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  1. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

    While you can't directly control if these listings display in the SERPs, having a press release calendar will put you in a position to take advantage if and when they do. Editor's note: This column originally was published on June 3, 2013, and...

  2. SearchDay | Content is King...IF You Promote It

    This appears to be a major hit for LookSmart as Ask Sponsored Listings revenue generated 89% of LookSmart's Company Publisher Solutions revenue in Q1 2009 alone. Search Engine Watch Experts Columns News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

  3. SearchDay | 7 Social Media Predictions for 2009

    They have some 12 / 15 listings excluding the second legitimate listing per site in the various searches, one of which concerning me where they have several of them on page one. News from the Search Engine Watch Blog

  4. SearchDay | The Organic and Paid Balancing Act

    The Organic and Paid Balancing Act OUTSOURCED As SERP listings and functionality changes, there are still two types of listings that have weathered the storm and are still attainable for marketers: traditional organic listings and paid search...

  5. SearchDay: Can Google Predict the Next President?

    News from the Search Engine Watch Blog Search Engine Watch Experts Columns They've partnered with Mobile Accord to provide the location-based listings, available through participating carriers. Search Engine Watch Forum Discussions

  6. American Express Advises Clients to Avoid SEO

    When you search credit cards AMEX is not in the page one organic listings. Interesting that an American Express Web site was the subject of a Search Engine Watch Experts site clinic last month. Apart from the obvious business benefits of being...

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  7. Search Engine Results Chart

    Every major search engine has paid listings that are also presented alongside its editorial results. Some search engines gather their own listings for the main results they display. Search Engine Watch members can see relationship charts going back...