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  1. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Yelp does license content from third-party data providers but much of its data comes from users and business owners so proactive content development and curation are essential. To succeed as this app-based search ecosystem evolves, brands need to...

  2. Microsoft adCenter Powers All Paid Search Advertising on Bing / Yahoo Search Alliance in U.S. & Canada

    Now that paid search marketing on 'tier 1' portals is brokered between only two major providers in the USA and Canada, this may be an opportunity to more effectively reach more users than ever before via a comprehensive multi platform paid search...

  3. Brand Monitoring: A Guide to Protecting Trademarks on Paid Search

    Policies of Major Search Providers Keyword sponsorship: In general, advertisers are allowed to sponsor trademarks on each of the three providers. Lori Weiman is CEO of The Search Monitor, whose software automates the monitoring of search results...

  4. SES New York is a Search Expo as well as an SEM Conference

    Today Ingenio partners with leading providers in Web and mobile search, online directories, vertical content, and directory assistance to deliver live phone leads to any type of business. GoECart is THE MOST Search Engine Friendly Ecommerce...

  5. SearchDay | Buying Links is Hard Work

    Quote--- The celebrated openness of the Internet -- network providers are not supposed to give preferential treatment to any traffic -- is quietly losing powerful defenders. Social Shopping: Build Long-Term Traffic and Trust BIG BIZ With a...

  6. Trademark Law - What Search Marketers Should Know, Part 1

    What you'll find most of the search engines and online service providers doing is treating copyrights and trademarks similarly under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)," says Mary Berk, Microsoft adCenter's director of marketplace quality.

  7. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    It was created as a means for copyright owners to easily file infringement claims without requiring the services of an attorney, and for online service providers (OSPs) hosting the alleged infringed content to have a proper process of action that...