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  1. Obama’s Google+ Hangout: Google Angers Potheads, President Won’t Dance a Jig

    Users took to YouTube to submit and vote on questions before the event. You have 30 seconds to ask the president of the United States of America a personal question; something that could give you and everyone watching greater insight into just what...

  2. UK Election 2010: Personal Democracy Forum (#pdfge2010) Action Replay

    As Benjamin Ellis (@benjaminellis), Sumeet Vermani (@SumeetV), Steve Lawson (@solobasssteve), Judith Clegg (@judithclegg), Swatee (@Swatee), and Vote Clegg Get Clegg (@Coalitionuk) all tweeted, Creasy said, "I picked up at least 500-600 votes...

  3. UK Election 2010: What's So Bad About a Hung Parliament?

    Thanks to practices borrowed from American presidential campaigns, a two-party race has become a three-party affair and instead of choosing a stodgy party, as they are accustomed to doing, British citizens are being asked to vote for a charismatic...

  4. SearchDay | Setting up PPC Campaigns 101

    Assessing the Success of Our Promotion SEW EXPERTS: PROMOTION & LINK BUILDING Did Search Engine Watch readers vote for their favorite promotion ideas? Fishing for SEO SEW EXPERTS: OUTSOURCED The old proverb about giving a man a fish vs.teaching...

  5. Globalization of Content Theft - A Personal Story

    But I vote to bring them back. Do not do business with [Name edited out] of [Location edited out] - he is not an honorable man. Please read the follow-up post after reading this one. Unfortunately at least one reader and member of the Global...

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

    An informal vote of web developers and wiki enthusiasts showed 61% were in favor of removing nofollow from Wikipedia links. Of course, one man's safety net could be another man's Exhibit A. "In this ecosystem," wrote one analyst recently, "Matt...

  7. "Gnomedex 2002" On Google Shows Again The Need For Webmaster Control Over Titles & Descriptions

    Representative not to vote against net neutrality, as they did yesterday. Man, can't the ODP get a break? I'm usually not one to do much with screenshots, but I'm jumping into them big time with this post to help illustrate why this problem is...