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  1. Landing Page Optimization: How to Identify Testing Opportunities

    Think about the audience coming to your landing pages and how that matches with what you’re trying to offer them (i.e.what’s your value proposition). In the case of Kapitall that was coming up with landing pages that moved away from kind of the...

  2. News Picks: More Instant Fallout, GoDaddy.com for Sale, Twitter/Facebook/LinkedIn All See Growth

    With the focus this week on Google Instant Search providing fast answers, Danny Sullivan revisits the quality of their search results. Yahoo says they have improved the design of their "Infinite Browse" content exploration module and have seen a...

  3. SearchDay: SEO Issues with Global Expansion

    This causes a problem on search engines because the web pages of the older â””discontinuedâ”” version of products generally ranks higher than the web pages of the newer versions of the same product, which we have in stock and want to sell.

  4. SES Latino -- Interview with Conference Chair Nacho Hernandez

    Link Building Styles : Presell Pages, Articles, Resources & Press Releases, Search Engine Journal Google doesn't discern between what language you use for your ads or landing pages. They also tend to more quickly adopt and converge on the newer...

  5. Does Site Search Matter For The Mags?

    To see what happens, we searched Britney, chocolate, Iraq and also clicked on options available from the search result pages. It seems like an awful lot of work for the web producers, because they have taxonomy, database and perhaps editorial work...

  6. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts alluded to a range of other search types: image search, video, code search, and Google Desktop – which, like e-mail, Cutts believes is a safety net because it also remembers all the pages you've visited online and can bring up cached versions.

  7. 2007: A Search Odyssey? Keynote Conversation with Matt Cutts

    Cutts alluded to a range of other search types: image search, video, code search, and Google Desktop – which, like e-mail, Cutts believes is a safety net because it also remembers all the pages you've visited online and can bring up cached versions.