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David Card

  1. International SEO Gone Wrong: 7 Assumptions Can Ruin Your Program

    Do you enjoy playing 52-card pickup? Your domestic SEO program is progressing well. Your rankings are up, traffic is up, and conversions are looking good. But something is seriously amiss abroad. Those optimizations you sent to the UK team still...

  2. SES New York 2009 Offers an Expo Only Pass (Free in Advance)

    While you're there, pick up their FREE guide, 9 Tips for Organizing Your PPC Campaigns, and enter for a chance to WIN a $100 gift card. A "Power PPC Advertising Clinic," which will be held from 2:00 to 3:00 pm by David Szetela, CEO of Clix Marketing.

  3. SearchDay | What Should You Do When You Get Canned?

    Other candidates include high-profile household names such as the world's largest credit card . David Harry, aka TheGypsy, has interpreted yet another series of Google patents that give insight into International and local search results.

  4. SearchDay | Killer PPC Ads: The Final Word

    I'm Google, And I've Just Found.The Internet Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 8, 2008 A new patent filing by Google evokes images of a new advertising campaign by AT&T featuring tv anchor Bill Kurtis traveling to the furthest regions of the earth...

  5. What is Valid Link Bait?

    The recent hoax of a 13-year-old ordering hookers on his father's credit card started an interesting conversation about link bait. Thanks to David Wallace for the coverage on that session. Obviously, this was an extreme example, but the responses...

  6. Search Marketers' Wish Lists

    I am always stunned when search engine types admit that they don't have a card – who are they kidding? David Berkowitz, director of emerging media & client strategy at 360i David Wallace, CEO of SearchRank

  7. Digital Marketing Remainders

    As David Card notes, this one does a good job of describing the implications of media fragmentation in market research terms. Noteworthy from the past couple days. Google, Skype, Apple among the most impactful brands of 2005.