January 06, 2008

Around The Search Engines Jan 06 2008

Here we go with yet another round of Around The Search Engines. This one's brief as the weekends are a little slow when it comes to news.

7 Reasons you Should be Advertising on Blogs - Advertise Space

Good bang for your buck: Most bloggers are part time and or just do it for a hobby, so any income is usually good income. You can get on some great blogs for as low as $50 or $100 a month and even some massive ones for as low as $500 - $1000. Try getting on Yahoo or MSN for $100. See if they return your email.

What one thing did you do on your blog in 2007 that improved it the most? - The Last Answers - ProBlogger

Over the last week I’ve run a 1 Question Interview Series here at ProBlogger. There have been some great responses (links to the full series are listed at the bottom of this post) but it’s not over yet. Today I want to post the last two responses (actually there might be one more to come in I’m told).

Mahalo Adds More Social Features - Search Engine Land

Mahalo has just launched several new features that entwine the human-powered search engine even further into social networking and online community building. The Mahalo Follow toolbar now enables you to post links to Delicious, Ma.gnolia, and Mahalo Social, and Twitter with the click of one button. The sidebar now displays quick tips when you're on sites like Twitter and Gmail.

Magellan to provide local listings from Google - ZDNet

Google and Magellan are working together on the new Maestro Elite 5350+GPRS. The new device will let users view local business listings from Google while on the road. This is the first GPS device that lets users search for events, businesses and services according to the two companies.

Will We Ever See Google Personal Ads? - SEO By The Sea

There’s a potentially huge untapped advertising market on the Web involving personal ads that point people to the profile pages of advertisers who might want a little more attention for their personal pages.

That's all for today.

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