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  1. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    But this survey presents data useful to any industry; everyone wants to know the tactics, practices, and attitudes of their cohorts, competitors, and peers. Every year they survey the SEO industry to pinpoint changes throughout the year, including...

  2. SearchDay | All That Glitters Is Not Chrome

    As consumers cut back, marketers offer Ôï¿Â½Ã”¢Ô¯Ô¿Ô½ԯԿÔ½recession specialsÔï¿Â½Ã”¢Ô¯Ô¿Ô½ԯԿÔ½ Posted by Greg Jarboe Sep 4, 2008 Earlier this week, comScore released the results of a study examining recent...

  3. As consumers cut back, marketers offer “recession specials”

    Earlier this week, comScore released the results of a study examining recent changes in consumer attitudes and perceptions about the state of the U.S.economy. The survey findings revealed that nearly three out of four consumers believe the Internet...

  4. Search and the Law: Attorney Deborah Wilcox

    Wilcox discusses changes in attitudes toward online intellectual property, the challenges courts face in litigating online IP and trademark cases, and consumer confusion over search ads. Surveys and experts are always open to attack, of course, and...

  5. New 411 User Survey Points To Mobile Local Search Demand

    The study also revealed demographic differences in behavior and attitudes toward directory assistance. Earlier this year AOL released the results of its own mobile user survey. But as I lay out some the Tellme survey findings don't think about...

  6. Searchers Say, Damn I'm Good!

    Tomorrow's SearchDay article, Survey: Searchers are Confident, Satisfied & Clueless (available to blog readers now), takes a closer look at this fascinating survey and some other findings that surfaced about searcher attitudes.

  7. News Sites Beat Search Engines in Customer Satisfaction

    The University of Michigan's American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) measures user attitudes in 35 industries, including nearly 200 companies and government agencies, ranging from traditional retail to hotels to government agencies like the IRS.