Saturday, July 22, 2006

Google Offers Free Analytics for Google Search Appliance and Google Mini Customers

Today Google announce the availability of free, hosted Google
Analytics accounts to all of our current Google Search Appliance and Google
Mini customers. Google Analytics is a powerful tool for
understanding the effectiveness of your web presence by tracking visitor
behavior and content performance. Google Analytics can help you answer
questions like:
- "How popular is our user registration process, and how often do those who
sign up then purchase a product? Or are users just after the free content?"
- "Our site has a lot of great multi-media content on it, but users aren't
staying on it very long. Where are our users leaving our site?
- "What are our most effective online advertising campaigns for driving users
to our site?"
- "We've heard internationalization is a good thing - but where are our
visitors coming from and what technologies are they using to access our
site? Wouldn't it be neat if we could visualize all of these visitors on
a world map?"

More information at www.goebelgroup.com

Friday, July 14, 2006

Free Watson Search Tool from Intellext Goes Customizable, Ties to MySpace and Others

Free Watson Search Tool from Intellext Goes Customizable, Ties to MySpace and Others
Users Empowered to Create a Personal Search Tool with the Information Sources They Choose

Intellext (www.intellext.com) today announced that the new version 2.4 of its free Watson search tool is now fully customizable, allowing users to choose the information sources they want, creating their own personalized search tool. Prior to today, the customizability was available only in Watson Professional, the licensed version of the proactive search tool. In addition to traditional web search engines, blog search engines, news and shopping sites, users can now also tap into additional sources including networking sites MySpace and LinkedIn, and premium news sites like the Wall Street Journal.

Monday, July 10, 2006

IBM WebSphere Information Integrator Content Started Edition

IBM is seeking to bolster its challenge at the low end of Enterprise Search by adding a downsized versions of its enterprise search and content integration engines to appeal to the high end of the SMB market.

The products, IBM WebSphere Information Integrator OmniFind Starter Edition and WebSphere Information Integrator Content Starter Edition, come with starting prices around $30,000. That's roughly half of their enterprise counterparts.

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