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What Every Search Marketer Needs To Know About Web Security
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An Update On Javascript Menus And SEO
McCain Website Gaffes
Microsoft Announces adCenter Desktop Beta During SMX Advanced Keynote
Twelve Simple Ways To Write Search-Friendly HTML Code
Legitimate, Useful Subversion For Search Engine Marketers
Using Wikipedia To Reveal Web Traffic Data
Virtual Blight & The Ten Commandments For Online Marketers
URL Rewriting & Custom Error Pages In ASP.NET 2.0
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Tracking Hot Topics On Wikipedia
Search Marketing & Web Page Download Speed
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Is SEO Killing America?
Like all else, the key is balance. There needs to be at least some investigative journalism, or else media turns into an echo chamber.
Scroogle’s Gone? Here’s Who Still Offers Private Searching
Set your browser to block cookies, and don't login to Google, Facebook or any other site. That pretty much gives you decent privacy on the net. If y
How To Run Your PPC Accounts Like A Project
Thank you for the article, Brad. Rather than calling PPC a "project" I think a more accurate word would be "program". You are right that project man
Dilbert: Hiring A Weasel To Do SEO & Corrupt The Industry
Excellent Dilbert. The industry bears full blame for the poor public perception. Our national organizations and conferences don't publish any ethica
How Much Does SEO Cost? 3 Analogies To Help You Determine Its Value
This article unintentionally promotes SEO unprofessionalism. It's very simple. Have on hand a few example statements of work (SOW). When a client a
Google To Begin Encrypting Searches & Outbound Clicks By Default With SSL Search
Danny, This story is probably too far past for anybody to notice if I post a comment, but you should know that HTTPS is not a panacea for Internet
Should Rick Santorum’s “Google Problem” Be Fixed?
Gossip from tabloids is libel by tabloids. Google is smart enough to know that Stormfront probably isn't good search result for somebody's name. Al
Should Rick Santorum’s “Google Problem” Be Fixed?
The general problem is that Google provides an excellent platform for libel. When a search focuses on the name of a person, Google should be more car
Optimize For Conversions Using The AdWords Rotation Option
There is research to indicate that running multiple ad versions may result in higher clicks and conversions over the entire audience than selecting ju
If Google Was New York City & Online Piracy Was Knock-Off Handbags…
Google Analytics Unveils A New User Experience
Daniel, does it work on the iPad? Currently AdWords and My Client Center have multiple critical flaws. Interestingly, Microsoft adCenter works very
Lessons Learned at SMX West: Google’s Panda Update, White Hat Cloaking & Link Building
Cloaking for search friendly URLs... Huh? Why would anybody do this? If you want to beautify URLs, use Apache's mod_rewrite's silent rewriting fea
Bing Apologizes For Japan Quake Tweet
This is a "non-apology apology", which is less optimal than just saying nothing. Microsofties have to learn that there are those who will criticize M
Meet The 25-Year-Old Who Saved “SEO” From Being Trademarked
Clarification: my opposition was not abandoned. We filed a brief requesting a decision that as a matter of law, SEO is a generic term that cannot be
How Wikipedia Turned PPC / Paid Search Into SEM
After The Hack, Should I Still Trust Google & The Cloud With My Data?
Thank you for commencing a discussion of this issue. Data security breaches frequently resulted in the complete destruction of businesses. Usually
SEO “Best Practices” Are Bunk
I think there are different elements to SEO, some of which definitely have best practices. For instance, if the site has tons of broken links, unspid
Of Living URLs, Newspaper Rankings & California Fires
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AdWords Bid Management: Advanced Tactics
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How To Overhype Your Search Engine
Tim, one thing to keep in mind is that tools often turn out to be useful for different things than what people expect. e.g. Wikipedia was a tool for
How To Overhype Your Search Engine
Be careful, Danny. Jonathan Zittrain seems to be involved in Wolfram Alpha. He's a careful person and technically knowledgeable. (clipped from WP: H

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