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Search Engine Forums Spotlight

Links to this week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Google Commands - 'Dangerous' words for Domain Names? - Yahoo News Rocks! Here's Why... - AdWords Campaign Budgets - Google Claims It Is a Victim of Its Own System - Google Quality of Pages and Search Engine Results Pages - How to Torpedo the Google Juggernaut - ClickTracks Vs WebTrends - Big Changes to AdSense Links to this week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Google Commands - 'Dangerous' words for Domain Names? - Yahoo News Rocks! Here's Why... - AdWords Campaign Budgets - Google Claims It Is a Victim of Its Own System - Google Quality of Pages and Search Engine Results Pages - How to Torpedo the Google Juggernaut - ClickTracks Vs WebTrends - Big Changes to AdSense 0 Comments

Search Engines and Legal Issues, Continued

Is copying a web page 'fair use'? How many of your competitors' keywords or trademarks can you legally use on a web page? Recent court cases provided answers. Is copying a web page 'fair use'? How many of your competitors' keywords or trademarks can you legally use on a web page? Recent court cases provided answers. 0 Comments

To Cloak or Not to Cloak?

Love it or hate it, cloaking is the most controversial topic in the world of search engine marketing today. Love it or hate it, cloaking is the most controversial topic in the world of search engine marketing today. 0 Comments

What Search Engines See Isn't Always What You Get

Cloaking is a technique used by some webmasters to deliver one page to a search engine for indexing, while serving an entirely different page to everyone else -- in short, the classic bait and switch technique applied to the web. Cloaking is a technique used by some webmasters to deliver one page to a search engine for indexing, while serving an entirely different page to everyone else -- in short, the classic bait and switch technique applied to the web. 0 Comments

Pagejacking Complaint Involves High-Profile Sites

A complaint has been filed with the US Federal Trade Commission involving the alleged theft of web pages from high profile sites such as Disney, CNET and the Discovery Channel. The complaint claims that the content was "pagejacked" to generate traffic via search engines for other high profile sites such as eToys and Barnes & Noble. A complaint has been filed with the US Federal Trade Commission involving the alleged theft of web pages from high profile sites such as Disney, CNET and the Discovery Channel. The complaint claims that the content was "pagejacked" to generate traffic via search engines for other high profile sites such as eToys and Barnes & Noble. 0 Comments