How long has Google featured competitor's expanded AdWords Ads on top for trademark searches?
Corey O'Laughlin at MarketProfs Daily Fix has posted the results from an informal poll asking marketers if t
Knife Depot just put up a blog post about their chronic issues with their Adwords account getti
Foursquare is the latest website to build their own advertising platform.
It’s now been removed but twitter added tweets to “real” twitter accounts for a promo ad of how good the company integrates with TV ads.
found on @seroundtable , Matt Cutts claims, "I wouldn't stress about this unless the content that you have duplicated is spammy or keyword stuffing."
It looks like just getting folks to "Like" your business page is no longer going to be enough.
There's a perfect "winning the web back" story I came across this m
Dan Liebson has pulled together a fantastic resource of nearly everything that happened and was discussed at the
Google is on a really big push nowadays to get users to sign up for Google+, and to fill out their profile completely.
According to a story in Wired, "On an average day, Google accounts for about 25 percent of all consumer internet
This is a major change which is going to affect loads of sites in the UK.
So, Google has claimed that the current Panda update is a "softening" of the general algorithm and is more "finely targeted".
I've been having a play with the Google Databoard http://think.withgoogle.com/databoard/ and it seems to have a lot of potential.
It's been fun watching hundreds of SEOs picking up and interpreting Googler's words about guest blogging, making conclusions, inventing flags, ma
Notorious Ripoff Report has just launched a new "service" - a $89/m subscription to allow business owners NOT to get published on their site.
About a month ago Jacob King wrote an interesting post on his blog about how RetailMeNot.com ranks so well in the search results.
Over at Search Engine Land Barry Schwartz has a post about Google confirmin
A few months ago I was accepted to be a Google Glass beta tester through their #IfIhadGlass program.
In a not-to-surprising move, Reddit has removed /r/atheism from the default home page of the website.
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