Search Engine Marketing Thoughts features information on Google AdWords blog, Yahoo Search Marketing (Overture) analysis, and affiliate marketing tips. The author, David Rodnitzky, is a search engine marketer located in San Francisco, California.
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I speculated a few months ago that an economic recession could lead to a decline in Google's Quality Score standards. To put it bluntly, as Google's 'quality' advertisers cut back spend, Google would have no choice but to let affiliates, MFAs, and the like back into the AdWords ranks. Over the...
A day doesn't go by where I don't see some shoddy Internet statistics. I received my copy of OMMA magazine today and found this gem of a statistic - an overview of the top "unemployment" related terms and Web sites, courtesy of Hitwise:While I have no doubt that Ohio has been disproportionately...
How this one got past the AdSense quality team is beyond me . . . And why didn't I think about buying the URL "peeplo" - I gotta get back on GoDaddy and add to my domain collection.
The video "United Breaks Guitars" has received 2.5 million page views on YouTube . . . in the last week. Here's the link:And if that wasn't enough, the story has now been picked up by CNN!Bad customer service in the Internet age, it's a bad idea!
This is Google's biggest, most controversial move ever - introducing an operating system to directly compete with Microsoft and Apple. I think this is actually a watershed moment for Google - it's either the moment that they finally transcend search and truly move beyond the Company's origins, or...
Josef Stalin may well be the most under-rated dictator in history. Though most people would point to Hitler and Pol Pot as the most brutal leaders of the 20th century, by sheer numbers, Stalin was the worst. Read the Wikipedia summary of his life and you'll see what I mean: "if famine victims are...
Apparently you can now buy parts of the English language on Shopping.com! Today I was doing a search for "buying adjectives" (trying to create a master list of words to use in keyword generation), and here's the first result I get on Google:
Guest Post: Terry Whalen of CPC Search Tells Us Why Rumors of Bing's Ascendance Are Greatly Overrated!
Though I like some of the features in Bing, I don't have much faith that Bing is going to overtake Google in search market-share, or even put much of a dent in Google's share over the long run. And I'm not alone in this assessment. My good friend Terry Whalen from CPCSearch has graciously agreed to...
It seems there are a lot of Twitter apologists who refuse to listen to anyone with a negative reaction to Twitter. To wit, most of the comments I got on my last Twitter post were from people either accusing me of link bait (I wish I knew how!) or of misunderstanding Twitter entirely.Today, however,...
I try to stay "hip" to the latest Internet innovations. I use Facebook, LinkedIn, Meebo, Google Latitudes, and yes, I've tried Twitter. After about four months of tweeting, however, I think I understand the Tweetosphere enough to draw this simple conclusion: Twitter, in its current form, will not...