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  1. Remarketing Across Ad Exchanges With DoubleClick Search

    A user submits a search query to a search engine Every PPC professional knows that remarketing is a no-brainer. It's a simple fact: people who've already clicked on your ads, but haven't converted, are more likely to do so than those who haven't...

  2. Yandex's Sibir Reverse Image Search Technology is Pure Awesome

    The process starts when a Yandex user submits photos in the form of search queries. Delivering accurate information is also key in the search; if a user submits a photo of an unidentified object, the search will come back with information on that...

  3. Google Submits Response to EC Antitrust Regulators

    Google has submitted a response to the European Commission (EC) over its anti-competitive business concerns, Reuters reported. Competition Commissioner Joaquín Almunia confirmed that Google submitted the documents Thursday evening, just in time for...

  4. Visualizing the Social CRM Process

    Offline path: Someone submits feedback to the brand via a traditional form of communication such as an in-person complaint, a phone call, or a feedback form. We looked at social customer relationship management (CRM) from a high-level conceptual...

  5. What Makes a Successful Online Promotion?

    Everyone that submits a response to me on these ideas by Thursday, January 8 will be put in random drawing to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card purchased by yours truly, "Sage - The Promotion and Link Building Guy.

  6. Optimizing Images for Search Engines

    It then submits the photos found on the owner's site into its image program. One of the more potentially advantageous yet wholly underused areas for optimization is in image search engines. Yet while site owners and merchants are more often seeing...

  7. New Search Patent Applications: June 5, 2006 - Taking Care of Web Decay, Dead Links, and Parked Domains

    In one embodiment, when a user submits a multiple-term search query that includes a non-matching term and at least one matching term, a table is accessed to look up a set of terms that are "related" to the matching term or terms.