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Artificial intelligence – Should you be preparing your website?

21 July 2016

In this post from Jack Cooper, discover how artificial intelligence and machine learning are soon going to change the way we market products and services.

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My AdWords wish list for 2014

4 February 2014

Many AdWords professionals spend a lot of time navigating the interface. In this post Haukur Jarl lists five wishes that would make AdWords easier to use.

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The ‘Google Killer’ might Come From A Different Direction: Shazam?

19 September 2012

The next Google or Google killer might not be a search engine you think of right away, but something like Shazam is doing

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Past and Future: I’m an old man now, you better listen

17 September 2012

When turning 40 Bas gives a personal view on how he sees where he is going, but most importantly where online marketing is going.

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The Future of SEO

9 June 2011

Today I want to walk you through and talk you through some of the interesting conversations that emerged from a panel comprised almost entirely of State of Search bloggers...

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The Rules by Which We Play

18 April 2011

It’s a zero-sum game, this industry of ours. There are winners and there are losers. There can only be one site that ranks highest, and many sites that rank...

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“You won’t win it with a single website anymore, you just won’t” – Search: where to next panel

23 March 2010

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.

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