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SearchCap: The Day In Search, April 4, 2007

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

From Search Engine Land:

  • Q&A With
    Garrett Camp, Founder & Chief Architect, StumbleUpon

    Search engines are great tools to help you find things you suspect exist on
    the web, but they leave a lot to be desired when it comes to discovering the
    unexpected or unknown. Sure, you may find something really cool after doing
    the result-page/back-button tango for a while, but…
  • Four Steps To
    Better Business Leads From Search

    So you got a click on your PPC ad. Now what do you do? The job of the B2B
    search marketer is only beginning when a prospect clicks. As MarketingSherpa
    points out, the decision to click is microscopically unimportant compared to
    all the things you are asking from a…
  • Thailand Blocks
    YouTube Over Video Insult To King

    First Brazil blocked YouTube over a celebrity sex video. Then Turkey blocked
    YouTube over a video said to be insulting to country founder Mustafa Kemal
    Ataturk. Now it’s Thailand’s turn. YouTube is now blocked in Thailand after
    the service apparently failed to remove a video clip deemed insulting to
  • Google Desktop
    Now Out For Mac

    Want Google Desktop for the Mac? More than two years after it was released for
    the PC, it’s finally available for the Mac, says Google. And here’s what Mac
    folks are saying about it on Techmeme….
  • Zillow Adds New
    Community Features

    Property search site Zillow is helping to lead a wave of innovation and
    development in the real estate vertical. This morning the site announced a
    range of new features including "Home Q&A," which allows people to ask
    questions about properties and neighborhoods, and "EZ Ads," which allows
    agents and others…
  • Tips On Knowing
    Whom & What To Trust

    I’m an avid reader of Aaron Wall at SEO Book, because he always has great
    insight. Questioning the Legitimacy and Authenticity of Internet Marketing
    Advice & Sources from Aaron out today is an especially good read that I’d
    recommend to anyone trying to understand what to trust, and what not,…
  • Google Book
    Search And Libraries: An Overview

    Via Google Librarian Central, Information Today has an informative overview
    called Google book search, libraries and their digital copies. It is written
    from the perspective of librarians Jill Grogg and Beth Ashmore. The entire
    article is worth reading, but I think it’s also worth highlighting a few of
    the important…
  • Google Website
    Optimizer Now Available, But Is It Cloaking?

    Google Website Optimizer, a tool that allows you to easily test different page
    layouts, is now available to anyone with an AdWords account. Previously, it
    had been out in limited beta since last October. It remains unclear whether
    using the tool would be considered cloaking, which is against Google’s
  • Call For Search
    Engine Land Columnists

    If you’ve been a regular here at Search Engine Land, you know we’ve launched a
    bunch of columns over the past month or so. We have more in the works, and if
    you’d like to be considered as a potential contributor, read on. Specifically,
    I’m looking for columnists who are…
  • Follow Search
    Engine Land On Twitter

    Want to get updated about news from Search Engine Land via Twitter? We have an
    account there, sengineland. Why not searchengineland? Too long a username,
    sadly. Anyway, visit that page, and if you’re logged in, use the "add
    sengineland" link in the white "Actions" box on the right-hand side of…

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