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  1. 6 Billion Hours of Video Watched on YouTube Each Month

    In a post on the YouTube Blog, Kyncl said this new data on Gen C "underscores a shift in consumer behavior, and now, Nielsen has further amplified this point by concluding that YouTube reaches more U.S.adults ages 18-34 than any cable network.

  2. Go to SES Berlin or SES Chicago for "Three Key Trends"

    That might have been persuasive back in the Middle Ages, but it hardly seems relevant or important these days. During the past two weeks, I've given you a couple of reasons why you should go to either Search Engine Strategies Berlin or SES Chicago...

  3. Study: Sizing up the Online Generation Gap

    Generation X, defined as those between the ages of 33 and 44, share some similarities with Gen Y. E-mail is heavily used across all age groups, though Internet users ages 55 and older rely on the medium more heavily.

  4. Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

    No one suggested that the ad reps could get someone an improved ranking, but there were plenty of anecdotes where people found missing pages finally got included or that spam penalties imposed ages ago on a site might get removed.

  5. Google: Can The Marcia Brady Of Search Stay Sweet?

    No one suggested that the ad reps could get someone an improved ranking, but there were plenty of anecdotes where people found missing pages finally got included or that spam penalties imposed ages ago on a site might get removed.

  6. The Search Engine Update, June 3, 2002, Number 126

    Well, I'm back, refreshed from my first long break in ages and saved from mailbox woes after a reader tipped me off to SpamCop.net. To support the contention that the new program is a success, LookSmart issued a release in the middle of last month...

  7. Desperately Seeking Search Engine Marketing Standards

    In particular, there's a schism between those who practice what I've always termed "natural" optimization, which is generally working with existing pages at a web site to make them "search engine friendly," another term I coined ages ago.