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  1. Success Through Testing: Don’t Forget the Scientific Method

    So, what exactly are the principles of the Scientific Method and how can they help? Not to be confused with predictions (an equally important part of the Scientific Method), hypotheses seek to provide answers as to why things happen, which can then...

  2. Critical Thinking for the Discerning SEO [eBook Review]

    Rather, the author seeks to introduce critical thought as an overarching approach to the scientific method required for successful SEO practice. In addition, the author could have taken more of a heavy hand in evaluating what we can actually learn...

  3. Can Google Correlate Be Used as a PPC Tool?

    The scientific method is simple and it works well. This ugly piece of non-scientific theory still rears its head today. Google have released a tool that lets us investigate and compare correlations of search volumes across different terms over time.

  4. Increase Web Site Conversions with the Scientific Method

    Basic steps to the scientific method: Small business owners all the way up to Fortune 500 companies can benefit from applying the scientific method to their Web site conversions. The other day she asked me if they taught the scientific method when...

  5. Look Out PageRank, There's a New Algorithm in Town

    The old way was garnered from the scientific method of giving weight to articles referenced by other academic articles. The problem of finding and storing the Internet's never-ending content is fast becoming a task even Google can't keep up with.

  6. Content Ad Campaign Keyword Strategy Revisited

    Today, we'll look at an alternative method that's a little more scientific and should give you even more control over where your ads appear. I also suggested a method for building keyword lists that relied on intuition more than anything else.

  7. The Search Engine Update, August 2, 1999, Number 58

    It wouldn't change any of the conclusions, though it might have changed the magnitude," he said of the drop, assuming the same size method had been used in both studies. Even more stats: the researchers estimate that 83 percent of web servers are...