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  1. Forget Rankings: Here Are 6 SEO Metrics That Matter

    Established businesses that are going through a rebrand (you’ll want to avoid domains with keywords and focus on your brand name, which is what people will search for). Here’s where it gets tricky: a hit on one of the sitelinks equals a hit to the...

  2. Brand Monitoring: A Guide to Protecting Trademarks on Paid Search

    Advertisers who engage in this practice include authorized resellers, unauthorized resellers, competitors, affiliate marketers, parked domains, spyware/malware/phishing sites, made-for-ads sites, shopping sites, editorial sites, and coupon sites.

  3. SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    This can be especially helpful if a Webmaster or company is using sub-domains that may or may not be hosted in a single country. The domain name or top-level domain. Most countries require address verification during the registration process in...

  4. Search and the Law: Attorney Clarke Douglas Walton

    SEO Myth: Search engines favor large domains, SEO Theory Being that I was a huge Internet nerd, in law school I tailored my studies towards the Internet – lots of IP property matters – copyrights, trademarks, domain name law, etc.

  5. Implementing your Search Strategy for the Latino Market, Part 1

    Separate regions on separate ccTLD domains. So How Many Domains did YOU buy This Month? The TLD identifies the origin of a domain name. According to Ian McAnerin, CEO of McAnerin Networks, the best method for showing up in your targeted country's...

  6. Avoiding Search Engine Woes with Multiple Domains and Websites

    Finally, if a business has international locations, having multiple domains with the appropriate TLD (top-level domain) string is a good strategy. You can own 100 domains covering significantly different products, linking them to a central domain...

  7. Who Runs the .GOV and .EDU Domains?

    There are seven original top-level domains in the Internet Domain Name System (DNS). Unlike most other top-level domains, .gov and .edu are restricted to government and educational institutions. Who's in charge of these protected domains?