The first ever YouTube video

Tue 1 Sep 2009, Editors

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At this time there are millions of YouTube videos. Can you imagine there was ever only one? Well there was. It was a good sighting yesterday by the guys from The Next Web. They posted the first ever YouTube video. The video, which was uploaded on April 23rd 2005 (only four years ago!) shows founder Jawed Karim at the San Diego Zoo. The very short video is posted below and can still be found on YouTube. ... read more

The world is searching more (wit...

Tue 1 Sep 2009, Bas van den Beld

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The world is searching more (with Google)
Comscore yesterday announced the numbers which show that the global search market is growing. In last July we all generated more than 113 billion searches, which is an...... read more

Missed out on last Fridays newsl...

Mon 31 Aug 2009, Editors

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Missed out on last Fridays newsletter?
Every Friday we sent out a newsletter to all our registered friends. Did you miss it? Find the latest version after the read more! Be sure to subscribe if you haven't...... read more

Wikipedia shows long tail & ...

Mon 31 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Wikipedia shows long tail & search power
UK newspaper the Telegraph released an interesting list showing which pages on Wikipedia are most visited on the english version of Wikipedia. A list of this year so f...... read more

Our Daily Search Pic(k): Another...

Mon 31 Aug 2009, Editors

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Our Daily Search Pic(k): Another Google fire
Last week the UK Google Offices were on fire. The Streetview team has run into others before... Have any suggestions for our Daily Search Pic(k)? E-mail us or DM ...... read more

Google indexed Nessie?

Mon 31 Aug 2009, Editors

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Google indexed Nessie?
The origin of services like Google Earth and Streetview lies in the "20% rule" that Google employees have. When they first thought of these kind of services they proba...... read more

Italian authorities investigatin...

Mon 31 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Italian authorities investigating Google
It's the country where the origin of the maffia is located. An organization which is dominant, pushing others around and makes sure they get all the revenues. And they...... read more

Our weekend reading list - Augus...

Fri 28 Aug 2009, Editors

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Our weekend reading list - August 21st - 28th
As every week Searchcowboys informes what were the hot topics of the week, both on Searchcowboys and on other places of the world wide web. The week unvolded quitly w...... read more

Google on fire

Fri 28 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Google on fire
An interesting sight it was yesterday. The Google offices in London caught fire. Daily Telegraph reporter Jon Swaine saw it, reported it and made pictures of it.On the...... read more

Our Daily Search Pic(k): Bart Si...

Fri 28 Aug 2009, Editors

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Our Daily Search Pic(k): Bart Simpson's Google
Have any suggestions for our Daily Search Pic(k)? E-mail us or DM or message us on Twitter! ... read more

Shownotes Searchcowboys on Webma...

Fri 28 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Shownotes Searchcowboys on Webmasterradio - episode 2
We had our second live webshow this week on Webmasterradio. Bas and Roy discussed several topics and were joined by Dave Naylor to talk about the Twitter hole he disco...... read more

Follow and listen to Searchcowbo...

Thu 27 Aug 2009, Editors

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Follow and listen to Searchcowboys everywhere!
Searchcowboys is expanding rapidly. Not only are the visits to our website growing, you can find us almost everywhere on and off the web. For some its hard to keep tra...... read more

Twitter: no-follow on all links,...

Thu 27 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Twitter: no-follow on all links, security problem untouched
Last week Twitter closed a 'loophole' for SEOs to get free no-follow links to their website. Twitter added rel=nofollow to links produced by their API. That meant link...... read more

What would Google do? Go Interna...

Thu 27 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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What would Google do? Go International!
Google is probably one of the best barometers when it comes to how the world is doing. And in this case I'm not talking about Google Trends. If you look at Google you ...... read more

Our Daily Search Pic(k): Google ...

Thu 27 Aug 2009, Editors

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Our Daily Search Pic(k): Google Speedview

Yahoo Portal in UK shifts to Goo...

Thu 27 Aug 2009, Editors

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Yahoo Portal in UK shifts to Google Search
It's a remarkable move that Yahoo has made in the UK. Instead of using their new partners in crime Bing, the online portal for BT Broadband, which is run by Yahoo, rep...... read more

The danger of Google Trends: A '...

Thu 27 Aug 2009, Bas van den Beld

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The danger of Google Trends: A 'trend-bomb'
The case of George Bush being a miserable failure in Google is a well known example in the search market. It's the most famous example of a "Google bomb". Google has p...... read more

Facebook again most clicked sear...

Wed 26 Aug 2009, Editors

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Facebook again most clicked search term in the UK
That Facebook is growing is evident. The social networking site is challeging rivals like Twitter. In the UK Facebook is winning the battle when it comes to clicks fro...... read more

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