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  1. Google Censorship Ruling in Canada Has Worldwide Implications

    Search engine censorship seems to be a topic that is popping up left and right in countries around the world. While Google had no hand in encouraging use of the rival's product, search results present on Google have proven very useful to the...

  2. Top Brands Now Testing Pinterest Promoted Pins

    In October, Search Engine Watch covered the promoted pins debut, saying the advertisements may not be transparent enough. Now, Pinterest is taking the test into the next phase with a group of leading brands that will try promoted pins advertising...

  3. Search Engine Strategies Coming to Atlanta in July, Registration Now Open

    The one-day conference will cover all the critical aspects of search engine optimization (SEO) and paid search advertising (PPC). Search is a huge driver of business (search accounted for 43 percent of all Internet ad revenues in 2013, $18.4...

  4. 30% of Ecommerce Site Traffic Came from Mobile in 2013 [Study]

    Online retailers continue to use traditional advertising (online and offline) to drive traffic to their sites, but recent updates in the search engine landscape make it clear that having sites that are well optimized and regularly updated with...

  5. Susan Wojcicki Replaces Salar Kamangar as Head of YouTube

    In early July 2013, Search Engine Watch took a hard look at "How to Make Money on YouTube" and concluded: "The number of advertisers who are using TrueView in-stream ads needs to increase significantly and/or the amount of money they spend on...

  6. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    Join us next month when all will be revealed next time, exclusively on Search Engine Watch. You have $20,000 for the photo shoot – make sure to get really skinny models – and $80,000 for advertising. It's created quickly, cheaply, and it's twice as...

  7. States Legalize Marijuana, But Google, Facebook, Twitter Just Say No to Pot Ads

    Google's policy on illegal drugs and psychoactive substances states that the search engine does not allow: the promotion of illegal drugs, legal or synthetic highs, herbal drugs, chemicals and compounds with psychoactive effects, drug...