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  1. Search, Social Media & the Offline Purchase

    We call it word of mouth. If we expect consumer trends to hold steady, then we can expect that consumer activity driven by word-of-mouth will usually culminate in an offline resolution. These too are indexed by search engines (for the most part...

  2. Localizing Websites: Why it Pays to Target Countries and Not Languages

    That's still better than referencing "poutine" on your French site, though -- people will likely think you've misspelled a curse word, which is embarrassing on more than one level. This isn't always possible or financially feasible, though, so...

  3. Implementing your Search Strategy for the Latino Market, Part 1

    Underscores are now word separators, proclaims Google, CNET News Building content naturally also lets you receive traffic from Spain and Latin America.says William Alvarez, marketing manager of Torrenegra Internet Solutions.

  4. New Search Patent Applications: June 19, 2006 - Autolinking, and Better Advertising through Deletion Predictions

    The pre-filtering components may include either a phrase length pre-filtering component or a word hash pre-filtering component. In particular, methods to assign a global ranking value to a data object based on a combination of that object's link...

  5. Search Engine Optimization for Podcasts

    Podscope is the first podcast search engine that actually looks for and listens to every spoken word in a podcast," said David Ives, President and CEO of TVEyes. Podcasting is comparatively new, though there are already numerous podcast search...

  6. New Search Service from TVEyes Offers Free Keyword Search Of Some Web-Based TV News Content & Lots More Video Search

    A new free service from multimedia search engine TVEyes allows a searcher to keyword search each and every word spoken during tv news segment from well-known news organizations. TVEyes is utilzing voice recognition technology to create a "Spoken...