It seems a recent post at TechCrunch has created somewhat of a poo-storm in the search engine optimization space. I have to agree that the thought of government trying to regulate search seems pretty darn ridiculous to me. The anonymous author states ‘It’s now conventional wisdom that search engine optimization, representing the organic result sets […]
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Are Your Lead Generation Strategies Working?
Twitter is exploding at the moment and everyone is climbing on the bandwagon, blogging about its benefits etc, and you could be forgiven for thinking that this was the new easy way to online success. In the real world, clients want to talk about search engines, search engine optimization or search engine marketing (Google Adwords […]
Whats Killing The Newspapers?
I’ve been reading recently about some major newspapers requesting, and getting, tax breaks because they are failing in the current economy. A tax cut has been approved in Washington state; I quote “Newspapers across the country have resorted to layoffs and other cost-cutting moves to deal with a wounded business model and a recession-fueled drop […]
Spoofing for Search Engine Marketing Dollars
I just recieved a spoof email from some douchebag in Canada. It’s a very sophisticated request for me to login to my Google adwords account. The email starts with the subject line; Your AdWords Google Account is stoped. Thats the first indication, a spelling mistake in the subject. Those PhDs at G are smarter than […]
Searching For Answers With Engines
Now seeing as I’ve been on a bit of a rant against Google recently I’m going to end it by telling you about a couple of different kind of search engines that are known as Answer Engines. Brainboost is a ‘Question answering engine that accepts natural language queries’ and it is the spawn of Answers.com, […]