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Some SES Chicago Swag

TopRank Online Marketing on Dec 7th, 2006     Marketing PR Conferences, Online Marketing, Search Engine Strategies

Checking out the expo hall, there are always a few great deals and lots of free iPods to sign up for. I skipped most of the iPods this year as I was a afraid of all the follow-up emails and/or sales calls.

However, here is some good swag that I did pick up.

SES Chicago Swag
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  • Google color changing orb.
  • Unica Keychane game.
  • Lycos fish stress ball & document clip.
  • Netconcepts climbing hook and compass.
  • Yellowpages highlighter with built in Post-It flags
  • Network Solutions multi-color lightup pen.
  • Ask pen that writes very nice and has a nice design.
  • Bruce Clay Tangle toy.
  • WebTrends magnets.
  • Yahoo magnetic toy in tin.
  • Truelocal rocket toy.
  • DoubleClick electronic die.
Lee Odden

Ask.com. Re-Discover Search Today

Lee Odden on Nov 10th, 2006     Blogging

Ask.com has been hard at work improving their engine ever since they let Jeeves go. They have quite a few TV ads promoting it, but he coolest thing I’ve seen so far is a great, interactive demo on what’s new and how to use Ask.com. It’s all about spending less time searching and more time finding. http://searchtools.ask.com/
Ask Flash Demo

I think I’ll change my Firefox search box to Ask now to give it a go myself.

[tags]ask,search,jeeves[/tags]

Lee Odden

Ask Sans Butler

Lee Odden on Feb 27th, 2006     Ask, Marketing Industry News, Marketing PR Conferences, Search Engine Strategies

IAC’s Ask.com has launched the new, clean version of their site sans butler today. New features include:

  • A new homepage design
  • The Ask.com Toolbox, a new feature on the homepage that provides shortcuts to more than 20 search tools
  • New and improved Maps and Driving Directions
  • Encyclopedia search
  • Web-based Desktop search

The “edit tools” feature is pretty slick actually.

Requisite press release quote:

“Today’s launch is a pivotal moment in our history, ensuring a well-known and much-loved search engine continues at the forefront of the evolution of the Internet search market,” concluded Lanzone. “With the new Ask.com, coupled with the backing of our parent company IAC/InterActiveCorp, we have developed a platform for the future of search where new search tools and content will be increasingly integrated within the search engine to meet consumer demand.”

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