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Peer Review Process

  1. The Challenge of Enterprise Link-Building in a Content Marketing World

    Assuming that your content is exceptional, having your blogging team reach out to their contacts and ask for a peer review or an opinion on the new content can very often lead to excellent suggestions on how to improve it, as well as links.

  2. Digging into due diligence

    Factors such as peer recommendations and a prior relationship with a manager are extremely low in the rankings.While there is a pronounced consensus that attitudes towards due diligence have changed, there is also agreement that not too much has...

  3. SearchDay: Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    Google getting closer to peer reviewed network Aug 7, 2008 New enhancements on the Google content network 8/07/2008 05:01:00 AM ---Quote--- Today we're announcing some key enhancements on the Google content network (partner sites for which we...

  4. Trading with restraint

    It is also crucial to have a system in place that can profile the traders against their past behaviour and against their peer groups. Such a review should recognise how controls work in concert, and cover everything from understanding trading...

  5. How fair is fair value?

    Articles are then sent to one or more anonymous referees for peer review. Authors should allow four to eight weeks for the refereeing process. Some believe the timing of the promulgation of these standards could not have been better.

  6. Curling Up with a Good Book Search Engine

    Topics for discussion include open source code options, robot spidering and web crawling, index compression, file format conversion, metadata indexing and searching, Boolean and Intranet search operators, index speed and size, stopwords, relevance...