Not to long ago Search Engine Optimization was all about optimizing your site. Things have changed. Of course optimizing your pages is still important, important to get your own site ranking. But what about those nine other results on the first page of the SERP? They are interesting too. And theoretically they can all be yours. And for that you have to step away from your site.
Last week the Times announced that in June readers will have to start paying for content. Is this the start […]
Search Engine Strategies New York 2010 has just ended. The largest search event around was again a big success with over 6000 visitors in the past three days. Tomorrow there will be workshops given in New York, but today the show officially ended. See here the pictures of SES New York 2010.
For many eyetracking research is new, for many others its the holy grail. It tells you where people are looking at. This can tell you a lot. The session about eye tracking therefor attracted a good crowd. The speakers all took a different angle at eyetracking research and what to do with it. It turned out to be a very informative session which didn’t just make eyetracking look perfect but gave hands on insights in how to use these studies.
Everybody wants to automate Twitter, but how to do that? This panel at SES New York tried to answer that question.
Day 1 of SES New York was busy but a lot of fun. Get some ‘feeling’ with the conference here.
For the final session of the day we decided to take a look at the Search & the Integrated Marketing […]
Where is search going? At SES New York a panel with Stefan Weitz (Bing), Larry Cornett (Yahoo), Brett Tabke (Yahoo) and Robert Murray (iProspect) try to answer that question.
The opening keynote of SES New York this year was done by David Meerman Scott. He talked about how companies should look broader than just their own site.
Google announced on their blog they will stop censoring search results for Google Search, Google News, and Google Images on Google.cn. Therefore they’ve relocated all the visits to Google China to www.google.hk.com (Google Hong Kong).