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  1. Higher Education Searches Rise on Google, Reveal Marketing Opportunity [Study]

    Howard said educational institutes without a physical location should think about how to stress any community-related activities that surround its educational offering, whether it's forums, student organizations, or something else.

  2. Bing Linked Pages Simpler than Google+ Author Markup

    Where those results have previously been dominated by estalished forums, retail brands may now have a chance to claim some personalized SERPs real-estate. The aim is to improve results for searches of your name from within the network of people who...

  3. SearchDay | Search Engine Submission 101

    I touched on the subject here: Continue reading iPhone Searches Longer and More Diverse Than Other Mobile Phones Posted by Nathania Johnson May 11, 2009 Google has released some information...

  4. 3 Keys to a Successful Web Presence

    They love forums. Ever seen Wikipedia show up in your searches on Google? If you're looking for a great book on landing page optimization, check out Tim Ash's book or get some tips in his Search Engine Watch By The Numbers columns.

  5. SearchDay | All That Glitters Is Not Chrome

    Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 5, 2008 In the Search Engine Watch forums, user searchengineman (Does he wear a cape? Google) Insights on VP Candidate Sarah Palin BRAND EQUITY The recently announced Google Insights tool provides unprecedented data...

  6. SEM Tools of the Experts

    Tell us in the SEM Tools of the Experts thread in the Search Engine Watch Forums. Using different variations of searches that are both broad and longer-tailed can lead to great insight as to how people are approaching specific keyword buckets.

  7. SEO Standards Signal the Maturing of Our Industry

    There's a forum discussion about the situation in the Search Engine Watch Forums. Something to prevent an SEO from guaranteeing top 5 positions in Google only to find out they're talking long tail keywords that no one searches for, buying positions...

  8. Defining Yourself Through Search

    You can also share your expertise on social network sites, or within the forums of the associations to which you are linked. Don't forget to create links back to your Web site, blog or profile pages when you post in forums or blogs.