The Search Engine Update – Number 240 – Mar. 20, 2007

Copyright (c) 2007 Incisive Interactive Marketing LLC

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In This Issue
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+ Upcoming Search Engine Strategies Events
+ Editors’ Notes
+ Top Stories Since Our Last SE Update

+ From The Search Engine Watch Blog
+ Our Search Newsletters & Feeds
+ About The Newsletter

 

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Upcoming Search Engine Strategies Events
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Editors’ Notes
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In our last issue, I highlighted the valuable resources and networking opportunities within the SEW Discussion Forums. Since then, we have surpassed our 15,000 member mark and are well over 100,000 posts now. Congratulations to all who have contributed to date and helped make that happen.

I’m also happy to announce our next SEW LIVE! local networking event will be held in Columbus, Ohio, on May 9th, 2007. This event features a morning training session for beginners to intermediate knowledge of SEO, and an informal afternoon session, where you’ll get a ‘taste of SES’, with presentations by several regular Search Engine Strategies speakers, covering a wide range of topics. Stay tuned for more details!

If you read nothing else from this newsletter, in case you missed it the first time around, be sure to check out Kevin Newcomb’s extensive members only version of Search Share Slipping, But Still Strong, which highlights the current state and future of search advertising.

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Since Our Last SE Update:
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Below is a recap of major articles from our daily SearchDay newsletter and important Search Engine Watch Blog postings since the last newsletter. Want to receive these stories daily or via RSS/feed? See the Search Engine Watch Newsletters & Web Feeds page for sign-up instructions.

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Organic Search
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=== SearchDay: Mar. 15, 2007 ===

Q&A With Ask.com’s Gary Price – Eric Enge interviews Gary Price, Ask.com’s director of online information resources, talks about his role in reaching out to the research and librarian communities, but also highlights several great features at Ask.

=== Case Study: Mar. 13, 2007===

 

 

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