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Bradd, hope the presentation was good, I always enjoy Kristjans talks.
@accuteaccent, sorry you don't find it useful, I think if you ignore these cWhere To Look For Cultural Differences In Europe
thanks for your comment. I was actually with Kristjan in a panel last week in London, not the same right? But I can really tell you the GYandex & Seznam: Local Powers That Be In Europe
Hi Winooski, thanks :). Actually, the title isn't the original one, but I liked this one too :)Watch Your Language: Your English Might Not Speak To Europeans
thank you for your responses. I'm sure everyone of you has valid points when it comes to what is right English or not. With your comments yWatch Your Language: Your English Might Not Speak To Europeans
Thats what I understood Adam, but as a European I didn't mean that, hence my thoughts on the differences in languages :)SES SF Live Blogging Recap: Day One
Thanks Barry, at State of Search we also do extensive coverage: http://www.stateofsearch.com/events/search-engine-strategies/ses-san-francisco-2010/ (Google Airs TV Ad During Super Bowl – But Why?
Once again a very thorough analysis, thank you for that :).
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Hi Evert, you're right about that the Netherlands is one of the most Americanized European countries. However, what I'm trying to point out here is toPaper: Google Using Legal And Accounting Tricks To Avoid UK Taxes
You're right Clive. To be absolutely honest it's nothing new at all. Big companies are doing things like this all the time. That's probably one of thePaper: Google Using Legal And Accounting Tricks To Avoid UK Taxes
In this case I don't think Google is the 'bad one' here. All the different rules in Europe make this possible. Get the rules straightened out first anSearch Month European Edition, September 2009
You're welcome Helen, glad you like it! There's one about October coming up!Google, Yahoo, Bing Bury GeoCities.com, But Some Zombie Sites Are Still Alive
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First of all, thanks everybody for all the comments, I'm glad (most of you) liked it.
Let me start by emphasizing one thing. What I'm trying to sayThe Curious Case Of Google’s Bizarre UK Search Results
Just to make clear: the problem is NOT that .com sites appear in the UK SERPS. As long as they are relevant.
What you see now is that results fromBT/Yahoo Portal Now Powered By … Not Yahoo, Not Bing, Google!
Thanks for the mentioning Barry :)The Curious Case Of Google’s Bizarre UK Search Results
@simons1321 that is what Matt Cutts seems to be saying, but isn't it all about relevancy when you search? And why then a .co.uk site different from thThe Curious Case Of Google’s Bizarre UK Search Results
@bluelightseo, yes it's an older example. I'm just trying to show the picture of what I'm talking about and what kind of results seem strange.
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Hi Jill, it looks like it. Also in Holland we are getting some strange results, but these were found in the caffeine data. If you look at what Matt saMy Favorite Link Building Lie
Interesting article Eric. I do agree very much that asking for links might still work, but relevancy is extremely important. I'm usually on the other How To Overhype Your Search Engine
I think you hit the bullet here Danny. A major issue in my opinion with the launch of these search engines, and also with other start ups I might say,