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  1. Search Week in Review for Feb. 19, 2011

    SES Conference & Expo Normally, events like SES London 2011 generate a great deal of buzz during the conference. Here's a recap of this week's columns and news stories for the week of Feb.to 19, as reported by Search Engine Watch, as well as search...

  2. The Second Life Tinfoil Hat Theory Part 5: A Skylight Suddenly Appears (But Search is Still Broken.)

    At the last Second Life Community Conference back in July, Philip Rosedale (at that time acting CEO of Linden Lab) announced a new catchphrase: Fast, Easy, Fun. Sometimes, when you write a weekly column, the news breaks just before press time.

  3. Everyone is Twittering, But Is Anyone Listening?

    This was helped by the conference being kicked off by an energetic keynote speaker and Twitteraholic Guy Kawasaki. Everyone was aflutter with Twitter at Search Engine Strategies New York. Real-time updates of news events, especially natural disasters.

  4. Social Media Madness -- The Sweet 16, Part 2

    The only major search marketing conference and expo on the East Coast, SES New York will be packed with more than 70 sessions, plus more than 150 exhibitors, networking events, parties, and training days.

  5. Universal Search Should Be a Plus

    The only major search marketing conference and expo in the Midwest will be packed with 60-plus sessions, multiple keynotes and Orion Strategy sessions, exhibitors, networking events, and more. The organic results could also yield a result for the...

  6. Marketing Pitches: Don't Strike Out With Your Audience

    The only major search marketing conference and expo in the Midwest will be packed with 60-plus sessions, multiple keynotes and Orion Strategy sessions, exhibitors, networking events, and more. It's something that many new journalists do with a news...

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  7. SEO Success -- Guess What...Content Works!

    Sometimes, I can point out a couple of things that will make a near-immediate impact on Web sites -- such as fixing a duplicate content/mirror issue by implementing a 301 permanent redirect strategy, correcting a robots.txt file (I spoke with...