SEO News

9 2004

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  1. Are the Brains of Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization Sartorially Challenged?

    The Boston Globe has just published it's list of "The 25 most stylish Bostonians" and I'm not on it. And I'm starting to think that I may owe SEM industry observer, Meredith A.C. Roth, an apology. Back on July 28, 2004, Roth issued a press release...

  2. Social Media Madness - The Final Four

    NCAA March Madness is in full swing, and so is Social Media Madness! We started our own Big Dance with 16, but now the Final Four is starting to come into focus, thanks to all of you who have voted for your favorite social media sites.

  3. SES New York Veterans Don't Need No Schedule Optimization

    With Search Engine Strategies getting underway next week, veterans of SES New York don't need no stinking schedule optimization services -- even if I do offer them for free. A quick look at the conference agenda will reassure them that there is...

  4. Keynote speakers posted for Search Engine Strategies Chicago

    The keynote speakers for Search Engine Strategies Chicago have just been posted to the website for the SEM conference. And check out the heavy hitters: Lawrence Lessig, the Professor of Law at Stanford Law School, is giving the opening keynote on...

  5. Why search engine marketers should attend SES Toronto 2008

    Search engine marketers on both sides of the Canadian – American border should attend Search Engine Strategies Toronto, which is being held at Metro Toronto Convention Centre June 17-18, 2008. Why? If you are one of the 1,250 alumni who attended...

  6. Schedule optimization for SES New York

    The biggest Search Engine Strategies conference of the year will be held the week of March 17 in New York City. Whether this will be your first SES New York, or the fifth one in a row that you've attended since 2004, you might appreciate some free...

  7. Yahoo! Distributing Overture Settlemtent Funds

    I received 5 emails from Yahoo today. Upon opening them I found out I was over $11,000 richer. The largess came from claims I had made last year as part of the class action suit against Yahoo. The claim covered any errors in Overture's budgeting...