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  1. Link Prospector's Guide to the InAnchor Search Operator

    Sample Queries: inanchor:"womens health" allinanchor:womens health inanchor:"glossary of medical terms" I ran a comparison of the top 3 results for 200 ecommerce kws in a medical clothing space. While I didn't find it as exhilerating and productive...

  2. Non-Google Link Strategy: An Example of Stealth Link Marketing

    Their website was quite nice, and they had been trying to rank highly at Google for years for local scuba/diving related terms. The American Medical Association (AMA) is a great example. My prior column "Link for People, Not Search Engines," was...

  3. Healthline and Wolfram Alpha Expand Health and Treatment Research Tools

    That does also mean, though, that the compiled data may be pulling key terms inaccurately; a "Toporol XL" search, for example, shows heart palpitations as a side effect when they are, in fact, the reason for taking the medication.

  4. Being Bad For Great Justice: A New Privacy Scandal Rocks Second Life

    It's a significant savings, in terms of how many employees you need to carry and how much you have to pay them. I've talked here before about how he is a very idealistic person, and believes in the most hands off system possible in terms of Lab...

  5. Google Health Shutting Down Doesn’t Mean Google Has Abandoned Health

    There is what I call a “regression to the mean” for sources on the first page results for the more common healthcare terms such as chronic condition terms such as asthma, diabetes, and arthritis. Very important questions such as “who is the best...

  6. Could A New Technique Change How Search Engines Work?

    The technique uses, from what I understand of it, a form of keyword or semantic latency to associate terms and long tail searches to provide better search results. The process is called diaTM - for dialect topic modeling - and is being initially...

  7. Class Action Suit Targets Google for Revealing Users Search Queries

    These referrer strings are a good method for determining what terms a searcher used to find your website. User search queries can also contain highly-personal and sensitive issues, such as confidential medical information, racial or ethnic origins...