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SearchCap: The Day In Search, April 12, 2010

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web.

From Search Engine Land:

  • TweetUp Brings AdWords Concept To Twitter

    Bill Gross, who all but created paid search in the late 1990s when he founded GoTo.com, has launched TweetUp, an advertising ecosystem that does for Twitter search what AdWords (and other paid search platforms) does for web search. It’s not officially tied to Twitter, and will compete with Twitter’s expected ad platform (whenever it launches).
    Twitter […]

  • Do You Know The True Value Of Your Paid Search Traffic?

    In paid search the more accurately we can gauge and react to the “true value” of the traffic for each ad the better the performance of the program.

  • Steve Jobs: ‘Search Hasn’t Happened On Mobile Devices’

    In his iPhone OS 4 preview keynote last Thursday Apple CEO Steve Jobs made the following provocative (some would argue inflammatory) statement about search on mobile phones:
    On the desktop search is where it’s at; that’s where the money is. But on a mobile device search hasn’t happened. Search is not where it’s at, people are […]

  • Plink: Google Buys Another Mobile Startup

    No FTC review here: Google has acquired Plink a UK-based startup that offers specialized visual search (or augmented reality [sort of]) for art. You take a picture of an artwork or object d’art and information appears about the artist and/or the piece.
    As the site makes clear, PlinkArt was simply the first in an intended build-out […]

  • Google’s Real Time Search Results Gets “Top Links” Section

    Steve Rubel noticed Google has updated the real time search results page to include “top links” at the top right of the page. The top links appear to be the most authoritative and popular stories on the search query.
    For example, here is a picture of the real time Google results for [plane crash]:

    As you […]

  • Apple iPhone 4.0 Drops “Google” Search Button

    On Thursday, Apple announced the new software update for the iPhone, iPhone 4.0 OS. Apple junkies, including myself, have been digging into the new OS and SDK (software development kit) and one of us found that Apple removed the “Google” search button and renamed it “Search.”
    Some take this move as a bigger […]

  • SMX Advanced Seattle Rate Increases April 25

    If you’re planning on attending SMX Advanced Seattle, you should be registering now. Here a two reasons why:

    1) The Early Bird rate for SMX Advanced Seattle ends Saturday, April 24th. You save $200 on your All Access ticket!
    2) Tickets for SMX Advanced are selling faster than ever. More than 2/3 have already been sold. When they’re gone…they’re […]

  • Why Your Phone Number Is A Crucial Search Marketing Component

    Sure, keywords and content are crucial parts of any local search marketing campaign. But your humble phone number may actually be one of the most important factors that leads to local search success.

  • Paid Search & Social Media: Can They Be Friends?

    As a large-scale paid search marketer, you may believe social media marketing has little to do with your craft. After all, most marketers hold true to the notion that paid search is extremely measurable, focused on bottom-line ROI and grounded in analytics, whereas social media, including Facebook, Twitter, blogs, and viral video, is experimental, difficult […]

  • Golden Nuggets From SMX Toronto

    So, another SMX is in the books! After uncovering so many great nuggets from last year’s SMX Analytics here in Toronto, I was looking forward to this year’s content. The good news is that there were two tracks, PPC and SEO, so the chance to catch good content was very high.
    The keynote was delivered by […]

  • The Mobile Web Is Finally Here: Are You Ready?

    Is your website ready for mobile? If not, search should play a critical role in developing your mobile web strategy.

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