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  1. SearchDay | The Future of Affiliate Marketing

    The Future of Affiliate Marketing SEW EXPERTS: SEM CROSSFIRE Affiliate marketing and paid search share a lowly position in the marketing efforts of most Fortune 500 companies, mainly because it seems like a lot of work for a little return.

  2. SearchDay | Selling SEO During an Economic Downturn

    Selling SEO During an Economic Downturn SEM CROSSFIRE In a down economy, business development for SEO becomes increasingly important. Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version

  3. SearchDay | SEO Dreams are Made of This

    Creating Simple, Yet Impressive Charts SEM CROSSFIRE Making reports that can be viewed and understood by clients or C-level executives can be challenging, but one impactful way to provide the data is with charts.

  4. SearchDay | The Organic and Paid Balancing Act

    SEO During E-Commerce Application Development SEM CROSSFIRE E-commerce applications for Web sites can take thousands of hours to build, and require patience and determination on the part of the organization.

  5. SearchDay | Measuring a Text Ad's Effectiveness

    Google's New Tools for Site Link Strengthening SEM CROSSFIRE Google recently turned its focus on helping webmasters to address 404 error pages, which don't pass link authority and negatively impact the user experience.

  6. SearchDay | Interpreting Keyword Reports

    SEM CROSSFIRE To achieve SERP nirvana, your search engine optimization and paid search efforts must have the same goal. Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version

  7. SearchDay | Would You Endorse this Web Site?

    SEO Reporting: Going Beyond Rankings SEM CROSSFIRE Enterprise-level SEO provides consistently outstanding ROI over the life of the project. Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version

  8. SearchDay | Killer PPC Ads: The Final Word

    All That Glitters Is Not Chrome SEM CROSSFIRE With the launch of Google's Chrome browser Tuesday, the Google machine moves into another territory. Full story » Print version Full story » Print version