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European Search Awards Entry Deadline is Fast Approaching

2014 European Search Awards

Time is quickly running out to enter your nominations for the European Search Awards. The deadline is January 17 for individuals, agencies, or organizations hoping to have their outstanding search achievements in Europe honored during RIMC 2014. January 17 is the deadline for individuals, agencies, or organizations hoping to have their search achievements honored during the European Search Awards. 0 Comments

3 Big PPC Mistakes Even Pros Make & How to Avoid Them

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Everyone makes mistakes. You’ve heard that saying a thousand times, yet it still rings true. Not even seasoned professionals are perfect. Usually blunders are the best way to learn. Here are some mistakes PPC pros have made, and how to avoid them. Everyone makes mistakes. You’ve heard that saying a thousand times, yet it still rings true. Not even seasoned professionals are perfect. Usually blunders are the best way to learn. Here are some mistakes PPC pros have made, and how to avoid them. 0 Comments

Yahoo Considers Express Submission Service

One of the chief complaints that many webmasters have about Yahoo is the inability to get listed. Right behind this is the inability to know if they have even been considered for listing within the web's most important search service. Yahoo receives far more submissions that its editors can review, so just being considered is a challenge. There is no guarantee that an editor will even look at your site. Consequently, many webmasters feel their submissions are in vain One of the chief complaints that many webmasters have about Yahoo is the inability to get listed. Right behind this is the inability to know if they have even been considered for listing within the web's most important search service. Yahoo receives far more submissions that its editors can review, so just being considered is a challenge. There is no guarantee that an editor will even look at your site. Consequently, many webmasters feel their submissions are in vain 0 Comments