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  1. How to Understand Your Google “Not Provided” Traffic

    In the top Analytics navigation under “Standard Reporting” click “Advanced Segments” In the top Analytics navigation under “Standard Reporting” click “Advanced Segments” If you didn't notice the Search Engine Watch article from October 19, 2011...

  2. Augmented Reality (AR): A New World Order - SES San Francisco

    Navigation and discovery It's been a real pleasure blogging for Search Engine Watch these past few days. Enhance decision making process (e.g.superimposing house specs and prices in real estate) Luckily we can end on a high with a fix of Augmented...

  3. Hunch Adds Shortcuts to Help Users Navigate Topics

    They've added "shortcut topics," which aid in navigation. Hunch, the decision engine that launched just after that *other* decision engine, has already added an update to their site. If you haven't visited Hunch yet, then you need to know that the...

  4. Users and Search Engines Want the Same Things

    Having every page on the site link to every other page on the site via tons of navigation that drops down and flies out is a great way to irritate the user, and some navigation just can't be crawled by the search engines.

  5. Why Retailers Should Be Day Trippers to SES Chicago

    End-users are increasingly losing patience with multiple navigation options on websites and are looking to search as the answer. But there are lots of very current reasons why retailers should consider becoming day trippers to Search Engine...

  6. Blog Content Influences Consumer Buying Behavior

    The results also suggest that consumers who read blogs more than once per month -- or frequent blog readers -- use blogs as the top online navigation tool to discover other blog content, ranking higher than general Web search or blog search.

  7. Taking the Offline Business Online

    Navigation should be simple, each product should have its own page, and the checkout process should be smooth and require as little input from you as possible. I generally advise against this -- you can do much better with a simply built site done...