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Nov. 20, 2009, 6:22 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Interview with Josh Cohen of Google News, AP literally tore apart Palin’s book, NYT’s Chicago edition debuts without paid ads

Important! Part two of @dannysullivan‘s interview with Josh Cohen of Google News. Lots of great advice http://tr.im/FmZP »

The AP literally tore apart Sarah Palin’s book to scan and search their exclusive copy http://tr.im/FnP4 (HT @jenny8lee»

BBC News gets 29% of UK traffic from search engines. And now its headlines are SEO-friendly http://tr.im/FmM0 »

NYT’s Chicago edition debuted today without paid ads http://tr.im/FnZj Bay Area edition had a half-pager http://tr.im/C2uj »

Fox Sports challenging ESPN, Comcast, and regional newspapers in big fight for local markets on the web http://tr.im/Fn6u »

Take a look at the huge infographic on A1 of the The Daily Herald in Everett, WA yesterday http://tr.im/FmV7 »

 
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