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  1. SearchDay | Is Twitter a Google Killer? Not Yet

    Twelve bloggers blogging about SES Toronto 2009 Posted by Greg Jarboe May 20, 2009 I know, the above headline above looks like a parody of the Twelve Days of Christmas, and it's only May! News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

  2. SearchDay | The Better You Rank...the Better You Rank!

    SEM is illegal - Unless you are licensed Jan 19, 2009 Catchy headline or reality? News from the Search Engine Watch Blog On a Slow Search News Day: My Google Sauce Dream Posted by Nathania Johnson Jan 20, 2009 My daily search news duties are a bit...

  3. SearchDay | Should You Target the Head or the Long Tail?

    Just a breaking news headline: Bartz is currently executive chairman of Autodesk, a design software company. News from the Search Engine Watch Blog COLUMN: AU NATURAL If you're focused on ranking for that one major keyword, having a deep Web site...

  4. SearchDay | Post-Cyber Monday Marketing Ideas

    Former AOL CEO Jonathan Miller Trying to Raise Funds to Buy All or Part of Yahoo Posted by Nathania Johnson Dec 2, 2008 This is breaking news and it is literally just a headline from the Wall Street Journal at this point.

  5. In the Third Week of New Year's, My SearchDay Gave to Me:

    This week, we’re going to wrap up this SearchDay Carol by trying to predict some of the events, trends, challenges and opportunities that will shape the search engine industry in the coming year. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search...

  6. Google CEO Maps Missions, Stays on Message

    In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline.From The SEW Blog. Execs like Tim Armstrong are charged with selling the advertiser community on the benefits of new uses of the AdWords...

  7. 2005 in Review: The Best Search Engine Watch Forum Posts

    In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline. Most SearchDay readers know that Google makes major changes to its relevancy algorithms from time to time (so do the other engines, but...