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Surplus Of Search Engine Marketing Reports

It's been a busy few weeks for reports about search engine marketing issues, with three different publications having been released recently. They cover the issues of selecting a search engine marketing firm, which search engine marketing strategies seem to work and a review of how the web sites of Fortune 100 companies rate in terms of search engine friendliness. It's been a busy few weeks for reports about search engine marketing issues, with three different publications having been released recently. They cover the issues of selecting a search engine marketing firm, which search engine marketing strategies seem to work and a review of how the web sites of Fortune 100 companies rate in terms of search engine friendliness. 0 Comments

Inktomi To Offer Paid Submit Option

In the wake of LookSmart's new pay-for-consideration system, Inktomi has just announced that it will offer a pay for inclusion service later this year. The program will initially launch in conjunction with Network Solutions, but it will likely be expanded to allow Inktomi's search engine partners and perhaps selected submission services to participate, according to Inktomi. In the wake of LookSmart's new pay-for-consideration system, Inktomi has just announced that it will offer a pay for inclusion service later this year. The program will initially launch in conjunction with Network Solutions, but it will likely be expanded to allow Inktomi's search engine partners and perhaps selected submission services to participate, according to Inktomi. 0 Comments

Infoseek Meta Tag Limits Unchanged

Infoseek's product manager has reaffirmed that there is no particular limit over the number of times a word may be repeated in the meta keyword tag. In September, Infoseek's customer support started saying there was a new "three word limit," despite the fact that there are no posted limits at all. Infoseek product manager Sue LaChance Porter said this was a mistake. "There is no hard and fast rule about the number of keywords allowed in these tag fields, at some point we'd just stop counting Infoseek's product manager has reaffirmed that there is no particular limit over the number of times a word may be repeated in the meta keyword tag. In September, Infoseek's customer support started saying there was a new "three word limit," despite the fact that there are no posted limits at all. Infoseek product manager Sue LaChance Porter said this was a mistake. "There is no hard and fast rule about the number of keywords allowed in these tag fields, at some point we'd just stop counting 0 Comments

Lawsuit Over Meta Tag Keywords

The law firm of Oppedahl & Larson filed a lawsuit against several companies that used its name within meta tags. A look at the dispute and possible implications it might have for webmasters. The law firm of Oppedahl & Larson filed a lawsuit against several companies that used its name within meta tags. A look at the dispute and possible implications it might have for webmasters. 0 Comments