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  1. As Goes Paid Search, So Goes the Election?

    The 23 keyword terms sponsored by barackobama.com that gained the most impressions pre-election included both Barack and Michelle’s names (and Bill Clinton’s) as well as several topical issues of importance to Obama’s supporters (Obamacare...

  2. Semantic Search in 2025

    It could determine who the resident of that house was in 1948, and see that he worked from 1943 to 1950 as a volunteer for the Democratic party. Given the technical level of the audience, his presentation was, for the most part, met with excited nods.

  3. 6 Reasons You Should Use Market Surveys in Link Building Campaigns

    When people volunteer, sift through their results, pick out particularly interesting answers and follow up to get even more detail. An in-depth market survey on behalf of your client can be a rich source of original material that brings you many...

  4. In Google We Trust (Your Identity)

    While this sounds great, to volunteer, it has a meaning which means that you have an option to not volunteer, to NOT participate. Critics of the NSTIC (and me) argue you do not have the ability to truly be a volunteer.

  5. Google Forced to Release WikiLeaks Volunteer's Gmail Info

    Google and Sonic.net, a small Internet service provider, have been forced to hand a WikiLeaks volunteer’s email information to the U.S.government under a secret and controversial court order. The type of information released includes login IPs of...

  6. Search, Social Media & the Offline Purchase

    It's not just about the ratings; these sites are loaded with very specific feedback coming from reliable sources (contributors already volunteer their time to post, so they are self-motivated to represent their opinions accurately).

  7. AOL to Nix 2,500 Jobs; Asks for Volunteers

    Before they go through the tough choice of choosing who to let go, they're asking if anyone wants to volunteer to get the axe. AOL is looking to cut 2,500 jobs. Oh, how I've been there and oh, how this sucks for AOL-ers.