Tweets: May 2009

RT : As mobile shopping gets safer, will more people purchase on the go?

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True, we should be proud ;) ;)

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- Screenshots of shopping-related features from upcoming Bing, new Microsoft’s search engine

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certes… mais le bizmodel de shopping.com, c’est le media maintenant ? :)

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Spotted new Shopping.com SRP with LREC on surprising top left position -

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PR: Kayak on the Semantic Web - - prob: XML feeds and API are not enough to build the semantic web…. Buzzword?

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RT : Can u find shoes faster with images than with words? Free coupons if u try it and RT! Visual.thefind.com:

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New blog post: New blog design

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RT : Wow! have launched a brand new faster website

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Nielsen: Wind.Live.Cash was 1 of only 2 Top Ten Shopping Search Providers to grow their audience from Apr08 to Apr09

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- “Google Microformats Will Have Large Impact On Online Retail — Not All Good” - inspired article.

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RT : Q&A: Kelkoo’s UK MD Bruce Fair

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- Google Product Search For Android Adds Barcode Scanning

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New blog post: Google to use hProduct microformat to enhance its search result pages?

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Google to index hProduct microformat in the near future - - Could it influence SEO rankings for CSEs and retailers?

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Can SEO be done in agile way? Some ideas here:

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- “The strategy is essentially to track, highlight and prompt casual conversations online about an advertiser’s product”

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Let’s say I was “lucky” ;)

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The difficulty to auto choose images from merchants to illustrate product categories… See “Wall telephone” on Twenga

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Pets become popular on shopping engines - Twenga two weeks ago; PriceRunner one week ago…

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- Shopping.com will no longer charge US based merchants for clicks coming from outside the US or Canada.

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- Shopping.com introduces Tiered CPC Pricing. I.e: Products priced under $25 ($.1 CPC), $25 to $50 ($.2 CPC)…

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RT : Comparatively Speaking: Exclusive Interview with Kelkoo

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Summize, before being acquired by Twitter, developed an alternative to 5-stars ratings pattern -

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See for the Kelkoo UK team :)

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Also, have you tried WisdomTap - see and

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Intrigued by all those data (esp soft attrs) - do you expect making this public one day ? :)

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