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Thursday, 31 January 2008

Permanently Disable Google Personalized Web Search

One of the many major annoyances in a SEO's day is the personalized web search. Google keeps track of previously clicked domains, and personalises the results to match a users previous click patterns. While Google personalized search could potentially be...

Campaign for new Jargon: Social Media

I'm fed up with "Social Media". Not with the mediums themselves; sure Digg users can be a bit moronic, but the block button is handy (I'm sure my rants have been blocked by several) - I'm more annoyed with the...

Wednesday, 30 January 2008

New rules?

Mike Grehan blogged the following on the ClickZ Network: "With search and PR so intrinsically linked, what are we likely to see happening in the immediate future? Will SEO shops retrain or bring in marketers to take on a more...

Tuesday, 15 January 2008

The Four Biggest Mistakes in Search Marketing

Mike Moran whom I was on a panel with at SES once talks on the YSM Blog about what he thinks are the three biggest mistakes a newby search marketer can make - focusing on rankings, using the wrong metrics...

Monday, 14 January 2008

Search Engine Marketing Agency Neutralize Peers Into its Crystal Ball

The team at Neutralize have put their heads together to come up with some interesting 2008 predictions for the world of search. Social Media Google will get richer - with the acquisition of DoubleClick their stranglehold on internet advertising will...

Google data suggests 95% of the web is junk

William here spotted a very interesting post about the amount of data processed by Google each day. You can see the input data is mass produced, which indicates this is probably coming from crawler feeds and uploaded feeds (Base) and...

Search Engine Marketing Report 2007 (part2)

Following on from the last post I made about the SEM Report 2007, I would like to continue with a slightly smaller post, if at all possible. Search budgets, objectives and effectiveness are on the agenda today and why companies...
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