*has a nice summary and good references listed for the Web Accelerator scandal. Yup – I do think Goog owns us now.
I started doing this marketing activity years ago and it never ceases to amaze me how effective this simple strategy is.
Each Monday morning identify 5 marketing actions and book em like appointments. Then, dont go home on Friday until they are done.
The moment has passed, I know. Whatever stench of cultural relevance the Apprentice–and by extension, The Donald–may have once had has long since dissipated. And yet, I’m powerless to turn away from this prime-time train wreck.
*Couldn’t help myself – I found someone else who’s drawn to the train wreck too! Truly though, Kendra did a great job – but had nowhere near the challenge that Tana did. I’m yelling *fixed*.
Who else didn’t realize Jason was loose today? Friday the 13th, yikes!
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Yes, Iâ€™m a bit late on the commentary on this one, but after seeing it first hand I thought it was still very worthwhile. These studies are pretty cool, and offer insight and validation on working search marketing theories.
*I’m sayin it again – Too Late! Goog owns us
Reason #99 Why I don’t want to be dependent on goog.
Google’s sweeping changes confirm the search giant has launched a full out assault against artificial link inflation and declared war against search engine spam in a continuing effort to provide the best search service in the world… and if you thought you cracked the Google Code and had Google all figured out – guess again.
Google today shipped the gold master of its new Internet Explorer toolbar, complete with the oft-criticized autolink feature. eWeek has more including a soundbite from me. While the company made some changes to the Toolbar to give users options, Google still snubbed publishers.
That’s it for now, enjoy your weekend!