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  1. 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...

  2. 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...

  3. Rip Van Winkle: Paid Inclusion & Trusted Feeds at Search Engine Strategies NYC 2004

    That can mean highly-qualified traffic at a price less than obtained through paid placement programs. The description in the 2004 conference guide reads, "Why pay to be included in a search engine's listings without a guarantee of ranking well for...

  4. 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.

  5. SearchDay | Social Media Madness -- The Final Four

    The ad network offers semantic placement of online display ads across 3,000 content categories.iSense relies on patented technology which is based on 11 years of research by linguist and professor, David Crystal.ad pepper .

  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. What are Good Links, Anymore?

    And, the more you further your brand through social media, press releases, paid search, directory placement, etc.the more recognition you should -- "naturally" -- get from the search engines. I recommend Yahoo Directory listings, Business.com...