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In the world of internet marketing, making sure your website is both visible and relevant amongst millions of others is key, and SEO (search engine optimisation) plays an important part in making sure this is the case. MySEOTool is one of the many SEO services around, but the its selling point is that there is a specific focus on the client and on making the process a simple and streamlined one. MySEOTool's API provides access to this functionality, allowing developers to integrate MySEOTool with other applications.
MySpace, the social network heavyweight looking to get back some of their old momentum is making a big splash with developers this week. On one hand, they announced an innovative, open platform for real-time stream access and more. But will that be overshadowed by a complete lack of care for the community that built applications on top of Imeem, the music service MySpace acquired and quickly shuttered?
During the past four months we've seen not one but two well known real-time search engines disappear. First there was OneRiot, which in October 2010 decided to focus on advertising. More recently, Collecta closed it's real-time search engine and API to focus on alternative real-time products. Digging further into real-time search offerings you will also discover that crowdeye has also decided to pull its real-time search engine. This now appears to leave Topsy, and of course Google as the main players focusing on building a real-time search destination. Does this trend signal the end for all real-time search engines or just that their focus has been wrong?