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  1. Search Industry Call to Arms: SOPA, Keyword Not Provided and Lying SEOs

    Wage War on Low Quality Content Mike Essex hopes to spur SEOs into action with recommendations for protesting eight issues outlined in his video What Every SEO Has to Fight For in 2012. Koozai’s Online Marketing Manager has put together a wish list...

  2. SEO Wars: Forget Black Hat, White Hat - What Color Is Your Lightsaber?

    Lightsabers represent how "experts" in the field wage combat while wielding the Force of the light or dark side to gain or retain optimal search rank. SEO is a powerful force that can be wielded to dictate the prominent content placement in search...

  3. Is IT in Your In-House SEO Circle?

    In essence, don’t wage this battle alone. As we all entrench ourselves into the current “circles” mania, it’s important for in-house SEOs to add IT into their “SEO Circle. But how? Traditionally, marketing-IT relationships are tumultuous, with both...

  4. Have Tea Party Candidates Read Obama Playbook on Using YouTube for Campaigns?

    For example, Republican Senate candidates Linda McMahon in Connecticut, Rand Paul in Kentucky, and John Raese in West Virginia have all pledged to roll back or eliminate the minimum wage. On November 14, 2008, Jose Antonio Vargas wrote an online...

  5. Ask.com's Top Questions of 2009: Refreshing, Existential and Disturbing

    How much is minimum wage? So, it makes sense that their end-of-the-year list features questions instead of keywords. The questions are a refreshing departure from the usual fare seen on the end-of-year lists from other search engines.

  6. Build a Better Cesspool

    Both the old and new content armies will wage war by crying foul at every possible term. This down and dirty scene reveals two armies mounting the ongoing battle to stake claim to online content. Traditional media troops pitted against the...

  7. Microsoft Responds to Yahoo: a Micro, Who Cares?

    Search engines now wage war in a brutal and hostile takeover bid in Silicon Valley. Beneath the Internet cloud that blots out the sun in Redmond, two opposing camps face off on a virtual battlefield: humans, and the software and machines that serve...