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19 Jul Where do you spend your PPC money?

This latest report on allocation of search marketing dollars is very interesting. It seems to indicate that people are pulling their budgets from Yahoo and MSN and putting them into Google AdWords. We know that for some categories of clients, we have done exactly that…

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09 Jul Flash content now indexable by Google

It’s now possible for search engines to index Flash content. As you all know, Flash content has been “invisible” to the search engines and a huge problem in terms of SEO for sites with Flash. Check out the articles here and please forward them to…

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16 Aug W3PR Attends Google Conversion University

Recently W3PR traveled up to Mountain View, CA to Google’s beautiful campus to attend their first Conversion University. W3PR was one of only about 150 people invited to attend. While a variety of Google’s product offerings were discussed, emphasis was placed on Google Analytics and…

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13 Jun Finally, some transparency for Google AdSense

The biggest gripe that I heard over and over again at the SES conference last September was that Google lacked transparency. Especially in it’s reporting on clicks from content sites in the AdSense network. In the next two weeks, Google will be rolling out the…

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04 Jun SEO Myths Busted and Truth Revealed

Shari Thurow, an SEO writer and web developer that i’ve know for years and respect highly has written an excellent article about common misconceptions about SEO. These are the same issues and questions that I confront regularly. The truth about SEO is that it isn’t…

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31 May New Robots.txt Command for Sitemaps

Earlier this month, Sitemaps.org announced a change in robots.txt usage. The organization which is a collaboration of Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft, made the change to allow sites to tell search engines where to find their sitemap. For directions on how to implement this new Robots.txt…

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16 May Google revamps search site

Today, Google launched its new universal search. Now, when you do a search, Google will give you a combined results page that will include websites, books, archived news, and video. Try a search for Star Trek, you’ll see links to Groups, News and Video right…

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