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  1. Black Friday Readiness With Search in Mind: Is Your Business Ready?

    With holiday shopping looming, retailers continue to look for what will give them the edge during the 2013 shortened holiday season. The climbing popularity of consumer showrooming – checking prices and product information while shopping in stores...

  2. Responsive Now! The Rise of Front-End Frameworks & Potential Pitfalls to Consider

    Google has raised its demand for a quality user experience, so it's no wonder responsive design is back on everyone's mind. Google's announcement that responsive web design is its preferred method for mobile delivery, coupled with its recent...

  3. Where to Start When Considering Managing SEO: In-House, Balanced, Agency

    Many companies can't deny the lure of driving millions of pre-qualified visitors to their website. Organic search is, and will continue to be, a trusted source of quality traffic online. Where to begin, when deciding on whether to build an in-house...

  4. Twitter Ad Revenue Play: Now Allowing More Search Engine Indexing

    With the new indexing direction, searches for keywords like “Ford” could potentially direct Google/Bing searchers to Twitter’s internal search for the term. Twitter has updated their robots.txt file to allow search engines to crawl more of the site.

  5. 3M on Winning the Second Click with Big Data Appliances at BrightEdge #Share12

    For example, a query for a 'flat bed liner' means a different thing to someone from a Ford IP address than it does from a visitor from the trucking industry. On Wednesday I will be moderating a panel at BrightEdge Share 12, on the theme of a "New...

  6. How To Control Google’s Largest Search Partner: AOL Search

    Think about it, would you use the same ad to sell a Ford Mustang to an 18 year old as you would a 65 year old? These partners have been made up of the likes of AOL, ASK.com, CNN and others. Google keep’s the full list under wraps similar to how an...

  7. Searchers Don’t Want Social in the SERPs, Prefer Bing’s Layout to Google’s [Study]

    It can be really difficult for people to imagine what ‘could be’ in an industry--Henry Ford famously once said, “If I had asked people what they wanted, they would have said faster horses. As the SERPs have continuously evolved over the years...