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  1. SearchDay | Before You Start Link Building

    Is Twitter a Google Killer? Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version CEOs Should Drink the Social Media Kool-Aid SEW EXPERTS: SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING Inferior companies and products can no longer hide behind...

  2. SearchDay | Is Twitter a Google Killer? Not Yet

    Is Twitter a Google Killer? Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version CEOs Should Drink the Social Media Kool-Aid SEW EXPERTS: SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING Inferior companies and products can no longer hide behind...

  3. SearchDay | Buzz Monitoring = Brand Development

    Twitter's Big Search Plans: A Google Killer? Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Google AdSense Offers Expandable, Rich Media Ads Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 6, 2009 Google...

  4. SearchDay | Use Caution When Growing Your Site

    Cuil May Sound Cool But Did Not Kill Google This Year Posted by Frank Watson Dec 31, 2008 Touted as a possible Google killer when it launched July this year, Cuil has had a disappointing start. Full story » Print version

  5. SearchDay | Could Social Media Be the Google Killer?

    Could Social Media Be the Google Killer? Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version The ongoing growth of social media may indicate that we should look beyond a Yahoo-Microsoft merger...

  6. SearchDay | Killer PPC Ads: The Final Word

    Killer PPC Ads: The Final Word PROFITABLE PPC These simple guidelines will pave the way to pay-per-click nirvana: double-digit click-through-rates. Full story » Print version Full story » Print version

  7. SearchDay: Yahoo's Judgment Day

    Powerset is the much-hyped beta natural language search engine that the metaphor-challenged mainstream media call the Google Killer. Full story » Print version Full story » Print version Full story » Print version