Danny Sullivan

Danny Sullivan

Danny Sullivan left Search Engine Watch as of Dec. 1, 2006.

RECENT ARTICLES BY DANNY SULLIVAN

Google's New SearchMash Test Site

Oct 18, 2006 - Google's new search playground. Comments

Look Out Wikipedia, Here Comes Yahoo Answers! Part 2

Aug 9, 2006 - Yahoo Answers has posted 10 million answers. Is answer search on the rise? Part two of a two-part series. Comments

Look Out Wikipedia, Here Comes Yahoo Answers! Part 1

Jul 26, 2006 - Yahoo Answers has posted 10 million answers. Is answer search on the rise? Part one of a two-part series. Comments

Yahoo MyWeb’s New Look

Jun 14, 2006 - Yahoo’s given its bookmarking service a new look and new features, making it easier for people to find what others are saving and sharing on the service... Comments

My Decade of Writing About Search Engines

May 3, 2006 - After covering search engines for a decade, Danny discovers some best practices from the early days are still valid. Comments

25 Things I Hate About Google

Apr 5, 2006 - How do I hate Google? Let me count the 25 ways into my heart. Part two of a two-part series. Comments

25 Things I Love About Google

Mar 22, 2006 - How do I love Google? Let me count the 25 ways into my heart. Part one of a two-part series. Comments

Being a Big Voice in SEO

Feb 8, 2006 - Want to be known for your SEO knowledge? Here are some tips -- both good and bad -- for doing just that. Comments

2005 in Review: The Top Search Industry Stories of the Year

Jan 11, 2006 - Search caught fire last year, with new tools and services and virtually constant activity. Here's a look back at some of the most memorable themes and... Comments

The End Of the Size Wars? Part 2

Oct 19, 2005 - Which search engine is biggest and best? Why it's no longer a numbers game. Comments

The End Of the Size Wars? Part 1

Oct 5, 2005 - Which search engine is biggest and best? Why it’s no longer a numbers game. Comments

Yahoo! Local Expands With City Pages and More User Reviews

Sep 21, 2005 - The expanded Yahoo! Local offers new city and neighborhood pages and uses more maps and community reviews. Comments

Screw Size! I Dare Google and Yahoo! to Report on Relevancy

Sep 7, 2005 - Ah, summer. Time to play on the beach,head out on vacation, and, if you’re a search engine, announce to the world you’ve got the largest index. Comments

New Ask Jeeves Sponsored Listings Program Lets More Advertisers Buy Direct

Aug 10, 2005 - After weeks of rumors, Ask Jeeves unveiled a new, automated paid listings service. It allows anyone to purchase ads on the Ask Jeeves network directly... Comments

New Study Sizes Up the Web

Jun 29, 2005 - Just how big is the Web, anyway? And how much of it do the search engines crawl? Comments

Worthless Shady Criminals: In Defense of SEO, Part 2

Jun 15, 2005 - SEO isn't all bad. It can be quite good, in fact. Last of a two-part series. Comments

Worthless Shady Criminals: In Defense of SEO, Part 1

Jun 1, 2005 - SEO isn't all bad. It can be quite good, in fact. First of a two-part series. Comments

Getting the Little Guy Online Is Still Tough

May 18, 2005 - Search engines want to tap into local markets. That's still a big challenge. Comments

Search’s Long Tail

Apr 20, 2005 - Many queries happen far less often than ’leading’ terms. Make the most of them. Comments

Google Toolbar’s AutoLink and the Need for Opt-Out, Part 2

Apr 6, 2005 - Drawing the line at links. Last in a series. Comments

MSN’s New Paid Listings Program

Mar 23, 2005 - MSN’s entering paid search with a full-blown self-service paid listing program. Comments

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