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Danny Goodwin

Danny Goodwin

Associate Editor

Search Engine Watch

Articles by Danny Goodwin

  1. Why Digg Briefly Vanished From Google's Search Results

    The Internet was certainly talking about Digg today when people discovered the social news site was no longer appearing in Google's search results. Was it penalized? Did Digg have an issue with its robots.txt file? No. It was all Google's fault.

  2. eBay vs. PPC: Yes, Paid Ads Still Work

    An eBay study on the effectiveness of paid search advertising claims that brand keyword ads provide no short-term benefits and negative return on investment (on average). Our jury of PPC experts had plenty to say about this hotly debated topic.

  3. The Networking Guide to SES New York 2013 #SESNY

    While the 60+ sessions on the agenda are reason enough to attend SES New York 2013, some of the greatest tips you may take home from the conference come after hours – during networking events with more than 100 speakers and your fellow attendees.

  4. Google Grabs More Search Market Share, Now at 67.5%

    Google now owns 67.5 percent of the U.S. search market. After reaching 67 percent for the first time in November and repeating the feat in January, Google has topped its own record and strengthened its market share stranglehold, comScore reported.

  5. Matt Cutts: Google Adding Panda to Real-Time Algorithm

    Google Panda will soon evolve from monthly (or so) manual refreshes to a constant part of Google’s real-time algorithm, according to Google’s Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts. The latest (possibly final?) Panda refresh is expected today or Monday.

  6. Google Reader Going Away July 1

    Citing declining usage and a focus on fewer products, Google today gave notice to its loyal (but apparently too few in number) users that its RSS platform is going away permanently via a message in Google Reader and a couple of blog posts.

  7. Final Day to Save Big on SES New York 2013

    Want to upgrade your marketing skills or discover new ideas, tools, and strategies from industry experts, or simply experience some amazing networking opportunities – all while saving money? Then you should book your trip to SES New York 2013 today.

  8. Goodbye, Scroogled?

    Scroogled, the attack ad campaign Microsoft launched to initially attack Google for switching its shopping results to a paid model and grew to include critiques about Google “reading” the emails of its users to serve ads, is on its last legs.