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  1. Navigating Secure Search: From Keywords to Content [BrightEdge Share 14]

    It can often happen if a browser is out of date, like Internet Explorer, for example. The data is only in 90-day segments, so download and archive, Kasteler said. In this session at BrightEdge’s Share 14 event, brands like Groupon, Red Door...

  2. How to Avoid Buying a Bad Domain – Tips From Google's Matt Cutts

    Cutts said another good rule of thumb is to use the Internet Archive. But checking the archive, doing some searches in both Google and Bing, and asking the seller for specific analytics or Google Webmaster Tools data can help ensure that you're...

  3. What is SEM? Depends on Who You Ask

    Those in the Internet marketing industry probably think mostly PPC. A form of internet marketing that seeks to promote websites by increasing their visibility in search engine result pages (SERPs). I think most look at it as some sort of Internet...

  4. PR & SEOs Listen Up! HitTail is Back to Make You Panda Proof

    Regardless of algorithms, links and anchor text, this little fact of the internet elucidates the inalienable right of content creators on the web. All the keywords tracked have been maintained such that some clients now have a 5 year archive of...

  5. Happy Thanksgiving, from All of Us at Search Engine Watch

    I hope those of you that are celebrating the holiday can stay off the Internet and spend some time with those you love. We've been collecting quite the archive of Search Engine Marketing Webcasts. We will not be publishing on Thursday, November 27...

  6. Search Engine Optimization: Back To Basics

    Look at the Internet Archive to see the domain name's history. It's tough to run a business, spend time with the family (did I mention that I have a 4-year-old and twin 18-month-olds? and write a weekly SEO column (70 weeks straight, now).

  7. Yahoo Google Deal: Yahoo Adds AdWords Search Deal

    YHOO), a leading global Internet company, announced today that it has reached an agreement with Google Inc.that will enhance its ability to compete in the converging search and display marketplace, advancing the company's open strategy.