Phil Butler

Phil Butler



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Phil Butler is theEditor at Everything PR, Argophilia Travel News,  and Senior Partner at Pamil Visions PR. He’s a widely cited authority on beta startups, search engines and public relations issues, and he has covered tech news since 2004. Phil wrote in the past for ReadWriteWeb, Mashable, Profy, SitePoint, Search Engine Journal, AltSearchEngines. Follow Phil on Twitter or send him an email at phil [at] pamil-visions [dot] com.


Looking for early morning news and tidbits for you guys today I ran across a contest for SEO’s that looked interesting. Since all the top...

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A spanking new mobile search app from Toronto-based Kickvox promises smart device users a total departure from the typical desktop experience, and necessarily so. Search technology has...

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Chief regulators meet in Brussels this week to discuss whether or not Google’s competitive strategies are to be litigated, mitigated, penalized, or ignored. The Chairman of the...

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Bing is being criticized for having waited so long in releasing their Webmaster Guidelines, and even for having over generalized what Bing’s Duane Forrester termed “broad strokes of...

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Yesterday on the Google Developers Blog, Editor Scott Knaster posted an article about a fascinating new Google Developers Live (GDL) learning tool for absorbing not only...

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In Geno Prussakov’s most recent book, “Affiliate Program Management: An Hour a Day”, the author speaks authoritatively on affiliate marketing management, from planning to optimizing...

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eMarketeer says mobile display ad spend this year will reach $1.1 billion, with rich media ads accounting for half that. Today’s launch of Tubifi promises high impact, low cost...

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Grasping the enormity of issues Google is currently involved in, should the web’s dominant search engine throw things in reverse? More importantly, will the FTC...

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