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  1. The 2014 Super Bowl Commercials Just Kicked Off

    Nevertheless, Search Engine Watch wants to warn digital marketers that these Super Bowl commercials will be interrupted from time to time by a Big Game on Sunday, Feb. The most shares (3.3 million) from Super Bowl 2013 were recorded on Super Bowl...

  2. SES San Francisco Keynote: Google's Matt Cutts & Patrick Thomas on Search Engine Censorship

    Designing a search engine is no easy task. Should a search engine filter content such as violent images, pornography, malware, spam, personally identifiable information, hate content, hacking instructions, bomb-making instructions, pro-anorexia...

  3. Future Forward - Shifts in the Digital Revolution at #SESLON

    An app enables a Jamie Oliver fan who wants to cook like Jamie Oliver to stay within the context of the kitchen rather than leave to use a search engine on a computer in another part of the home. The lunchtime search is probably from a user looking...

  4. 10 SEO Truths of 2012 for Agencies & In-House Teams

    Search engine optimization (SEO) agencies, professionals, and in-house teams have difficult jobs. Search engine optimization is now more about web presence optimization. They must obtain improved organic search results as quickly as possible given...

  5. Head vs. Long Tail Keywords Analyzed: Impressions, Clicks, Conversions & Profitability

    Almost every search engine marketer (SEM) knows the adage, "Use head keywords to generate volume and long tail keywords to generate profit. Even though keywords that were 6-10 characters long generated a significant number of impressions, these...

  6. 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. According to comScore’s Video Metrix for August 2012, YouTube's parent company, Google, and AOL are the two...

  7. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    A Microsoft spokesperson explained their decision not to join the #StopSOPA blackout to Search Engine Watch: The apparent inclusion of search blocking, widely regarded as Internet censorship. Complete immunity for search engines, webhosts and...