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SearchCap: The Day In Search, June 24, 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:

  • 8 Easy Ways To Monitor The SEO Your Competition Is Doing

    If you’re a marketer and you’re currently tied up with other initiatives (campaigns, new site launch, etc.), or a search professional bogged down with doing keyword research, a technical audit, or staying up with the latest trends, remember to come up for air every now and then (at least once a month if not more) […]

  • Bing & Yahoo Prompting iPhone Users To Switch Search Engines

    We knew that Bing was added as an option in the default search engines used on the new Apple iPhone iOS4. But if you try to searching on either Bing or Yahoo when your default search provider is Google, both will prompt you to switch to their own search engine.
    Not only will you be […]

  • Twitter Helps You Find More Friends Via LinkedIn & Facebook

    Twitter announced two new ways to find new friends on Twitter. Twitter added to the find friends section, a LinkedIn and Facebook tab to allow you to connect with your LinkedIn connections via Twitter and friends on Facebook.
    The only issue is that as soon as Twitter announced this feature, the Facebook connection tool was […]

  • WhitePages.com Debuts Local Biz Search, Goes After Google

    Not long ago WhitePages.com quietly introduced its own local business search. The site, the original “people search” engine, has always offered “yellow pages” listings but now the company has built its own database in the background. Accordingly, WhitePages claims its data are more accurate than you’ll find on search engines and Google in particular.
    The company […]

  • Two Advanced Tactics For PPC Copywriting

    I received some great tips from SEM pros after my last two posts regarding paid search copywriting (The Left Brain Of Paid Search Ads: Parameters & Limitations and The Right Brain Of Paid Search Ads: Tips & Tricks For Creative Ad Copywriting). For example, one person offered the great tip to use a question […]

  • Bing It? “Bring It,” Says Google

    I got a chuckle out of this on Google. Do a search for bing it, and Google comes back with a suggestion of “bring it.” Is Google telling Bing to bring it on?
    It’s all automated, of course. This is just Google’s spelling correction kicking in. Many more people are likely typing in “bring it” than […]

Search News From Around The Web:

Applications & Portal Features

Business Issues

Link Building

Paid Search & Contextual



Social Media

Video, Music & Image Search

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