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the majority of keyword searches specifying a domain only specify the domain and do not use any advanced search parameters such
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Do Keywords Matter in Google's Hummingbird World?
MarketingProfs.com (subscription) / 3/4/14
Rolled out in late 2013, the Google search engine Hummingbird delivers answers instead of educated guesses. Powered by semantic search, results are returned based upon an understanding of what users are looking for—rather than a rank order of ...
Popular real estate keywords revealed
OPP Connect / 2/28/14
Overseas property agents and marketing specialists have revealed popular online keywords that are most effective in selling homes. Keywords are terms used by search engines that represent the content of a webpage and the way people look for web ...
The bath bomb battle - trademark and keywords considered again
Lexology (registration) / 2/26/14
The first being the use of the keyword “Lush” which when typed into the Google search engine generates sponsored link adverts for Amazon containing the trade mark LUSH, such as “Lush Bath Bombs at Amazon”. Considering such use, the HC held these ...
Silicon Beach Digital Launches DIY Guaranteed Pay-Per-Keyword SEO Program
The Herald | HeraldOnline.com (press release) / 2/20/14
SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Silicon Beach Digital (SBD), a Santa Monica based search engine optimization company, today announced the launch of its do-it-yourself, guaranteed, fully customizable pay-per-keyword SEO program. The announcement comes ...
Bing Updates Webmaster Guidelines: Keyword Stuffing Now Off Limits
Search Engine Roundtable / 2/20/14
When creating content, make sure to create your content for real users and readers, not to entice search engines to rank your content better. Stuffing your content with specific keywords with the sole intent of artificially inflating the probability of ranking for ...
Got Hit by “Not Provided”? Grab Your Organic Keyword Data!
Search Engine Journal / 1/31/14
Google revealed search algorithm updates aimed at eliminating spam from the results page and minimizing its impact on provided results. As search engines became more competitive, many companies adopted a strategy based on gaming search engine ...
Using Paid Search to Fuel Your Local SEO Keyword Research
Search Engine People (blog) / 1/29/14
Back in October I shared a way to use Google Trends to fine tune your local keyword research, but this month I'd like to talk about another way to uncover the best keywords to target for your local campaign using paid search. I've recently been working with a local client who practices structural integration, or rolfing, ... His passion for search engine optimization and social media is only rivaled by his passion for music. Mike is a Southern California SEO specializing in SEO, Local Search Optimization, and Social Media ...
Move beyond keyword search, expert advises
FutureGov Magazine / 1/28/14
“Traditional techniques, such as search engines, used to search for information based on keywords are great at finding a static web page. However, they are much less appropriate for finding rich structured or media-based information which is associated in ...
Bing: It's a myth that keyword rich domains improve search engine ranking
TheDomains.com / 1/16/14
Duane Forrester, Sr. Product Manager of Bing, claims it's a myth that keyword rich domain names improve search engine rankings in a post published yesterday on the Bing Webmaster Blog. This came about after Forrester attended Namescon and ... This is beneficial from both the search engines' and the searchers' points of view because it results in better content ranking higher instead of rewarding those who are trying to manipulate the rankings. Read the full article here. Perception or reality has certainly ...
Searching for answers over keyword searches: CDA blocks state law IP claims
Lexology (registration) / 1/8/14
Those “keyword” advertisements are a significant source of revenue for the online search engines, appearing on consumers' computer screens next to the “organic” search results when consumers type in relevant phrases or terms. The ads work because they are ... law intellectual property claims either. With regard to the federal trademark infringement claims, the Court found that the use of a trademark as a search engine keyword was sufficiently likely to cause consumer confusion to survive a motion to dismiss.
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