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  1. Why 7 Search Results in Google Should be Your Brand New Lucky Number

    What do you see in addition to SEW’s main domain: Wikipedia. As then-Google CEO Eric Schmidt told the New York Times in 2010: A big change seems to be underway on Google, most likely designed to give brands more control of the search results...

  2. Rumors of the Press Release's Death have been Greatly Exaggerated

    Ninety-five percent use Google/search engines, 93 percent use the company web site, 47 percent use Wikipedia, 36 percent use the web site of a commercial newswire, 34 percent use the company blog, 33 percent use social networks, 32 percent use...

  3. Rip Van Winkle: Waking Up to Discover Social Media 101

    Image via Wikipedia If Rip Van Winkle had walked into the Hilton New York to attend SES New York 2010, he might not have realized right away that a revolution had taken place since he'd attended Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004.

  4. Rip Van Winkle: "Things Change Fast in Today's World"

    Image via Wikipedia SES New York Responds to Reasons Search Engine Marketers Attend SEM Conferences (prweb.com) That's why the six years between Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004 and SES New York 2010 seems like the 20 years that Rip Van Winkle was...

  5. Rip Van Winkle: Paid Inclusion & Trusted Feeds at Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004

    Image via Wikipedia For example, there were sessions entitled "Introduction to Search Engine Marketing" and "Link Building Basics" six years ago, which were still being held at SES New York 2010. Maybe they mistakenly think that the search industry...

  6. Rip Van Winkle: Use Tiger Woods as Wake Up Call for Going to SES New York Next Year

    Image via Wikipedia But, ask them if they are responsible for optimizing the Wikipedia content, image results, or video results that appear underneath, and don't be surprised if they say, "That's not my job.

  7. Rip Van Winkle: Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004 vs. SES New York 2010

    Image via Wikipedia After returning from SES New York 2010, my wife asked to clean out the bags of stuff that I've piled in the garage from other shows. So this week, I plan to take a closer look at the hot topics at Search Engine Strategies NYC...

  8. .Fox Networks and comScore Unveil Research About Branding Impact of Online Advertising

    Image via Wikipedia Last week, .Fox Networks (pronounced "dot-fox") and comScore unveiled the findings of a ground-breaking U.K.study at the Advertising Research Foundation's 2010 conference in New York.

  9. One Man's Keywords are Another Man's List of Forbidden 'Newsspeak' Words and Phrases

    Image via Wikipedia In fact, I still refer online editors to the now classic article by Steve Lohr of The New York Times that is entitled, "The Boring Headline Is Written for Google. Earlier today, in my post "Pew Internet Project Describes the...

  10. Outsell forecasts that online spending will overtake print in 2010

    Image via Wikipedia One of the print media companies that is making the transition to online media is The New York Times. At SES New York 2009, Byron Gordon of SEO-PR interviewed S. Murray Gaylord, VP Marketing, New York Times, on social media's...

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

    Are Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft Tagspace, Wikipedia and new sites allowing content to be shared through "tagging" a great way to tap into links and search-driven traffic? With Search Engine Strategies getting underway next week, veterans of SES...