UK government 'selling' porn links?

Tue 7 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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UK government 'selling' porn links?
A bit of a strange little news item that pops up today. The Britisch government must have been somewhat embaressed when the BBC called telling them they had a link on ...... read more

Stop that Streetview car!

Tue 7 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Stop that Streetview car!
Streetview makes a lot of people happy, mainly because it gives them a chance to look at their own street, village or town, but also because it gives them a legitamite...... read more

French are connecting online

Tue 7 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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French are connecting online
The French Internet users are mostly active using Instant Messaging. 35 million users in February 2009 were messaging each other. This is a growth of 19 percent compar...... read more

Google tests new search features...

Mon 6 Apr 2009, Dennis Sievers

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Google tests new search features and challenges Microsoft
Google is currently testing the presentation of the search results with a small number of users. Along with this both the graphical presentation as the text per search...... read more

ByeBye Twitter, hello Flutter

Mon 6 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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So we say goodbye to Twitter. The microblogging service is growing like crazy and apparently the community thought Twitter was going to be Google's next big buy. No such thing. Not only does Google have no intent in buying Twitter. Here's the competition: Flutter. The mascot is a hummingbird and no more characters than 26 are allowed, that will be fun re-fluttering, especcialy with the last name of the intern featuring in this video ;). The video is made by online magazine Slate, via.... read more

Analysts say YouTube might lose ...

Mon 6 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Analysts say YouTube might lose $470 million
The Web works in mysterious ways. Sometimes you wonder how some services keep on existing. Twitter and YouTube are two examples of the strange way the web works. A hug...... read more

Mike Grehan talks at SES New York

Fri 3 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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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 a...... read more

Our weekend reading list March 2...

Fri 3 Apr 2009, Editors

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Our weekend reading list March 28th - April 3rd
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. Because of a technical err...... read more

YouTube and Sony join forces in ...

Fri 3 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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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 i...... read more

Interview with Matthew Wood (A4U...

Fri 3 Apr 2009, Joost de Valk

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Interview with Matthew Wood (A4UExpo)
(This article was posted on Yoast.com earlier). Next month Amsterdam will see the first A4UExpo Europe, the European counterpart of the highly succesfull A4UExpo conf...... read more

Find that one job on Twitter: Tw...

Fri 3 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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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 ...... read more

Wikia search engine closes

Fri 3 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Wikia search engine closes
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 clos...... read more

Did you spot it?

Thu 2 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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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 f...... read more

Microsoft also testing icons

Thu 2 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Microsoft also testing icons
Searchengineland reports that in the US Microsoft is testing showing incons in the paid results. A user accidently bumped into the icons. Apparently they should only b...... read more

Matt McGowan about SES New York ...

Thu 2 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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Last week SES New York was a big success. On the last day Bas van den Beld interviewed organizer Matt McGowan, Vice President, Publisher at Incisive Media, about his thoughts on Search Engine Strategies New York 2009.At the end he also talks a little about a possible SES Berlin... ... read more

In Europe you have to be at SES ...

Wed 1 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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In Europe you have to be at SES London
In Europe SES London is the place to be. And if you're not there, be at SES Amsterdam. That is the conclusion we can draw from this months poll at Searchcowboys (locat...... read more

Google Suggest Goes Local

Wed 1 Apr 2009, Barry Adams

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Google Suggest Goes Local
More Google news: Google Suggest has been active for a while now, giving users search query suggestions as they're typing in the search box. Until recently this was a ...... read more

April fools: YouTube turns the w...

Wed 1 Apr 2009, Bas van den Beld

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April fools: YouTube turns the world up-side-down
It's april fools today and all around the web april fools jokes are popping up. The first one I noticed this morning was YouTube being flipped up-side-down. YouTube au...... read more

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