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  1. The Relentless Pounding of Google Panda: Why SEO Band-Aids Won't Work

    Addressing one or two problems, while leaving several in place, isn't a long-term solution for keeping Panda at bay. And sitting in the gray area can drive a business owner mad. I'd rather have a client recover and build upon a clean foundation...

  2. Meetup Groups Talk Industry Changes, Budgets, and Q4 Tips Ahead of SES San Francisco

    Nine Bay Area Meetup Groups plan to attend the SES San Francisco networking cocktail reception on Wednesday, Sept.for a collaborative get together with SES attendees, speakers and exhibitors. This will be the first time that this many Meetup Groups...

  3. SEO Into 2014: The Irreversible Changes in Google's Products

    In the same way that users seek out curated listening experiences by theme – music for “Taking a Sunny Stroll” – they too will be more open to exploring reservation options for “fine dining restaurants Montreal", “Lower East Side boutiques”, or...

  4. Google Cars: New Sponsored Results Not Yet Generating Many Car Leads

    In the San Francisco Bay area, where I live, Google has quietly launched what is being referred to as Google Cars – a new addition to Google’s comparison ads (those “Sponsored” ads appearing between the PPC ads and organic results).

  5. Eric Schmidt on Search Result Answers, Social Failures & Google Offers Launch

    While Portland is now officially available, NYC Downtown, NYC Midtown, NYC Uptown, Oakland / East Bay, and San Francisco are still listing as "coming soon. The first business Portland-area residents can expect to find is a 70 percent discount on...

  6. News Picks: More Instant Fallout, GoDaddy.com for Sale, Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn All See Growth

    Google donates $50,000 to the American Red Cross Bay Area Chapter to help with relief efforts. We report the top search marketing news daily here at the Search Engine Watch Blog. Here's a look at more news and helpful advice from around the Web...

  7. Social Media Marketers Can Learn Lessons from Paul Revere's Ride

    In his book The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference (Back Bay Books, 2002), Malcolm Gladwell compares the two alarm riders. As the map below illustrates, as many as 40 riders carried news of the British expedition throughout...