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  1. SEOs Strike Out as Google Encrypts Signed-in Search Data

    Indeed, Josh Shatkin Margolis of search retargeting company Magnetic, confirmed with Search Engine Watch that, hypothetically speaking, unscrupulous companies could take the referrer data from search and retarget a user cookies with ads related to...

  2. SearchDay: Some New SEO Services Not So Special

    But beware: there are some unscrupulous agencies using these in ways that can sometimes be a threat to your rankings. Some New SEO Services Not So "Special"» BIG BIZ: Big brands and large enterprises using search in the marketing mixMany SEO...

  3. Some New SEO Services Not So "Special"

    But beware: there are some unscrupulous agencies using these in ways that can sometimes be a threat to your rankings. This dilemma has given birth to new and sometimes unscrupulous offerings. This dilemma has led to growth in the "special services...

  4. SEW Experts: Some New SEO Services Not So "Special"

    In today's Enterprise Search Marketing column, "Some New SEO Services Not So "Special"," Aaron Shear warns enterprise clients to beware, as there are some unscrupulous agencies using these in ways that can sometimes be a threat to your rankings.

  5. SEO Standards Signal the Maturing of Our Industry

    As marketers become more aware of the power of SEO, they're also becoming increasingly victimized by unscrupulous practitioners of SEO. How many people have you ever heard of complaining about the services Bruce Clay offers?

  6. Copyright Law: What Search Marketers Should Know (Part 2)

    Search marketers who incorporate even a basic copyrighting procedure into their own campaigns can create an edge for themselves and their clients, not to mention the personal satisfaction of getting an unscrupulous competitor banned online.

  7. The Search Engine Update, December 18, 2001, Number 115

    In another statement: "An added benefit of a lower position is it decreases the likelihood of 'account draining', the despicable tactic employed by some unscrupulous competitors to 'gang-click' high listings to drain their accounts without sales.