Mike Grehan talks at SES New York

Fri 3 April 2009 21:35, Bas van den Beld

Mike Grehan talks at SES New York

At SES New York Bas van den Beld had a chance to talk to Mike Grehan, Global KDM Officer at Acronym Media and member of the advisiory board at SES.

It was a nice talk about all areas of search, from the conference agenda to the use of Twitter, all subjects were talked about. Below you can find a video with the main topics discussed. A nice video to sit back and look during the weekend.... read more



YouTube and Sony join forces in Interest based advertising

Fri 3 April 2009 16:01, Bas van den Beld

YouTube and Sony join forces in Interest based advertising

Only a couple of weeks ago Google announced it would be using YouTube for introduction of a 'new' way of looking at contextual display ads. Today Google shows us how it works. Together with Sony YouTube has set up a 2 months during campaign.

The campaign will be run in nine countries at the same time: UK, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Poland, Russia and Sweden. It will consist of multiple homepage take overs, brandchannels and InVideo Ads.... read more



Find that one job on Twitter: Twitterjobsearch

Fri 3 April 2009 12:05, Bas van den Beld

Find that one job on Twitter: Twitterjobsearch

Everybody wants a piece of Twitter. There are many tools to help you use Twitter or optimize your marketing strategy with it. Hell, Guy Kawasaki makes a living out of it ;).

British UK jobs search engine Workhound must have thought they could do just as well and developed a search engine with which you can search trough Twitter to find that perfect job: TwitterJobSearch.com. The way to find a search engine marketing job in Europe? Let's test it.... read more



Wikia search engine closes

Fri 3 April 2009 09:45, Bas van den Beld

And there goes another 'Google killer'. It was supposed to be the user generated search engine which would provide us with transparency and human touch. But Wikia closes.

The user suggested search results never really got popular though. It couldn't live up to the reputation it had gotten from its owner, Wikipedia-founder Jimmy Wales.

Wales says that the economy is one of the reasons the search engine is stopping. He wants to be profitable and with the usage numbers of Wikia that doesn't seem to be possible. The two employees Wales has therefore will be losing their jobs.... read more

Wikia search engine closes


Did you spot it?

Thu 2 April 2009 17:23, Bas van den Beld

Did you spot it?

The internet is big, really big. And sometimes you run into those little things that give us a hint of what's coming.

The first sighting of Universal Search, Google favicons in search results, Microsoft testing their icons, you name it. All things we want to know!

Did you spot anything? Did you find that one thing we all should know? Let us know! We'll let you tell it to the bigger public and give you the credits (off course!).

Have you found any interesting item, let us know by e-mailing us at webmaster@searchcowboys.com or DM us at twitter.com/searchcowboys. Be sure to mail us you're blog url for the credits ;).



Microsoft also testing icons

Thu 2 April 2009 12:50, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Matt McGowan about SES New York 2009

Thu 2 April 2009 10:53, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

In Europe you have to be at SES London

Wed 1 April 2009 17:40, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

April fools: YouTube turns the world up-side-down

Wed 1 April 2009 11:31, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

New YouTube features

Wed 1 April 2009 09:18, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Tweet searchresults with Searchme

Tue 31 March 2009 15:56, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

New blogsearch algorithm ignores blogroll

Tue 31 March 2009 12:49, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

EU investigates consumer profiling

Tue 31 March 2009 09:44, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Google updates Insights for search

Mon 30 March 2009 17:00, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Yahoo brings Inquisitor to iPhone

Mon 30 March 2009 14:43, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Looking at SES New York - day 3

Thu 26 March 2009 22:46, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

SES New York: Blogging for Business

Thu 26 March 2009 21:48, Bas van den Beld, 3 comments

SES New York: Improve SEO Through Blogs & Feeds

Thu 26 March 2009 20:36, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

SES New York keynote: John Gerzema

Thu 26 March 2009 19:52, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Looking at SES New York - day 2

Wed 25 March 2009 21:43, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Previewing the New Adwords Interface

Wed 25 March 2009 16:38, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

Extreme makeover: Conversion Edition

Wed 25 March 2009 15:30, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Looking at SES New York

Tue 24 March 2009 22:20, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Key Points in launching a global website

Tue 24 March 2009 17:52, Bas van den Beld, 2 comments

Opening keynote SES New York: Guy Kawasaki

Tue 24 March 2009 15:43, Bas van den Beld, 3 comments

Searching electronics? Probably a mobile

Mon 23 March 2009 09:51, Bas van den Beld, 1 comment

EPA content available in Google News

Fri 20 March 2009 11:30, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Henk van Ess about SES and the long tail

Fri 20 March 2009 10:06, Bas van den Beld, 2 comments

Watch videos and see images within your GMail

Thu 19 March 2009 17:10, Bas van den Beld, 0 comments

Streetview now in UK and Holland

Thu 19 March 2009 11:49, Bas van den Beld, 2 comments

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