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Search Engine Forums Spotlight

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What's new in search? Find out here, with these links to some of the latest topics being discussed in our own Search Engine Watch Forums, and other search marketing forums across the Web:

Isn't Content on an E-commerce Site Just Fluff?
Cre8asite Forums
"All I really want to do is sell my stuff. It seems pretentious to me to come up with content."

Implications of CSS Layouts on SEO?
Webmaster World
"I'm beginning to create Web sites using CSS for layouts, and was wondering what the implications were regarding SEO."

First Year at SES NY
Search Engine Watch Forums
"This will be my first year at SES NY. Any seasoned veterans out there want to fill me on what to do or who to meet?"

Nobody Talks About Getting #1 Now - Has the Focus Changed?
Webmaster World
"The real secret is to bring in traffic on lots of diverse searches, and not go for a specific #1 trophy."

Watch Spending When Using Google Broad Match
Search Engine Forums
"If you have broad matched keywords anywhere in your account, be sure to watch your spending after pausing some ad groups, keywords and campaigns at Google."

Google - MSN - Yahoo. What's the Difference?
Sitepoint Forums
"I'd like to pick each other's collective brains in hopes of some form of a conclusion on what works for these search engines."

AdSense Working - Question on Growth
Webmaster World
"I guess what I'm asking is how far can you take AdSense?"

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Editor's note: A special thanks to Peter Da Vanzo and John Scott of v7n for their help in compiling the Search Engine Forums Spotlight.


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