Search Engine Forums Spotlight

What’s going on in the search industry? Find out here, with these links to some of the latest topics being discussed in our own Search Engine Watch Forums, and other search marketing forums across the Web:

Reputation Management Advice
Cre8asite Forums
“We’re doing some reputation management for a client, where we’re trying to push an unfavorable search result off the front page of Google.”

How to Increase CTR & ROI on AdWords
High Rankings Forum
“We seem to have very few impressions for what is a highly competitive market place, and the few click we have do not seem to be converting.”

New Client Checklist
Search Engine Watch Forums
“We each need a specific set of information from a client when we’ve sold them on our services. What information do you feel is vital to starting off your SEO campaign?”

Site Target, Do You Allow It?
Webmaster World
“Site-targeted CPM ads can be a great way to earn more revenue from pages that don’t perform well with contextual ads.”

A Brief History of Changes to the Google Algorithm?
Cre8asite Forums
“I’m new to the SEO world and trying to get a general understanding of how the algorithm has evolved over the past few years. ”

Descriptive Text Behind a Background Image
Search Engine Watch Forums
“At first I instantly thought ‘hidden text = BAD’ but when I looked at it closely I realized he was doing this for a legitimate reason.”

Do Women View The Web Different Than Men?
High Rankings Forum
“It’s more than just about the copy. It’s about the overall design, the images you use, the placement of those images, etc.”

Google to Remove Adverts for Essays
Webmaster World
“Plagiarism is a major problem in universities, and these services don’t help as they give students materials which the universities are frequently unable to detect as not being from that student.”

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Editor’s note: A special thanks to Peter Da Vanzo and John Scott of v7n for their help in compiling the Search Engine Forums Spotlight.

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