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Thursday, 26 May 2005

Search Marketing Association UK (SMA-UK) Vote for President

The Search Marketing Association UK (SMA-UK) a new organisation designed to promote Search Engine Marketing across the UK is undertaking the vote for President and will officially launched at Search Engine Strategies on the 2nd June at the Business Design...

Wednesday, 25 May 2005

Google Adsense PageJacked

A search for the term "google adsense" on Google shows the following results. Note the top evidently isn't from Googles website (Look at the website address). This is the most profound demonstration of a technique named PageJacking, where one...

Friday, 20 May 2005

New look Google Homepage

It was always inevitable that at somepoint the sacred Google homepage would change, and at the Google Inc. Factory Tour they unveiled some new personalisation features that allow you to turn the homepage into more of a portal style interface....

Monday, 16 May 2005

Google Adwords Bulk Upload Function

At last, Google Adwords changes can be made en-mass. Theoretically you are able to log into your Adwords account, although not through your MCC (My Client Centre), download your campaign, make changes and then action a ‘bulk’ upload. This is...

Friday, 13 May 2005

Google Prefetch / Web Accelerator withdrawn

Wow. That's a first. Google has actually bowed to industry pressure and withdrawn the Web Accelerator product they released on the 4th of May on the 12th. It seems that the Web Accelerator caused a number of security issues by...

Wednesday, 11 May 2005

e-consultancy Search Engine Marketing – A Buyer’s Guide (2005)

E-consultancy have just released their updated Search Engine Marketing – A Buyer’s Guide (2005) It's got all the usual suspects from this side of the pond. What is interesting, is that the companies I might personally have viewed as serious...

Friday, 06 May 2005

Does your websites location effect your search engine listings?

Does your websites location effect your search engine listings? Yes it does, and it is very pertinent question given the rapid expansion of localised services on the major search engines, Google in particular. However the physical location of a website...

Thursday, 05 May 2005

Pay Per Call to hit the UK

With no official UK launch to date, speculation is rife regarding Pay Per Call. Although launched 6 months ago in the US by FindWhat, none of the other major US search engines have followed suit. Could this be an early...
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