the final approval for the $90 million click fraud settlement.
By approving the settlement Thursday, Miller County Judge Joe Griffin effectively ends Google’s participation in the class-action lawsuit, which was filed by two Arkansas businesses and Internet advertisers Lane’s Gifts and Collectibles and Caulfield Investigations in February 2005.
But it won’t necessarily end the case, which has ballooned in scope into a class action and represents tens of thousands of Google advertisers. The settlement’s being contested in another lawsuit filed in California that’s still pending.
I’ll be at the Googleplex in a few weeks, I’ll let you know if I see champagne!
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