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Danny Sullivan Keynoting PubCon

This will surely get tongues wagging, Danny Sullivan has announced he will be keynoting WebmasterWorld’s PubCon conference in Las Vegas – the same conference that competes with Search Engine Strategies.

Yahoo Taps Vapps For Yaps

Users of Yahoo Messenger with Voice can download the ConFreeCall plug-in for their clients and run conference calls with up to 500 participants. The free service provides several call management and moderator controls for those calls.

Danny Sullivan Leaving SEW – Update

Wow, I hope you’ve had your coffee this morning, cos this news is a shocker.

Danny Sullivan Speaks On Incisive Move

News of the search expert’s departure from the website and conference most strongly identified with him has the search engine community buzzing with commentary.

Danny Sullivan Leaving SEW And SES

Money appears to be the big factor, as Sullivan cited on his personal blog that “I needed some long-term incentive for helping (Incisive Media) continue to grow and strengthen the site and conferences.”

Danny Sullivan Leaving Search Engine Watch

Wow, I hope you’ve had your coffee this morning, cos this news is a shocker.

Live from the GooglePlex: Sullivan and Cutts

Next week there will be a “must listen” SEO Rockstars and Daily SearchCast show on WebmasterRadio.fm.

Microsoft Gets Niall Kennedy

Microsoft’s Windows Live unit has picked up a “name”: Niall Kennedy, well-known for his work at Technorati, will be helping shape the feed syndication platform used by Windows Live.

Danny Comments on My Ego (Search)

Danny Sullivan comments on my ego search. He’s the world’s search authority (runs the most popular Search Engine Web site and conference series).

Danny Sullivan Puts Alan Meckler in His Place

Over the years, we’ve seen JupiterMedia try to closely integrate JupiterResearch with Search Engine Strategies.

Memorandum Launches Gossip Digger

One of the top resources we listed in our online reputation monitoring guide was Memorandum (which includes the excellent tech.memorandum).

SES NY: Thinking about the Future

I was in the ‘Search Pundits’ session this morning here at Search Engine Strategies in New York. Basically, you had Robert Scoble, Matt Cutts, Jeremy Zawodny, Zia Daniell Wigder and David Vise sitting up front with Danny Sullivan moderating questions from the audience.

Danny Wants Better RSS in his SPOT Watch

I’m writing to you from a bus heading toward Manhattan. I love my Verizon card. It’s like having wifi EVERYWHERE!

Danny Sullivan Good Humor

Danny lays down the vocals, in this tryout for American idol promotion for WebmasterRadio.fm. Absolutely hilarious!

The Subpoena Thing: Gov’t Keyword Research

It’s time to say a few words about why the government’s request for search query data bothers me. As he so often does, Danny summarizes a controversy nicely.

Im Pushing for More Transparency, Heres Why

You only need to watch the PR (by Nathan Weinberg on the Inside Microsoft blog) that Microsoft received over the past week to understand that more transparency would be a good thing.

Comparing Spam Filters

Danny Sullivan of Search Engine Watch has been running a quantitative comparison of the spam filtering capabilities of Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, and SpamCop.

Podzinger Voice Recognition / Daily Roundup

Haven’t test-driven it yet, but reviewing product features, it looks like PodZinger’s ability to use voice recognition to help users search for podcasts is state of the art.

Microsoft Bashes Google

Danny and Gary manage to cover much the same topic via two separate posts. ;-)

Danny Sullivan Cutts Up

SES Chicago conference attendees enjoyed the give and take at the question and answer session, where search expert Danny Sullivan led an enjoyable and spirited group in discussing the world of search.

Google Sitemaps Thinks You Own eBay

File this one under “Oops.” A security flaw with Google’s new Sitemaps service has been dug up that allows anyone to “claim ownership” and view statistics for websites if they have improperly set up 404 error pages. Want to see site statistics for AOL, eBay, or About.com? The Sitemaps flaw will get you there, assuming you own them.