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  1. SearchDay | Is Twitter a Google Killer? Not Yet

    Search Engine Submission 101, Part 2 SEW EXPERTS: SEM 101 Search engine submission is not a silver bullet that will instantly launch you into higher rankings. Yahoo Search Engine Ranking Positions May 15, 2009 Hi There - I have a couple of sites...

  2. SearchDay | CEOs Should Drink the Social Media Kool-Aid

    Search Engine Submission 101, Part 2 SEW EXPERTS: SEM 101 Search engine submission is not a silver bullet that will instantly launch you into higher rankings. Yahoo Search Engine Ranking Positions May 15, 2009 Hi There - I have a couple of sites...

  3. Local Search 101, Part 1

    Instead of taking you to the home page, I found links that will take you directly to the free submission. For each business listing, make sure that your information is complete and correct and that it uses the same keywords you use on your Web site.

  4. Press Releases and Search Engine Optimization

    Standard Visibility: Basic submission, inclusion on Google and Yahoo News, two-day distribution, $80. Pricing for their optimized releases is currently $225 per release with a Business Wire circuit, and $295 if ordered standalone (a free membership...

  5. SEO Mos Def Busted by WA State Atty General: $450,000 Penalty Looms

    The company may provide Web site design services to new customers, as well, provided such services don't include the creation of metatags or keywords or submission to search engines. Internet Advancement of Redmond, which also does business as...

  6. SES New York and You

    We'll provide category information for all attendees and the submission and judging process will be posted shortly to Search Engine Watch. Gordon McLeod, president, The Wall Street Journal Digital Network, opens Day 3 with his thoughts on how one...

  7. Highlights from the SEW Blog: February 25-29, 2008

    Google Yahoo MSN Live Sitemaps: Cross-Hosting Grokked by SEOs for SEOsWith sitemaps cross-hosting (or cross-submission), Google, Yahoo, and Microsoft cracked open the door for corporations to outsource search engine optimization.