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you have to start collecting royalties of some of these guys!

Constantinos D

you have to start collecting royalties from some of these guys!
that was a pretty interesting webcast from the google guys too. and btw, their new maps service is amazing.

David McCormick

There was a piece on National Public Radio on 16 Feb (http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4502046) that talked about how the internet is transforming China's economy. The part that struck me as the Long Tail component was the story of the business-to-business advertising web site that is gaining literally thousands of companies per week and allowing companies to find each other (in China and internationally) in a way that completely bypassed the traditional wine-and-dine-and-graft local business culture. It's astonishing.

Cheers, David.

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Chris,

You can tell the long-tail is being reached by Google when sole trading delivery men in North London buy google ad words. And why wouldn't you, if you were them.

One way of considering the long-tail is to recognise that we are moving into a post-fordist economy. You can have any colour, as long as its the colour you want.

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My blog recently outlined why Google will rule over MSN & Yahoo in the short term, at the very least. The Google Long Tail approach certainly does vindicate my analysis.

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Anyway, love to have a coffee about this one day and debate it...great
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the question is more important than having the right answer. Cheers

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Searchboth.net is the first site to place google and yahoo side by side on one split screen. The web site takes the user's query and creates a browser window with two frames, with the results from Yahoo! on one side and those from google on the other. It has completely end up the hassles involved while searching different search engines at the same time.

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And why wouldn't you, if you were them.

Ken Nickless

Interesting post.Wow! More than 1 billion a quarter, should've taken those shares a few years ago!

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Yeah huge revenues indeed,I think as long as youtube keeps running they'l keep dominating the market place But hey nothing lasts forever'.

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It’s an interesting method oto make use of Google Analytics for keyword research, which is very practicable.Long tail keywords are always formed around some core two-word phrase that is more competitive. With other words combined at such phrases, we would know which long tails are more popular.Also, the source of traffic with those phrases are important. We may be able to tweak the phrase a bit to get more targeted traffic too. For instance, if they are from a blog and the name we’ve chosen for ourselves (in form of a keyphrase), we will be able to change it next time!

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The Long Tail by Chris Anderson

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