Blog, search engine technology

On a blog note: "Bingo Bango Software Inc announced the release of Elicit. Elicit, a desktop blogging client, integrates leading web and RSS Services from the internet’s giants in one application for the purpose of creating content for blogs. Elicit’s service integration is one of several productivity innovations for bloggers. Web and RSS service integration is the promise of the next generation of desktop applications built with the Web 2.0 as a platform. Each of these services provide considerable value alone. But when integrated together, as they are in Elicit, they provide unprecedented productivity for the blogger. Many bloggers have been using these services separately, going site to site, pulling the service’s information together to create content for their blogs. In Elicit, each service is integrated as a ‘docklet.’ An Elicit service docklet are floating dockable windows whose content can be dragged and dropped into Elicit’s blog entry editor."

And on a search engine note: "An interactive marketing firm specializing in search engine marketing called Fortune Interactive, uses SEMLogic – its proprietary technology that uses artificial intelligence to understand a client’s industry and competitors. The search marketing industry is suffering from growing-pains with relatively few companies able to maintain consistently high-levels of client satisfaction. Unlike some tools which can overstep search engine guidelines, SEMLogic is used only for marketing research and not web site optimization."

These articles are published in SYS-CON Media’s SEO/SEM Journal.

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  1. Yess!–integration. LIke the Cambrian Explosion, there is a huge evolution of web services that can be appended to previous standard software. After so many years of stagnation, the blogger boom has kicked of innovation for people who are generators of stuff. I can’t wait to see what Google comes up with when it issues its own browser. To integrate all its existing services it’ll have to be the Swiss Army knife of browsers.