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NOVEMBER 17, 2011 [Lead, MSN] SES Chicago 2011 1/2 Conference Recap
Case Study: leading retailer found that when they created 4000 FB pages, one for each US location, they had 21 million impressions and 2.2M Check trending on twitter, yahoo, MSN. I had the wonderful opportunity to visit Chicago this week for the SES Conference.
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MAY 31, 2009 [Lead, MSN] The ROI of PPC Beats Most Advertising Opportunities
Details on PPC Efforts Pay Per Click included Google AdWords, Yahoo, and MSN. MSN produced its typically low click volume. Six Budget Allocation Recommendations for Online Advertisers For those who are allocating ad spends online, this case study and our other client experiences lead me to recommend the following: Test new ad channels ONLY if you can track ROI via your analytics.
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OCTOBER 14, 2009 [Lead, MSN] Experian Hitwise :: Google Receives 71 Percent of Searches in September 2009
searches among leading search engine provider Domain August 2009 September 2009 Month-over-month percent change www.google.com 70.24% 71.08% 1% search.yahoo.com 16.96% 16.38% -3% www.bing.com* 9.48% 8.96% -5% www.ask.com 2.37% 2.56% 8% Note: Data is based on four-week rolling periods (ending Oct. This includes executed searches on Bing.com, Live.com and MSN Search but does not include searches on Club.Live.com.
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MARCH 12, 2009 [Lead, MSN] Average US query size in January 2009 | IT Facts
of US search ad market Online tools used by those who use the internet in their housing search Top US search engines in May 2008 Leading search engines in May 2008 29% of new house buyers believe online information helped them get a better price on their house or apartment Top food search terms in May 2008 What do people do when they start looking for a place to live? MSN+Live Search queries in December 2007 9.6 IT Facts Numbers, market shares, money, everything IT.
WWW.BEST-SEO-BLOG.COM [Lead, MSN] Why link building may not work
| WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2009
You are publishing content in a hyperproductive namespace Hyperoptimized or hypercompetitive namespaces occur where the leading
sites rely on extensive link building. Best SEO Blog | Launch your site. Best SEO Blog About Us Visible Technologies Welcome to the Best SEO Blog! The latest in search engine marketing tactics, the tried and true techniques. Feel free to comment or suggest topics that you would like to know more about. MORE >>
WWW.STEPHANSPENCER.COM [Lead, MSN] Ecommerce Best Practice Tip #8: Incorporate discussion forums into your ecommerce site
| MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2009
Some customers become "regulars" on your forums -- which should, hopefully, lead
to you being top-of-mind more often when they are in the market for products that you sell. If the forum is architected correctly, each forum posting will become a separate page that ends up in Google, Yahoo, MSN
, Ask, etc. MORE >>
WWW.SEONIGHTMARES.COM [Lead, MSN] Google Penalties | SEO Nightmares
| MONDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2008
Keep the guidelines ( Google , Yahoo , MSN
) and my list Wrong Web design and Bad SEO Practice always in your mind when developing or updating your websites. This can only lead
to nightmares. SEO Nightmares Google Penalties Known Google filters and penalties You probably have a Google penalty when your site (or an important page) suddenly disappeared from the index. You will recognize this by lower traffic and lower sales. MORE >>
WWW.AUDETTEMEDIA.COM [Lead, MSN] The SEO Guide to Information Architecture | AudetteMedia
| WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 2008
No ODP: if you’ve been lucky enough to get a listing in DMOZ, you’ll want to add the meta name="robots" content="noodp" tag to force Google, MSN
and Yahoo! Ultimately (provided off-page factors are covered well), that will lead
to more pages in the search indexes and higher rankings. MORE >>
WWW.WEBMASTERWORLD.COM [Lead, MSN] How to do long tail SEO?
| MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 2009
markbaa #:705607 8:28 pm on June 7, 2005 (utc 0) Thanks for the lead
. When you have those, watch you referer logs to see what folks are using as search terms that lead
them to your pages. MORE >>
- [Lead, MSN] Excellent Analytics Tip #10: How Thick is Your Head and How Long is Your Tail? | Occam's Razor by Avinash Kaushik WWW.KAUSHIK.NET | WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2009