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  1. The Google+ Controversy & Virtual Worlds – A Question Of Identity

    I write here at Search Engine Watch under my real name (a.k.a.wallet name") – the one my parents gave me at birth. Part of this has to do with the ethos behind Facebook and part of it has to do with how Facebook makes money – via the collection...

  2. SearchDay | The Organic and Paid Balancing Act

    News from the Search Engine Watch Blog Search Engine Watch Experts Columns Search Engine Watch Forum Discussions LinkedIn Launches Market Research Survey Service Posted by Nathania Johnson Oct 23, 2008 LinkedIn has launched a new survey feature...

  3. SearchDay | Show Me the Money: Bidding for Profitability

    News from the Search Engine Watch Blog Search Engine Watch Experts Columns Less is More: What Social Media and Electronics Can Teach the Establishment Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 15, 2008 Read the news and it quickly becomes obvious how complex...

  4. SearchDay: SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    News from the Search Engine Watch Blog Gary Price of ResourceShelf Wins SLA President's Citation Posted by Kevin Heisler Jun 17, 2008 The former news editor of Search Engine Watch just won one of the nation's most prestigious awards granted to...

  5. Highlights from the SEW Blog: March 17-21, 2008

    We've collected all the search marketing news from selected posts to the Search Engine Watch blog in the past week, along with recent search-related headlines from around the Web. We report the top search marketing news daily at the Search Engine...

  6. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    We report the top search marketing news daily at the Search Engine Watch Blog. A longer version of this story for Search Engine Watch members covers more of Cutts' talk, including a look at Google's indexing practices, and conspiracy theories...

  7. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    We report the top search marketing news daily at the Search Engine Watch Blog. In 2000, the service went to a monthly update, which included "new binaries, new executables, as well as new algorithms. Sherman's questions, though sometimes...