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  1. As Goes Paid Search, So Goes the Election?

    The 23 keyword terms sponsored by barackobama.com that gained the most impressions pre-election included both Barack and Michelle’s names (and Bill Clinton’s) as well as several topical issues of importance to Obama’s supporters (Obamacare...

  2. Obama vs. Romney: Search for Next President Reveals Astonishing Facts

    However, requests such as “Obama on immigration” and “Obama on taxes” win the documentation collectively, hence trailing behind individually. We are able to elect our leaders and live without limitation.

  3. Google Forfeiture: Government Splits $500 Million

    Postal Service, IRS, Secret Service and Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Select Rhode Island law enforcement agencies are about to beef up their training, equipment and investigative budgets. Five agencies that participated in the investigation...

  4. Black, White, and Blue all Over

    This means topics that are germane to L.A.such as car culture, immigration, and of course entertainment, which represents a $25 million print and online ad market. SEO rarely comes up in the same breath as newspapers, unless perhaps it stands for a...

  5. Search marketing to Latinos – Interview with Manny Ruiz of Hispanic PR Wire

    We have 16 categories of news that ranges from arts and culture, automotive, business and finance, immigration, etc. Grant Crowell interviews Many Ruiz, President and CEO of Hispanic PR Wire on optimizing news releases for the Latino market.

  6. John McCain and Hillary Clinton post on Yahoo Answers

    And John McCain's question has currently solicited over 15,000 answers with responses ranging from placing a limit on politicians' compensation and tenure, to changing rules for lobbyist endorsements and taking a closer look at immigration policy.

  7. Google Ad Policies To Be Expanded Publicly

    Is an ad against a particular immigration law racist, or again part of a political discourse? Last month, the San Francisco Chronicle had a long article exploring many of Google's unpublished rules on what it will and will not accept in advertising.