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Search Engine Advertising Number 28

  1. Holiday Season Search Trends of Top U.S. Retail Brands

    Search engine traffic is much higher for Trader Joe’s with a massive 97.2 percent compared to Whole Foods’ measly 2.8 percent. Macy’s receives more search engine traffic than Kohl’s, and peaks in searches seem to be in the same place, specifically...

  2. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    But Search Engine Watch was one of the few to observe that YouTube had done more than round up the usual suspects to create new channels. Ran Harnevo, who leads The AOL On Network, made a surprise announcement on the AOL Blog at the beginning of...

  3. Are the Brains of Search Engine Marketing and Search Engine Optimization Sartorially Challenged?

    At the Net nexus of technology, advertising and wherever your imagination takes you, Search combines the greatest intellects of myriad disciplines, still in the throws of determining what Search Engine Marketing means.

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

    Search Engine Watch Experts Columns News from the Search Engine Watch Blog Search Engine Watch Forum Discussions The number of core searches barely changed from July to August, so Google's 1.1% rise over July 2008 certainly stole a little .

  5. Google Confirms Yahoo-Google Deal on Friday the 13th

    will continue to run its own search engine and advertising programs, and the agreement will not increase Google's share of search traffic. with access to our AdSense for search and AdSense for content advertising programs on their U.S.and Canadian...

  6. SEO Mos Def Busted by WA State Atty General: $450,000 Penalty Looms

    SEATTLE – A Washington-based company that sells search engine optimization (SEO) services to small businesses is prohibited from selling or advertising them to new customers under the terms of a settlement announced by Washington State Attorney...

  7. Google Analytics' Cross-Channel Measurement

    Incisive Media regularly sends out direct (snail) mail campaigns to market its Search Engine Strategies events. While the data from coupon codes is useful, 10 percent is an amazingly low number. As the lines between types of media continue to blur...