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  1. 5 Reasons Why People Hate International Search Marketing

    Seeing how people react to your work from different countries, cultures, and languages is very rewarding and insightful – and if you get good at it, your boss might just let you travel after all. If you’re marketing to Japanese, then put a Japanese...

  2. SEO for Naver – Korea’s Largest Search Engine

    Due to the nature of Korean language syllabification, it’s harder to understand the meanings by separation than other languages. Knowledge Qweb content” in Korean, Naver figured out that user-generated content (UGC) might be the key to solving its...

  3. Google Celebrates 100,000th Knol

    Knol has grown quickly and the interface is now available in eight languages including Arabic, English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Portuguese and Spanish. Knols have been written in 59 languages thus far.

  4. Google Translate Adds Widget, Notranslate Code Snippets

    Available languages include: Google Translate Adds 11 Languages Korean It's very Google branded, so that may deter some, but here's what it looks like: Secondly, there are code snippets available if you do NOT want Google to be able to translate...

  5. SearchDay: Search Ad Tools Help Manage Complexity

    Yahoo Adds Speed, Smarts, and Languages to Safari Plug-In, Inquisitor Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 13, 2008 Just 3 months after acquiring the assets of the Safari search plug-in, Inquisitor, Yahoo is announcing updates to the add-on.

  6. Google Website Optimizer Tool is Out of Beta!

    As an example, GWO is now available in 27 languages worldwide: Czech, Danish, Dutch, English (Australia, UK & U.S. Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil & Portugal...