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JANUARY 12, 2009 [2003, 2004] Search's Long Tail - Search Marketing News Blog - Search Engine Watch (SEW)
It covered how the media and entertainment industries will succeed not by pushing only mass market hits that are popular among many but by also mining the "long tail" of interest among a few in less-popular books, songs, movies and more. For example, advertisers focus on high frequency terms such as "shoes," which Overture reports had over 1,000,000 requests in April 2004. 2009 All rights reserved. Are you a Search Engine Watch Member? |
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JULY 27, 2009 [2003, 2004] Page segmentation and link building - SEO and Internet Marketing blog, news and views
Home Search Engines Link Building Page segmentation and link building Monday, 27 July 2009 Latest Adventures Avoiding the curse of the Twitter wanker Latent Semantic Indexing and Google; One more time What A Billboard Can Teach You About Your Website Page segmentation and link building Making sense of real-time social search Ride Along Syndicate Follow the Fire Horse Trail Badges Page segmentation and link building Monday, 13 July 2009 Do you know where to find prime link real estate?
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MARCH 15, 2011 [2003, 2004] The Twisted Psychology of Bloggers vs. Journalists
When it reviews a book or play that’s a derivative work. This is from his 1902 book, The Shame of the Cities , a collection of muckraking reports. The psychiatrist Robert Coles , author of The Moral Life of Children and other great works, wrote a book called The Call of Stories (which is another reason people go into journalism, to answer that call.) In the beginning of that book he reflects on his early training in psychiatry, at a mental hospital in Boston.