Posts Tagged ‘Yahoo’
Yahoo! has just a new keyword research tool called Yahoo! Clues. Unlike Google Trends and Google Insights for Search, Clues attaches demographic data to keywords. Very cool.Read More
Shaping Opinions Through Search: Gulf Oil Spill Crisis Communications
In this screencast, David Erickson of the e-Strategy Internet Marketing Blog, examines search results pages at Bing, Yahoo!, and Google for a search for “Gulf Oil Spill” and looks at organizations that are running search engine marketing (SEM) campaigns to gain visibility for their point of view within the search results pages in response to Beyond Petroleum’s (BP) Deepwater Horizon oil rig disaster.Read More
Rogers, Minnesota Vanishes
Reports posted at Search Engine Roundtable yesterday say that the city of Rogers, Minnesota has literally disappeared from the map. Google Maps, that is.Read More
Holiday Search Trends From Yahoo!
Yahoo! Search trends with Broll, 12/18/09.Read More
Yahoo! & Me
When I stop to think about it, I’ve interacted with a Yahoo! brand probably nearly daily since 1995. That’s about 15 years of constant exposure and that’s pretty amazing.Read More
On Your Mark, Get Set, We're Riding The Internet!
An amusing educational video about this amazing new thing called the Internet.Read More
"Man On The Street" Reactions To The Microsoft-Yahoo Search Deal
UPI interviews anonymous people on the street in an anonymous city for their reaction to the Microsoft-Yahoo deal.Read More
Yahoo! Messenger Thinks I'm German!
Yahoo! Messenger thinks I’m German: Screenshot of German language Yahoo! Messenger news window.Read More
Yahoo Search Pad Launches
Yahoo has rolled Search Pad out of beta, a service that makes it easy for you to take notes about sites during your online research.Read More
Jeff Jarvis Discusses Brands' Use Of The Social Web
Jeff Jarvis, blogger and author of What Would Google Do?, discusses brands’ use of the social Web at the Columbia Business School.Read More