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  1. 'Rogue' Drug Ads May Cost Google $500 Million

    Then, in December, Google posted "Taking rogue pharmacies to court," announcing they were filing a civil lawsuit in San Jose, Calif.against advertisers they said deliberately broke Google's rules. Attorney Office in Rhode Island, the Food and Drug...

  2. Search News & Headlines Around the Web - April 11, 2011

    Google donates $12M to museums - San Jose Mercury News May Cut More Myspace Jobs - The Wall Street Journal Expedia Sees Google in Rearview Mirror - The Wall Street Journal See How the Bing Business Portal Can Help Your Business Grow - Bing Search Blog

  3. Clay Shirky, Author of "Here Comes Everybody", to Keynote at SES San Jose

    Search Engine Strategies San Jose will be held August 11-14, 2009. Now in its 11th year, SES San Jose 2009 is organized and programmed by the SES Advisory Board and Search Engine Watch. Now, it has just been announced that Clay Shirky, author of...

  4. SEO Training Workshop on Blogs at SES London 2009

    Small Business Viral Marketing Tips, SES San Jose 2008 At SES San Jose 2008, Andrew Goodman of Page Zero Media interviewed her about using social media sites like Linkedin and Twitter to communicate one's marketing message to a dedicated and...

  5. Search and the Law: Attorney Deborah Wilcox

    A special report on search legal issues from Search Engine Strategies in San Jose, CA August 20 – 23. Wilcox following her recent session at SES San Jose in August. She teaches continuing legal education courses to lawyers, and writes a monthly...

  6. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 1)

    A special report on search legal issues from Search Engine Strategies in San Jose, CA August 20 – 23. Google Webmaster Tools: A Comprehensive Guide, Search Engine Journal Search Engine Journal It's a real burden on a business to deal with these.

  7. News Search Analysis: SES San Jose

    A search for "SES San Jose" found 2,938 blog posts from the past month. If you analyze all the news coverage of SES San Jose, then Wednesday's keynote speaker Marissa Mayer beat Tuesday's keynote speaker Jim Lanzone as the top newsmaker at the event.