Pilgrim’s Picks for July 10




If you’re anywhere close to Charlotte, there’s still space for my talk on Online Reputation Management this evening.

Back to the news. Yahoo’s having a big news day:

  • http://www.seroundtable.com Barry Schwartz

    The Click Forensics is more about the tool they built named Fran. That is the new part.

    Barry Schwartz’s last blog post..Google Trends Displays Swastika

  • http://www.marketingpilgrim.com Andy Beal

    @Barry – sorry, I couldn’t find my “sarcastic” question mark on my keyboard, when asking that question. ;-)

  • http://www.seroundtable.com Barry Schwartz

    ah, fell for it

    Barry Schwartz’s last blog post..Google Trends Displays Swastika

  • http://www.mbwebdesign.co.uk MB Web Design

    I guess I’m going to have to be the wise guy who points out it’s July not June. Long day at the office Andy ;}

  • http://www.lsdfjl.com dklf

    The Click Forensics is more about the tool they built named Fran. That is the new part.
    Barry Schwartz’s last blog post..Google Trends Displays Swastika

  • http://www.futurefactory-software.com Warenwirtschaft

    Regarding the “anchor text link”-patent of yahoo i wonder how they can prevent that other search engines use this methode. Google obviously does, but of course they keep their real algorithm a secret. So how does yahoo prove that they are using it. I think it is a useless patent. (as most software patents are)

  • http://www.bmgsurvey.com/ Travel Point

    The patent will not stand the test of law.

    Travel Point’s last blog post..The Samba of Brazil