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White House increases SEO


Throughout the presidential campaign Barack Obama called for change, and only in office for one day it seems that some drastic change has already occurred – in the search engine optimization (SEO) of

SEO is alive and kicking


There are some in the industry that say with the increase in personalized search search engine optimization (SEO) as we know it will be dead. But, WebProNews’ Peter Da Vanzo […]

Poor SEO makes Obama a “miserable failure”


Although the Obama administration has increased its search engine optimization (SEO) after taking control of the White House this week, one SEO holdover from the Bush presidency which tied the 43rd pr

Gaza conflict involved SEO


In what may prove to be one of the ways global conflicts are fought in the 21st century, Israel used search engine optimization (SEO) to halt the online backlash it was receiving during the recent con

Net neutrality affects SEO


Net neutrality is one issue that has the potential to greatly affect search engine marketing, but it is being almost completely overlooked by the industry. That’s according to WebProNews, which […]

Online news more trusted than television, blogs


People trust news they get from online sources as much or more than information gathered from friends or watching television, but they see blogs as the least trustworthy way of getting information.

Lack of SEO may hurt Burger King


An article from AdvertisingAge magazine shows just how important search engine optimization is, and how a missing "s" may be affecting a Burger King ad campaign.

Recently, Burger Ki

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