.XXX Domains Not Going To Happen Via the Register: “Plans for an area of the internet dedicated to […]
One of the greatest things about search engine marketing and Internet marketing in general is that you have tons of data to work with. You can tell how many people are clicking on your banner ads, how visitors are getting to your website, who those visitors are, and tons of other stuff that gives you feedback on how your marketing is doing.
Google Trends – Much More Than Keyword Research Google extends their lead in the keyword research market by […]
You know you’ve got a strong brand when people are going through the trouble to make fun of it. Whenever a company makes a big impact with their marketing they always end up with a few mocks in magazines or on television. When this happens, it actually says a lot about the brand that is in the spotlight.
Google Press Day Today Via Google Operating System, the highly anticipated Google Press Day is today, May 10, […]
Google Health a Healthy Idea? LeeAnn Prescott of Hitwise asks how good of an idea is it of […]
Site Wide Links Help or Hurt Linking Campaign? Barry’s Search Engine Roundtable Forums has a nice thread going […]
Link Building Wiki, Search Wiki & Wikipedia SEO Text Link Brokers has a new resource / link bait […]
Submit to SEOdex : SEO & SEM Services Directory Over the weekend Search Engine Journal purchased a new […]
Value of SEO Associations & SEO Certification? Aaron Wall of Threadwatch points to a Jim Hedger article on […]
Google Targeting Cricket Fans Too Ask.com, with their sponsorship of the English Cricket Team, is not the only […]
AIM Pages, MySpace, and Marketing Opportunities First, here’s the Flickr screenshot of AOL’s new AIM Pages (with more […]
TiVo Turns TV into Search Engine From the press release today: ‘TiVo Product Watch’ [ ] offers advertisers […]
Google AdWords Campaign Circumvents Censorship in China The CitizenLab blog has an account of bypassing China’s strict search […]
Tips for Managing Large Google AdSense Accounts Shimon Sandler, a ‘new’ search marketing blogger in the searchosphere and […]
Getting and maintaining ranking is critical to your online success. As discussed in the previous four posts, the way that search engines decide how websites are ranked is decided by three main characteristics: code, content and links.
694 Million People Are Online That’s probably give or take a few hundred thousand (but who’s counting). This […]
Yahoo’s New Sponsored Search : Instant Ads & Geotargeting Yahoo Search Marketing is taking the first steps of […]
Google AdWords on Google Earth In what is cracking up to be a big week in search engine […]
Craigslist and the Local Market There was a very long piece in Sunday’s NY Times (reg. req’d) on […]