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Will Google Reward Secure Websites With Better Search Rankings?

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Is Google considering giving websites that use strong encryption preferential placement in its search results? Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts has hinted at this, having recently spoken about about such a move. Is Google considering giving websites that use strong encryption preferential placement in its search results? Google's Distinguished Engineer Matt Cutts has hinted at this, having recently spoken about about such a move. 0 Comments

Search Marketing in Regulated Industries

Developing and promoting a site for a company in a highly regulated industry can be a challenge to a search marketer on many unforeseen levels. Here's how to avoid common gotchas or even worse consequences. Developing and promoting a site for a company in a highly regulated industry can be a challenge to a search marketer on many unforeseen levels. Here's how to avoid common gotchas or even worse consequences. 0 Comments

Search Marketing in Regulated Industries

Developing and promoting a site for a company in a highly regulated industry can be a challenge to a search marketer on many unforeseen levels. Here's how to avoid common gotchas or even worse consequences. Developing and promoting a site for a company in a highly regulated industry can be a challenge to a search marketer on many unforeseen levels. Here's how to avoid common gotchas or even worse consequences. 0 Comments

Your New Title: The VP of Search

What do the New York Times/About.com, Citicards and Passages drug treatment center have in common? You guessed it, a Vice President of Search, the hottest new title in town. What do the New York Times/About.com, Citicards and Passages drug treatment center have in common? You guessed it, a Vice President of Search, the hottest new title in town. 0 Comments

Search Engine Contextual Ads Gain Momentum

A relatively new form of search engine advertising has nothing to do with search engine results. Instead, 'contextual ads' are displayed on other sites' Web pages, based on the content of pages people are viewing. A relatively new form of search engine advertising has nothing to do with search engine results. Instead, 'contextual ads' are displayed on other sites' Web pages, based on the content of pages people are viewing. 0 Comments

Search Engine Forums Spotlight

Links to this week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Measuring Pay-Per-Click ROI - New Google AdSense Layouts Available for Publishers - Does Keyword In URL Matter? - How to Optimize a Web Page Checklist - Tracking Words or Sets - Google Camouflage - Search Engine Implication Of Using CSS Rather Than Tables Links to this week's topics from search engine forums across the web: Measuring Pay-Per-Click ROI - New Google AdSense Layouts Available for Publishers - Does Keyword In URL Matter? - How to Optimize a Web Page Checklist - Tracking Words or Sets - Google Camouflage - Search Engine Implication Of Using CSS Rather Than Tables 0 Comments

The Search Engine Update - Number 148

This issue contains a look at recent Yahoo changes, the planned phase-out of Google Premium Sponsorships and recaps top search engine stories from mid-April 2003. This issue contains a look at recent Yahoo changes, the planned phase-out of Google Premium Sponsorships and recaps top search engine stories from mid-April 2003. 0 Comments

The Search Engine Update, April 15, 2003, Number 147

Includes stories about a critical look at Google's Porn Filter, Inktomi and Google's win in a recent relevancy test and a mid-month recap of important search engine news during April 2003. Includes stories about a critical look at Google's Porn Filter, Inktomi and Google's win in a recent relevancy test and a mid-month recap of important search engine news during April 2003. 0 Comments

The Search Engine Report - April 2, 2003 Number 77

Sometime next week, Search Engine Watch will undergo itsfirst significant redesign ever. We've donea lot of work behind the scenes toensure that links to old articles and favorite pages you might have bookmarkedwill continue to work. However, as we hit the inevitable bumps, we'll movequickly to smooth the ride. Hope you like the new look, once it's unveiled! Sometime next week, Search Engine Watch will undergo itsfirst significant redesign ever. We've donea lot of work behind the scenes toensure that links to old articles and favorite pages you might have bookmarkedwill continue to work. However, as we hit the inevitable bumps, we'll movequickly to smooth the ride. Hope you like the new look, once it's unveiled! 0 Comments

The Search Engine Report - March 4, 2003 Number 76

It really has been an unprecedented month. Two searchengines are set up for acquisition by Overture in as many weeks, while Googlebuys a blogging firm and also releases an entirely new advertising product,contextual links. I've been writing like mad, to keep up with it all. I'm alsotraveling this week, so I have no ability to print and proof the articles inthis issue of the newsletter. Expect some typos! It really has been an unprecedented month. Two searchengines are set up for acquisition by Overture in as many weeks, while Googlebuys a blogging firm and also releases an entirely new advertising product,contextual links. I've been writing like mad, to keep up with it all. I'm alsotraveling this week, so I have no ability to print and proof the articles inthis issue of the newsletter. Expect some typos! 0 Comments

More Search Engine Strategies

SearchDay's series of special reports from the Search Engine Strategies conference is complete, but here is more conference coverage if you haven't yet had your fill of tips, techniques and tactics from the pros. SearchDay's series of special reports from the Search Engine Strategies conference is complete, but here is more conference coverage if you haven't yet had your fill of tips, techniques and tactics from the pros. 0 Comments