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  1. Google's Your Money or Your Life Search Quality Ratings: What Webmasters Need to Know

    So naturally, people think of sites such as their banks or medical sites such as WebMD.com, the types of sites that we generally associate with either having high-security or very high quality and researched information.

  2. Flu Shots & Symptoms: The Winter 2013 Outbreak of PPC Spending

    Searching for this term mostly leads to websites such as WebMD and Mayo Clinic. We all know that the winter can be a challenging time, especially when it comes to suffering from ailments such as the dreaded cold and flu.

  3. Google Health Shutting Down Doesn’t Mean Google Has Abandoned Health

    Google has consolidated results from three general sources: WebMd and its owned and operated affiliates, federal government agencies, and the top brands representing U.S.healthcare (MayoClinic and Cleveland Clinic principally).

  4. Google Fights Claims of Bias in Instant, Local Search

    In a Wall Street Journal article Sunday, critics from TripAdvisor.com, WebMD.com, Yelp.com and Citysearch.com all were given a forum to complain that they're losing traffic because Google favors itself and, as a result, is scooping up more...

  5. Don't Believe Everything You Read

    Would you make a life or death decision about caring for a sick infant based solely on blog advice, or even WebMD? One of the consistently best things about the SEM industry is the willingness of its practitioners to share experiences and provide...

  6. SEW Experts: Don't Believe Everything You Read

    Would you make a life or death decision about caring for a sick infant based solely on blog advice, or even WebMD? Would you decide on a retirement strategy by reading a few blog posts or a forum discussion?

  7. Google Tracks Flu Trends Across the United States

    WebMD CEO Fights Off Google Health Virus with SEO Two Health Sites Merge to Challenge WebMD Every year the flu hits and while it may just seem like a miserable couple of weeks for those who get it, it actually kills 500,000 people worldwide a year.