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  1. Searchmetrics Releases New Tools to Analyze & Optimize Web Page Performance

    Managing search performance for your website is increasingly about delivering valuable content to searchers on specific pages rather than focusing at a domain or keyword level or trying to manipulate search engine algorithms using SEO tricks...

  2. What is SEM? Depends on Who You Ask

    Wikipedia definition of SEM a comprehensive approach to increasing visibility of websites in search engine results pages (SERPs) through optimization and advertising, including search engine optimization (SEO), pay-per-click (PPC), and even...

  3. Secure Search, Rank & Finding Lost Keyword Traffic: A Conversation with gShift

    Search Engine Watch recently chatted with Chris Adams, co-founder and CTO of gShift to talk about the state of "(not provided)" data, what SEO professionals and content marketers should be looking for in terms of data features, and how gShift is...

  4. SEO for Startups & New Businesses: An 11 Step Plan

    I often tell clients that local is the "back door" into competitive search results pages. Google+ posts pass Page Rank, and Google+ profiles may show author attribution on results pages, so it's an especially important platform for SEO.

  5. 4 Recent Changes to Search That Make SEO Easy as Finding Hidden Treasure

    Unfortunately, the focus on paid has made it tougher on those seeking to appear in organic search engine results, which attracts more clicks from users on search engine results pages. As the number of websites exploded, the search engines responded...

  6. Why Yahoo Wants to Move Into Contextual Search and How it Might Work For Them

    With mobile, people aren't as willing to spend a lot of time refining their search queries or go through multiple pages of search results as people do on desktops. This results in more revenue for the search engine and more traffic for those...

  7. Google & Bing Agree: Past SEO Success Guarantees You Nothing Today

    If you have an older site, one that has been around for 10+ years, you may have noticed newer websites taking positions you once owned on search engine results pages (SERPs). Google isn't the only search engine where this is the case.