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  1. A New Direction for SEO in 2014: The Secure Search Manifesto

    Ensure that you are measuring and tracking universal/blended rank. In 2014, rank means ensuring that you have complete visibility into how content appears in the SERPs by device type (mobile, tablet, desktop) in universal listings, and by location...

  2. Panda, Fresher Results, Spelling Top Google’s January 2012 Search Updates

    Google also has “made an adjustment” to how news results are blended in universal search. Google also reminded website owners that Google reserves the right to change how your title appears in Google’s search result pages – which is hardly a new...

  3. Did-It Does It Again - Uninformed Controversy As Publicity

    Universal and Blended Search" may be the session for you. It seems that being controversial is a major way to get new business in the Web 3.0 world over at Did-It, if the company's editor-in-chief Steve Baldwin's article about this week's SES...

  4. A Guide to Search Engine Strategies New York 2009

    My last two top choices on Monday would be "Universal and Blended Search: An Update," which wins for me because of the overall panel and "Video Search Engine Optimization: 2009 and Beyond" because of the growing value of video as part of a...

  5. SES New York is SEO Conference for Search Engine Optimizers

    pm-4:00pm -- Universal and Blended Search: An Update pm-5:30pm -- Video Search Engine Optimization: 2009 and Beyond For the past few days, I've outlined the sessions at Search Engine Strategies New York that should appeal to newbies and veterans...

  6. Meet the Conference Speakers at SES London 2009 - Part 2

    She is moderating the Orion Panel about "Universal & Blended Search" on Tuesday, Feb.moderating the "Search Advertising Tools" and speaking about "Video & Podcast SEO" on Wednesday, Feb. Next up is Jennifer Evans Laycock, Editor-in-Chief of Search...

  7. Ten Top Stories from SES Chicago 2008 for Day 1

    He gave an overview about universal/blended search results across the major search engines: Yahoo, Microsoft, and Google. He also shared a some new search user research about universal search results with Byron Gordon of SEO-PR.