As has become tradition here at SEO-Space, the third week of the month marks the release of the Top 7 Search Happenings of the month. We strive to make this not your ordinary list as we like to include search happenings of the month that you may or may not havebeen aware about. Last month's top stories included Google pushing towards the personalization of search. This month Google has dominated a number of the listings as March has been another busy month for the search giant. Here are the top 7 Search Related Happenings of the month for March 2007.
#7. MySpace gets set to launch MySpace News
#6. Michael Moritz announcing that he is leaving Google Board of Directors
#5. Google Acquires Adscape - Adscape Media is a small in-game advertising company based in San Francisco California. Google feels that in-game advertising is an area where they believe they can add a lot of value to users, advertisers and publishers.
#4. Matt Cutts talks Personalization of Search with Gord Hotchkiss - Personalization of search is a hot topic and it will continue to get hotter. Gord's interview with Matt Cutts is a great read. Are you ready for the personalization of search?
#3. Yahoo Sets Targets on Google - Yahoo looks to get back on track and improve their search offerings. Do they have a hope aganist Google?
#2. Microsoft goes on the attack against Google over copyright infringement - here we go again Microsoft vs. Google. Wouldn't it be nice if everyone could just co-exist peacefully? Copyright infringement is no laughing matter, but can't Microsoft spend their time in a more proactive manner?
#1. Google Releases Actual Click Fraud Data - we told you Google was dominating the charts this month. For the first time, Google has released some hard numbers regarding click fraud. Are they what you expected?
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