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  1. SEO Keyword Strategy for Fashion Ecommerce Websites: It’s All About Trends

    In 2011, Kate Middleton wore a navy lace dress on her trip with Prince William to Canada, which has been covered by paparazzi worldwide. The same trend investigation in the Outerwear category in the last 90 days tell us that consumers are looking...

  2. Beware of Red Flags When Searching for SEO or Web Dev Services

    That is William Fioravanti Bespoke. The William Fioravanti Bespoke was crisp as he leaned towards the table, barely any movement on his shoulders and around his wrists. Can you tell me how you could use a canonical thing to make sure Google does...

  3. Leap Year 2012 Google Doodle Frogs Share Stage With Gioachino Rossini

    Born into a musical family, the famous Italian composer wrote 39 operas, including “William Tell”. The frogs are back, and this time it’s musical. Today’s leap year Google Doodle on Google’s homepage marks two occasions: the extra day that shows up...

  4. Funny Flirting with Siri; The Apple of My iPhone

    Sonnet 149, William Shakespeare So my first port of call was to tell Matt to ask Siri, "How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? Siri couldn't tell jokes but had demonstrated a sense of likes and dislikes so, like a...

  5. How to Launch an English Only Global Search Marketing Campaign

    Pants” mean “underwear” and “Willy” is not an appropriate nickname for someone whose name is William. All of us in international search will tell you that if you want to go international, then you’ll have to be international.

  6. Effective Search Marketing Strategy Determines Fate of Organizations

    Opened in 1857 by William Allen Porter, the business thrived until it was destroyed by a fire in 1866. Most new search marketing clients tell me variations of things like this. However, have you ever stopped to wonder how businesses that aren't...

  7. Social Media Marketers Can Learn Lessons from Paul Revere's Ride

    Although Henry Wadsworth Longfellow made it sound like Revere was the only rider that night, there was another: William Dawes, Jr. And the midnight ride of William Dawes didn't have the same impact because he didn't know the opinion leaders in...

  8. The Best of Outsourced: 10 Greatest Hits

    It's no secret; I've pitched some rather large client business with fair success and lived to tell the tale. I took over the Outsourced column from Chris Boggs (now writing SEM Crossfire with Frank Watson) back in September 2007.

  9. Is Your Landing Page Relevant?

    It may tell Google that the page isn't relevant to your target search phrase and, therefore, it shouldn't rank highly. Last time, I asked, "Are Rankings Still Relevant? This week, I pose a more personal question: Is your landing page relevant?

  10. Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009

    Only time will tell whether that revenue comes from acquisition and increased market share or new programs like Yahoo's SSP. In my humble opinion, 2009 will see search engines focusing less on new product innovations and more on new revenue streams...

  11. Why Retailers Should Be Day Trippers to SES Chicago

    Moderator: William Flaiz, VP, Search Engine Optimization & Web Analytics, Razorfish Bill is going to talk primarily about what search term data can tell us about the economy and consumer sentiment. But there are lots of very current reasons why...

  12. Great Expectations: How to Communicate SEO Value

    When presenting to a client, lead with the ROI, tell them what they can expect, and then tell them how you intend to deliver it. You've answered the request for information (RFI), presented the request for proposal (RFP), and won the business.

  13. The Organic and Paid Balancing Act

    Traditional thinking will tell you to shift your money around in reaction to solid organic rankings. With social media, local, universal, and other new outlets maintaining their own search components, we may have to define the playing field a bit...