Googleholic for December 29th 2006
In this issue of Googleholic we cover:
- Google's risks for 2007
- Wikipedia's search dreams
- Google is the second most visited site online
- Google's quality scores
- Dismissal in Google AdSense and AutoLink Toolbar lawsuits
- Mobile search in China
- More Google Newspaper ads
- Google invests in Shanghai based video site
- No more German Google killer
Google's risks for 2007
How will Google's year look? Donna Bogatin from ZDNet looks into search monetization, fair use, and click fraud.
Wikipedia's search dreams
Wikipedia is planning a search engine with Amazon. Will it run alongside Google? Or travel far behind it?
Google is the second most visited site online
They beat out last year's leader Yahoo!, and now sit just behind Microsoft.
Google's quality scores
Google now shows quality scores in AdWords campaigns, helping you monitor your keyword relevance.
Dismissal in Google AdSense and AutoLink Toolbar lawsuits
A judge dismissed and saw no infringing on patents for two popular search advertising products from Google.
Mobile search in China
Google China is set to launch a mobile search service
More Google Newspaper ads
The print advertising from Google has exceeded Google's expectations, so they are planning on rolling out a larger campaign in 2007
Google invests in Shanghai based video site
Google might have found its Chinese version of YouTube, they will invest an undisclosed amount into Shenzhen Xunlei Network Technology Ltd
No more German Google killer
German companies back out of a plan to create a search engine that would stomp Google out in Europe.
The past week in Google news
Googleholic Google News report.
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