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  1. Susan Wojcicki Replaces Salar Kamangar as Head of YouTube

    A couple of weeks later at the Video Summit in San Francisco, a keynote panel discussed the question, "Is YouTube's Business Model Broken? In early July 2013, Search Engine Watch took a hard look at "How to Make Money on YouTube" and concluded...

  2. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    An in-depth session at SES San Francisco 2013, Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda, looked at the types of Google penalties and algorithm updates that can impact your site, why your site may have been affected, and how to recover.

  3. Can the SEO-PR Love Affair Survive After Panda & Penguin?

    Catch up with Lisa Buyer at SES San Francisco on the panel Social Media that Won’t Break the Bank. Work with content partners and sites Google considers to be good neighbors. It was more than dating. It was a hardcore relationship that was...

  4. YouTube Live Adds Real Time Analytics, Paid Live Streaming & More

    When the initial rollout of YouTube Live was announced on April 8, 2011, there was some confusion over the name because YouTube’s first official community celebration on the Herbst Pavilion in the Fort Mason Center in San Francisco had also...

  5. Google Wants to Get More Local Businesses Online

    Google is extending its offerings for small, local businesses with the addition of city pages highlighting Google Places pages and Google Offers for San Francisco, CA, and Charlotte, NC. Now users and business owners in both San Francisco...

  6. Has Same-Sex Marriage Controversy Caused Google To Retreat From Open Gay Support?

    During Gay Pride celebrations last year Google was very visible in its support, with banner-carrying employees attending various events throughout the world including Chicago, San Francisco, Dublin, and Jerusalem.

  7. You Can Now Get '15 Minutes of Fame' with YouTube videos

    At SES San Francisco -- during Connected Marketing Week -- Jonathan Allen, the Director of Search Engine Watch, Baljeet Singh, the Senior Product Manager of YouTube and the Google Content Network, and I will be analyzing and auditing attendee web...