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  1. Visual PR Secrets: Content Power Tips and Social Publishing Trends

    The contrived billboard type Facebook posts and robotic Tweets may have been sufficient yesterday but today's top brands are acting more like publishers, staffed with social editors in a newsroom style setting and mobile photographers are bubbling...

  2. SearchDay | Is it Too Late for Holiday Search Traffic?

    Google Book Search Adds Magazines Posted by Nathania Johnson Dec 9, 2008 In the wake of news that Google has struck a deal with publishers for its book search, and that they've acquired millions of digital newspaper archives, comes news that...

  3. SearchDay | Small Business Site Architecture

    Google Reaches Agreement with Authors, Publishers for Book Search Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 28, 2008 Google has reached an agreement with the Authors Guild and the Association of American Publishers (AAP), which represented a broad class of...

  4. SearchDay: Search Engine Optimization: Back to Basics

    AdGooroo Founder Authors Search Advertising Book Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 19, 2008 Richard Stokes, the founder of search marketing firm AdGooroo, has announced the publication of his new book, Mastering Search Advertising â”” How the Top 3...

  5. Search Headlines & Links: April 8, 2008

    On the 92nd anniversary of the Pulitzer Prize, prizewinners and publishers are fiddling while the newspaper industry is burning. Search Marketing By The Book, Search Insider But in a recent response to the FTC's Self-Regulatory Principles, Google...

  6. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 24-28, 2008

    Some publishers are getting up in arms over a new feature from Google, which allows users to search a publisher's site without leaving the SERP. Some people are looking for the right book to learn everything there is to know about SEM.

  7. Top ten stories from SES New York – Day 1

    The two discuss issues such as spam, the search engine optimization (seo) philosophy as a whole and its problematic frictions between publishers and users in the battles for visibility and search relevance.