About one-quarter of U.S. employees use company computers to access sexual and/or romantic sites and chat rooms, according […]
According to the new eMarketer Search Engine Marketing report, US paid search ad spending growth peaked in 2003, […]
Vivisimo, developer of Internet clustering search technology that groups search results into instant categories, has taken on the […]
Google, the web’s top search engine, according to a news release, has banned the ads of an environmental […]
Internet marketing more effective than TV ads
The findings of a new survey of more than 5,000 online buyers conducted by The Kelsey Group and […]
A new Google dance has just started
Lycos has decided to throw in the Search Engine/Portal towell and dip into the realm of Social Networking, […]
Kazaa, owned by Sharman Networks Ltd., said Tuesday that it has applied to have a court order set […]
Yahoo Search Engine may be testing Inktomi results for its anticipated switch over to Inktomi Search (a Yahoo […]
It’s no secret anymore that Google ranks as the number one defacto-standard in the field of major search engines. In 2003, Google accounts for more than 85% of all Internet searches on a daily basis. Google now has many versions running in many different countries, including China, Japan, the U.K., Hong-Kong and many others. Rank for Sales knows many small and not so small businesses and companies whose livelihood almost basically depends on Google bringing them new customers, day after day.
US paid search advertising spending soared 123% over the previous year, rising from $923 million in 2002 to […]
Google, the web’s top search engine and search advertising network, introduced new online advertising services and payment options […]
FindWhat.com, a pay-per-click search engine advertising firm (a solid paid search service – with solid partners and a […]
There are 7 top SEO myths and misconceptions we encounter everyday, out of the more than 20. In the real, true world of Search Engine Optimization techniques and methods used to obtain higher rankings, there are no shortcuts and certainly no free lunches.
Sitting at his laptop, Chris O’Ferrell types a few words into the Google search engine and up pops a link to what appears to be a military document listing suspected Taliban and al Qaeda members, date of birth, place of birth, passport numbers and national identification numbers.
Code validation is still widely debated as to whether it is required for performance within the search engines. […]
Adware and “contextual targeting” were some of the hottest buzzwords of 2003 and are destined to continue to […]
Up until yesterday, when someone typed in ‘miserable failure’ into the AOL search engine, the top result listed […]
Online advertising drew lower direct response rates in the fourth quarter because of the higher volume of ads and more advertisers using them for branding, DoubleClick said yesterday.