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Top 26 Search Happenings 2006 Part Two #1-13
Thursday, December 14, 2006
Last week I posted the first part of the Top 26 Search Happenings of 2006. This week features the second and final installment. What is the top story in search for 2006? Let's check it out:

#13

SES San Jose 2006

Aug

#12

Link Baiting becomes more popular as a “white hat” technique for link building purposes.

On-going

#11

Google holds its Annual Press Day and releases some new products including Google Trends

May

#10

The Continued Importance of Measuring Proper KPIs

On-going

#9

Yahoo Release details of “ Panama” their new Paid Advertising Platform

May

#8

Google Refusing to Hand Over Search Data to Feds

Mar

#7

Staff Turnover/Restructuring at Yahoo

On-going?

#6

Steve Berkowitz, former CEO of Ask jumps ship to Microsoft, later goes on to call ASK a “rowboat” and Microsoft a “Cruise Ship”

Apr

#5

Duplicate Content Concerns

On-going

#4

Google’s Purchase of YouTube for 1.65 billion

Oct

#3

Google Rolling out Big Daddy Infrastructure

Jan

#2

AOL Leaks User Search Data

Aug

#1

Danny Sullivan Announcing that he is Leaving Search Engine Watch

Aug


There you have it, the top search related story of 2006, Danny Sullivan's Announcement that he is leaving Search Engine Watch. Can you believe that a search engine did not make the top headline? Well the news of Mr. Sullivan leaving Search Engine Watch sent shockwaves throughout the industry and will continue to have an impact on the search engine industry in 2007 and beyond.
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