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  1. Yahoo Dropping Paid Inclusion Program at End of Year

    has been criticized for its paid inclusion program, since the sites who do pay and those who don't are mixed in together. has announced that it's nixing its paid inclusion program. The submissions led to inclusion in the organic listings as the...

  2. SEM Going Legit – Literally EDU

    SEM, a popular and ever-growing Web marketing application, is the overarching term to describe marketing a Web site through search engines, including single or combined efforts to improve organic listings, running pay-per-click (PPC) ads, using...

  3. Search Spend Seems Healthy Despite Slowing Economy

    Paid placement captures 87.4% of 2007 spending; organic SEO, 10.5%; paid inclusion, .07%, and technology investment, 1.4%. Google AdWords remains the most popular search advertising program, but both Google and Yahoo sponsored search spending has...

  4. Optimizing Images for Search Engines

    Evans attests that features natural to image search—easier to optimize, free inclusion, and less competition from major retailers - create special advantages of image search optimization for niche markets and smaller retailers.This is one case...

  5. Overture Becomes Yahoo Search Marketing & Comparing Listing Products At Yahoo To Google

    Google doesn't offer a paid inclusion program. Submitting Via Paid Listings: Overture a special program from Yahoo, while Google lets you target your existing AdWords campaigns locally. Over at Google, there's no paid program.