Google Opening Middle East Office in Egypt Angelo Embuldeniya emailed me this morning with some clues that Google […]
Last week there was spam site that managed to get over 5 billion pages indexed and ranked on Google within a matter of weeks. Shorty after someone outed the site Google yanked all the pages from their index. Kudos to Google for taking quick action, a big smack upside the head for letting this happen in the first place.
What does it say about your product when your employees use your competitors’ products more than they do your own? Based on a post from Andrew Hitchcock, Phillip Lenssen posted some statistics that show Microsoft employees use Google 3x more than they use MSN.
Ingenio’s Ether Now Out of Beta The ether “private beta” has been running for several months, but now […]
Google Sitemaps Update Google Sitemaps has announced on the Google Blog that they have released a ‘raft of […]
Google Premium Video Offers Free Test In an experment on selected (not all) premium video content, Google Video […]
A lot of people use the power of buzz marketing because it can do wonders for their business, but there is also a dark side to buzz marketing where it can hurt your company’s reputation.
Yahoo Scores Goal With World Cup & FIFAworldcup.com Partnership Yahoo and FIFA are experiencing a great success with […]
Yahoo Study Shows Health Searchers More Active and Educated Yahoo! today released the findings from research examining the […]
Millions of people search Google on a daily basis and thousands of companies are advertising on Google’s sponsored listings using keyword targeted text ads. You may not always be able to afford the number 1 sponsored listing or rank above the fold in the organic listings.
Leave it to someone who has little to no experience with any real world search marketing to make a ridiculous statement that “search advertising does NOT build brands.” That is what Scott Karp from Publishing 2.0 is saying today.
Google AdSense Testing Cost-Per-Action Payments Google AdSense is planning on testing publisher revenue payments on a Cost-Per-Action basis, […]
Google CEO Eric Schmidt at Search Engine Strategies San Jose 2006 Danny Sullivan announced on the SEW Blog […]
MySpace Limiting Adult Access To Child Profiles In what is sure to become a major victory for child […]
How Google AdSense Geotargeting Works Jedi Master of the Search Engine Forum World, Barry Schwartz of Search Engine […]
Are You a Search Engine Spammer? Peter Davis, Sitepoint Moderator and Small Business Forum owner, has moved past […]
MySpace Eyes International Expansion MySpace, the ultra popular & ultra controversial social networking site owned by News Corp’s […]
New Yahoo Messenger 8.0 Opens With Developer Plug-ins Yahoo Messenger 8.0 Voice Beta was debuted today with a […]
The analytics market is a crowded space with many players. There are a lot of robust analytics solutions that can track conversions, goals, revenue, expenses, and even allow you to create flexible dashboards.
Blog search engines such as Technorati, sphere, and Ice Rocket are great ways to bring more people to your site. What I really like about blog search engines is the people who use them tend to be the early adopters and the social media crowd. This should be your initial target audience. They’re the ones that will spread your message, of course provided they like what they see.