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  1. Didit Buys Inceptor to Co-Promote SEO, Shopping Feed Services

    This acquisition is particularly interesting, as it marks Didit’s re-entry to SEO. Didit co-founder Kevin Lee has become CEO of both Didit, out of Mineola, New York and the Boston-area Inceptor. Didit has acquired SEO, social and comparison...

  2. SearchDay | Putting the 'Search' in Research

    Entitled "The Financial Terrorist," the story went on the frontlines to Cleveland, Ohio, with NACA CEO Bruce Marks, "a man trying to restore the American Dream. SEW Webcast with Bill Hunt Tomorrow Posted by Kevin Newcomb Sep 8, 2009 It's a fact of...

  3. SearchDay | Do You Track Searcharoundings?

    Question Marks and Query Strings Apr 14, 2009 Long ago, it was said that search engines didn't index URLs with querystrings in them. KevinRyan Do You Track Searcharoundings? SEW EXPERTS: SEARCHING FOR MEANING With advances in targeting, we often...

  4. SearchDay | Are You Giving Away Free SEO Advice?

    Question Marks and Query Strings Apr 14, 2009 Long ago, it was said that search engines didn't index URLs with querystrings in them. MarkJackson Are You Giving Away Free SEO Advice? SEW EXPERTS: AU NATURAL It can be frustrating for an SEO to go to...

  5. Google Code Jam Rocks Summer '08

    This year marks the first year with regional semifinal playoffs in over ten countries. Registration opened today for Google Code Jam 2008. Programmers will use their coding skills, creativity, and ingenuity to solve a series of challenges.

  6. Is Google App Engine HuddleChat a Campfire Rip-Off?

    App Engine marks the first full-frontal Google assault on Amazon. Of all the App Engine apps in all the developer joints in all the Google universe, Google walks into a land mine: HuddleChat. There's only one problem: HuddleChat is a dead ringer...

  7. Dana Todd and Sarah Holoubek on SEMPO at SES NY 2008

    This year marks the fourth year of SEMPO's “State of the Market” survey and subsequent report – a bellwether of search market trends. Kevin Newcomb also covered the results of the survey in a post entitled, “Search Spend Seems Healthy Despite...