Friday, October 15, 2004

What the Future of Search May Look Like!

A new meta-search engine Clusty may be the next evolution of search on the web. The web may soon give multi-channeled results for keyword searches. Notice how Google and Yahoo are expanding into local search, shopping search, news search, and soon blog search. Clusty is a search engine that gives you different channels or clusters of information tabs on your search engine keyword phrases. Give it a spin at: Clusty.com

MSN beta to Release Search Bar in Instant Messenger

MSN is positioning itself to dominate with its new search technology by putting a search bar in its Instant Messenger. Instant Messenger or IM is a very popular technology especially with young people, geeks, and corporate staffs. IM is certainly one of the web's killer apps. If MSN can launch a good marketing campaign with its IM technology this can really jumpstart their search engine business. Let's keep our eyes on this move.

MSN beta to Release Search Bar in Instant Messenger

MSN is positioning itself to dominate with its new search technology by putting a search bar in its Instant Messenger. Instant Messenger or IM is a very popular technology especially with young people, geeks, and corporate staffs. IM is certainly one of the web's killer apps. If MSN can launch a good marketing campaign with its IM technology this can really jumpstart their search engine business. Let's keep our eyes on this move.

PPC Search Engine Findwhat Creates Revenue Sharing Program similar to Adsense!

I always want to provide ideas for web masters to make more money on their sites. Findwhat, the 3rd most popular PPC after (Google and Overture), gets into the advertiser affiliate game with Ad Revenue Express. If you are looking for a way to make additional income on your site Ad Revenue may be something to consider (especially if you have been turned down by Google because of your traffic or lack of content). Read more about Ad Revenue Express by: Clicking Here