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Google’s “Step Inside AdWords” News: Features For App Ads, More UI Tools, No Wild Surprises

Anticipation has been running high among paid search marketers about what today’s AdWords announcement — dubbed “Step Inside AdWords — might hold, since Google began teasing the news. However, any fears of drastic changes in the vein of last year’s move to enhanced…



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SearchCap: Recapping Google’s “Step Inside AdWords” News Event

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. From Search Engine Land: Search Marketers: Keep Calm, Carry On Everybody loves progress, but nobody likes change. This adage is particularly true any time Google announces major upgrades…



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What Do Google’s Earnings Reports Tell Us About AdWords Trends?

Google published their quarterly earnings last week, but they tell us quite a lot about what is happening on AdWords across the market. Paid search budgets are growing. But what’s the story with mobile and why aren’t CPCs rising?

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Google’s 4/22 AdWords News: Features For App Ads, More UI Tools, No Wild Surprises

Anticipation has been running high among paid search marketers about what today’s AdWords announcement — dubbed “Step Inside AdWords — might hold, since Google began teasing the news. However, any fears of drastic changes in the vein of last year’s move to enhanced…



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Google’s Matt Cutts: How To Avoid Buying A Domain Name Previously Ruined By Spammers

In his latest video, Google head of web spam (and, today, Boston Marathon runner) Matt Cutts offers a few quick tips to avoid purchasing a domain name that may have been previously destroyed by a spammer. The video is in response to the following question from a site owner who purchased a bad…



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Google’s Cutts On Big SEO Myths Are… – Search Engine Roundtable

Google's Cutts On Big SEO Myths Are…
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Google's Matt Cutts released a video on the topic of some of the largest SEO myths out today. He broke it down into two categories: (1) Ads and their influence on organic results. (2) Quick fixes to break Google's algorithm. On the ads from, Matt Cutts

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Google’s Matt Cutts On SEO Myths: Ads Correlate To Organic Results & More…

In a recent video from Google Head of Search Spam Matt Cutts, Matt talks about the biggest SEO myths he sees today. By far, the biggest myth, according to Cutts, is how people think Google makes changes to their search results with the only intent of making more money. Matt said buying or not…



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Google’s Matt Cutts On SEO Myths: Ads Correlate To Organic Results & More… – Search Engine Land

Google's Matt Cutts On SEO Myths: Ads Correlate To Organic Results & More…
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Matt said buying or not buying ads has no positive or negative impact on your rankings. In addition, Google does not make changes to their organic algorithms based on encouraging people to buy ads. All of this, according to Matt Cutts, is a big SEO myth.
SEO, Your Website & You: 5 Myths & 10 TipsSearch Engine Watch
Cutts Talks SEO 'Myths,' Says To Avoid 'Group Think'WebProNews
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Yahoo Wants Google’s Spot as the Default iOS Search Engine

Will we see Apple switch its default search engine from Google to Yahoo? That’s the scenario Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer is looking to make a reality. Google currently pays Apple about $1 billion a year to be the default iOS search engine.

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Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google’s Rules to Get Top … – Search Engine Watch

Search Engine Optimization Companies: Break Google's Rules to Get Top
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We (the "good guy" SEO companies) keep saying that you "can't do this" (and we have seen penalties and know this to be true), but when the common person is searching for "search engine optimization companies", you would think that after all of these
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Topseoscom Selects Boostability as the Second Top Search Engine Marketing IT Business Net

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