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  1. 4 Recent Changes to Search That Make SEO Easy as Finding Hidden Treasure

    Because there is no definitive guide to search to serve as the treasure map for top positions in search, professionals must seek clues provided by clues provided by the search engines, and insight from their own experience to chart their path.

  2. Google & Bing Agree: Past SEO Success Guarantees You Nothing Today

    If you have an older site, one that has been around for 10+ years, you may have noticed newer websites taking positions you once owned on search engine results pages (SERPs). Google isn't the only search engine where this is the case.

  3. SEMPO Salary Survey 2013: Average Salary Drops Due to Influx of New Search Professionals

    This gain in entry-level positions could also be due to the expanding roles that these pros play within a company. Safran said this may show that marketers have realized they need to narrow their focus to ranking higher in search engine results...

  4. Matt Cutts: Merchant Quality to Affect Google Search Rankings

    This wouldn't be the first change aimed to banish low-quality merchants from prominent positions in Google's search results. Search Engine Watch contacted Andrew Davis, Director of Marketing at CPC Strategy to gain some more insight into how Google...

  5. Government SEO is Broken

    By including SEO - the set of best practices around helping web content appear in search results - government can insure their services, activities, and positions are issues are front and center in the everyday lives of the public.

  6. Why 7 Search Results in Google Should be Your Brand New Lucky Number

    Also, positions 8-10 combine for somewhere in the neighborhood of 4 percent of clicks (according to Slingshot SEO) to 8 percent of clicks (according to Optify). These URLs are supposed to serve as redirects to Incisive Media sites, so this further...

  7. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    In 2004, the Google Copernicus Center announced it was interviewing candidates for engineering positions at a lunar hosting and research center, which was opening late in the spring of 2007. Note that the car number is 10^100 (known as a googol in...