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  1. FTC Giving Native Advertising a Closer Look

    All advertisers will want to keep a close eye on this to see how it could affect the entire industry, especially in regards to paid advertisements, paid placement, and advertorials. Earlier this year, the FTC updated their established guidelines...

  2. Nomenclature: The Industry Case For and Against SEO

    The overall impression I’m getting from many interviews, conference sessions, in-person conversations (yes, they still happen the odd time), forums, blog posts and comments, etc.is that no one is really saying the practice of optimizing content...

  3. Court: Bidding on Competitor's Name OK in AdWords, adCenter

    Everything from ad copy intentions, trademarked usage, and site placement was clarified in the hearing. The hearing was largely focused on the intention of users and the ability to identify paid sponsorship listings versus organic search results.

  4. Conference Agenda Posted for SES London 2011

    Introduction to Paid Search -- Paid placement is a form of search advertising that provides a top ranking in return for payment. Every major search engine offers a paid placement program. Learn how to achieve top ranking or placement by utilizing...

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

    Onward Search offers a full range of recruiting, staffing, and talent management solutions to include temporary staffing, consulting, and permanent placement options to ensure our customers have access to the right talent to get the job done.

  6. It's “Horses for Courses” at SES London 2009

    Search Advertising 101: Paid placement is a form of search advertising that provides a top ranking in return for payment. Every major search engine offers a paid placement program. Ads in a Quality Score World: More and more, ranking well in paid...

  7. Yahoo Tests 'Glue Pages' in India

    Instead, Glue Pages changes up the modules and the placement of those modules according to the keyword that is being searched. Because we're so used to paid search listings being in a sidebar, these organic listings look like sponsored results.