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13
Jan

Yahoo-Bing gaining on Google!

By: Lisa   Digital, Strategy

Yahoo-Bing is gaining on Google for RPC Q4 2010. Is it time to start bidding in Bing if you're not already??

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02
Dec

Google Shows More Search Results From Single Domains

By: Grant Sabatier   Strategy

The whole first page on Google game has gotten a bit harder recently. This is because Google has started showing up to four pages from the same domain on one page of the search results. The reason? Google wants to present the most relevant search results based on a searcher’s intent.  If that searcher is […]

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17
Nov

Free Call Tracking For Google Adwords with Google Voice

By: Grant Sabatier   Digital, Strategy

This month Google released “Adwords Call Metrics,” a call tracking service for Adwords campaigns. The service is free for Adwords account holders and integrates a Google Voice number into ads on both computers and mobile devices.

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14
Oct

Google Testing “Ads” instead of “Sponsored Links”

By: Meg   Digital

It’s been confirmed that Google has recently begun testing some new language above the right side of their search results pages, where their paid ads are housed. These have historically been (and probably still are for most readers) labeled “Sponsored Links.” But before long you may see a new label above the ads…wait for it: […]

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25
Aug

Google At It Again: A Surprising Algorithm Change

By: Meg   Digital, Strategy

The Google Algorithm has been changed on us again! OMG! While the case used to be that a domain could only appear twice in Google’s search results for any one query, Google has now expanded this limit. According to Google’s Webmaster Central blog, this applies to “queries that indicate a strong user interest in a […]

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20
Aug

Facebook unveils “places,” a place business owners should get to know as soon as possible.

By: Adam   Digital

Facebook recently released the information about their new location-based marketing tool so humbly titled “places”.

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12
Aug

All Eyes on Google and Verizon and Net Neutrality

By: Meg   Digital

Think Google and Verizon feel today like that kid at school who makes a mortifyingly stupid or offensive comment in class that every student and teacher gets wind of and then whispers about in the hall, passing judgment as they brush by or shooting glares from across the playground? One might think so… There’s been so much negative buzz lately about the two powerhouses and their controversial Net neutrality policy proposal that one would assume they’re both at this moment begging their moms to let them stay home from school tomorrow.

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02
Jul

“Google Me” Rumor Mill

By: Meg   Digital, Strategy

Rumors abound—and are apparently confirmed—that Google is working on their own social media platform called “Google Me.”

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17
Jun

Video & Video Sitemaps: That’s Some Sexy Site Architecture

By: Meg   Strategy

With the launch of Google Caffeine and after talk at SMX Advanced 2010 in Seattle, Google’s made it clear that they will start looking more at video sitemaps when indexing websites. Why? Because they’re sexy! Videos are slick, compelling and fun, and people like them. And what does Google like? Things that people like. Videos […]

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11
Jun

google boosts search results with some “caffeine”

By: Heidi   Digital, Strategy

Google launches new web indexing system Caffeine, yet again heating up the competition among search engine superiority!

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