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Surrounded by Search Engines: A New Kind of Mobile Search
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Voice search could have a bright future in mobile, and even evolve beyond the phone itself. An area known as speech controlled Internet devices (SCIDs) transforms the myriad electronics that surround into their own little search engines.
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SEW Expert - Bill Hunt Bill
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Are Language Options Hurting Your International Sites?
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Most SEOs face challenges with a single site in English, but the challenges compound exponentially when you add multiple countries and languages to the mix. The most common of these problems is the use of language or location detection.
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SEW Expert - Justilien Gaspard Justilien
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Link Marketing for Travel and Tourism Businesses
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Good link building is just good marketing. That especially applies to the travel and tourism industry. The trick is targeting the right sites.
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SEW Expert - Melissa Mackey Melissa
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PPC Integration, Part 1: Integrating PPC with E-mail
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Integrated marketing is nothing new, but in online marketing we often find ourselves working in silos. Integrating PPC with other marketing will create efficiencies across channels and make your marketing dollars work smarter.
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News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

Yesterday's DoS Attacks Included Google, Possible Cyberwarfare Suspected
Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 7, 2009

As news broke yesterday about the Denial of Service (DoS) attacks affecting Twitter, revelations began to unfold about how widespread the attacks really were. Facebook slowed down and produced error pages. LiveJournal experienced downtime as well. While Google didn't go down, they were affected. This statement from a Google spokesperson explains ...
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Digg Begins Rolling Out Beta Version of New Ad Platform
Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 7, 2009

Digg will begin rolling out an early beta version of its new ad platform. Most Digg users won't see the ads, as they will only be rolled out to a small subset of users initially. The ads will appear along with submitted content, except they will clearly be marked as ...
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Live Certification Gauntlet at SES San Jose 2009
Posted by Greg Jarboe Aug 7, 2009

No one will be beaten to death. At least, I don't think there will be any physical punishment. But on Tuesday, August 11, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., Market Motive U will be holding a Live Certification Gauntlet in Exhibit Hall 2 where the keynote is given. If ...
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Bing Adds UFC Fighters to Instant Answers
Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 7, 2009

If you're into UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), then you have a new way to get quick info on the mixed martial arts organization. Bing has added UFC athlete information to its Instant Answers feature. Simply type the athlete name into the Bing search box and you'll get the Instant Answer: This update ...
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Search Engine Watch Forum Discussions

crawlers are very much irregular Aug 7, 2009
Hi I have a website and the home page of it is crawled by crawlers daily but on my services page the crawlers are very much irregular, although I am very much regular with my link building activity. Please help Thanks in advance!
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RushmoreDrive shuts down Aug 7, 2009
RushmoreDrive.com, an Ask spinoff aimed at black people, gave it up a few weeks ago and shut down. Lesson learned: do not create a search engine with a 7-second load time for each view of the home page.
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Video Preview on Hover Aug 6, 2009
Interesting report (to me, anyway) about Bing's ability to offer thumbnail 30-second previews of videos in search results when you hover your mouse over them. Of course, people are complaining that this lets kids get to porn that much easier, but I say, what's the difference between a hover and a ...
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Google Testing New SERPs Layout for PPC Ads Aug 5, 2009
We spotted this earlier today when doing a search with Google in Firefox. The ads no longer float to the right hand side of the page when you expand your browser. They now stay snugly up against the organic listings. Seems to be a test as it was not doing ...
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