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  1. Search Industry Call to Arms: SOPA, Keyword Not Provided and Lying SEOs

    He points to rubbish content designed to generate ad clicks and affiliate income as a growing plague. Fishkin foresees a mainstream backlash against Google’s increasingly aggressive ad placement on SERPs in his 8 Predictions for SEO in 2012 post...

  2. SearchDay | The Future of Affiliate Marketing

    The Future of Affiliate Marketing SEW EXPERTS: SEM CROSSFIRE Affiliate marketing and paid search share a lowly position in the marketing efforts of most Fortune 500 companies, mainly because it seems like a lot of work for a little return.

  3. Taking the Fear Out of Web Analytics for Your Small Business

    Are you making money, signing people up, sending people out (if you're an affiliate and you make money on advertising clicks)? If a site sends you 50 unique visitors a day -- and 25 percent of those convert -- it's worth renewing or buying a better...

  4. Does A Close By Any Other Name Sell As Sweet?

    According to Jeff Molander, who presented at SES New York on a panel that covered how to deal with affiliates, "there is a difference between new customer acquisition (new-to-file) and a past customer coming back to the site through an affiliate...

  5. Yahoo Steps Up Click Fraud Efforts

    Google's Now an Affiliate Marketing Network, ReveNews His team will focus on click fraud, traffic quality, network placement and other marketplace quality issues, including working closely with advertisers and publishers on quality-related matters.

  6. Daily SearchCast, June 1, 2006: New Online Ad Spending Record, Offline Print Ads Disappoint, Ask Debuts Impressive Blog Search, Clickfraud, The Google settlement And Much & More!

    Inside the numbers, search is going to be a fraction of that total spend since media placement with banners, email and affiliate marketing also are represented in "online ad spend" figures. Today's search podcast covers record new online ad...

  7. Google Toolbar's AutoLink & The Need For Opt-Out

    If you have a page about a book, you might not want Google sending someone to Amazon to purchase it, especially without your own affiliate code. I'd strongly encourage reading it, because there are plenty of direct comparisons between what...