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MSN Search Tracking Clicks

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A little bird emailed this morning to inform Search Engine Journal that MSN Search (which seems to be very slow today) is now tracking clicks and click thru. Thanks little bird. The new user tracking by MSN is probably qite similar to Yahoo’s search result click tracking, which tracks users profiles and their search behavior. Like Yahoo, MSN is planning on rolling out a behavioral and search based advertising interface this fall in the US termed MSN Keywords.

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