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Small businesses intimidated by SEO


A new study from Microsoft finds that almost 60 percent of small businesses with websites don’t use any form of paid search marketing, with 9 out of 10 saying they never even tried it.

The su

Content marketing to expand in 2009


Despite rough economic times and news that the U.S. is officially in a recession, a majority of companies will expand their spending on content marketing in 2009.

That’s based on a resea

Google remains search engine leader


New figures from internet analysis company comScore finds that Google is continuing to have a strangle hold in the world of search engines, conducting more than triple the searches of Yahoo, its close

Social networks might help SEO


Social networking sites have grown from a niche market for teenagers and college students to a bona fide phenomenon with Facebook claiming more than 140 million active users and the 25 and older age g

SEO important for non-profits, charities


When it comes to search engine optimization, people typically think of businesses looking to increase traffic and revenue. But another segment of the population can benefit from SEO as well – cha

SEO predictions for 2009


Affiliate Summit West less than two weeks away


It is less than two weeks before the start of the first major online marketing conference of the new year with the three-day Affiliate Summit West conference beginning January 11th in Las Vegas.

Web communicates values say consumers


The internet is an increasingly important way for companies to get their message across to consumers. That’s the finding of a study from global communications company MS&L, which also suggests […]

SEO expert revisits ‘ranking is dead’


At November’s PubCon in Las Vegas, SEO expert Bruce Clay told WebProNews that "ranking is dead." In his interview with the website back in November, Clay said any number of […]