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  1. iPhone Tops Web and Mobile Searches on Yahoo in 2011

    Ron Paul This year, the iPhone was the top search of the year, a spot held by the BP oil spill last year and the always entertaining Miss Britney Spears for four years, from 2005 to 2008. There are 17 different versions of Yahoo’s Year in Review...

  2. GoAnimate Unveils New Political Characters and Backgrounds

    The new collection also includes more than a dozen new characters, including: Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Hillary Clinton, Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Jon Huntsman, Ron Paul, Newt Gingrich, Michele Bachman, Rick Santorum, Sarah Palin, John...

  3. Go to SES Berlin or SES Chicago for Nine Trainers Training

    Advanced Keyword Research, which will be taught by Ron Jones, Symetri Internet Marketing. Integrating Search Across All Online Marketing Efforts, which will be taught by Aaron Kahlow, Chairman Ray "Catfish" Comstock, Senior Search Strategist...

  4. The Year in Search: A 2008 Review

    Ron Paul Death of Paul Newman Several search engines compiled the top searches in several categories for 2008, offering a glimpse into what was top of mind for searchers. Recaps from Google Zeitgeist; Yahoo Buzz; AOL's hot searches; top search...

  5. Using Twitter as an Education Tool

    Paul R. If not, you may want to read how other educators are using Twitter as an education tool. For those who are coming up to speed, Twitter lets you broadcast or microblog your messages (140 characters max) to a group of friends or other...

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  6. SEMPO Nominees for Board of Directors

    Chris Copeland, Outrider; Marc Engelsman, Digital Brand Expressions; Mark Fiske, Bazaar Advertising; Mark Jackson, Vizion Interactive; Mike Jacobs, iMarketing LTD; Ron Jones, Symetri Internet Marketing; Max Kalehoff, Clickable; John Koehler, VML...

  7. The Year in Search: A 2007 Review

    Ron Paul Ron Paul A handful of search engines compiled the top searches for the year in several categories. Recaps from Google, Yahoo, AOL, Ask, and Lycos highlight the trends that came and went over the course of 2007.