I don't know, maybe Jill thinks we just sell text ads. And I would if they made business sense to do so. But think about it, what would I charge for a single text link? $50 a month? I can't afford to service clients who are only spending $50 a month. Naturally customers want to talk with me, submit changes, ask questions, etc. My business can't provide that support for $50 ads and make a profit. And just so there is no confusion, I have no qualms selling text ads, graphic ads, video ads, or whatever if it benefits my audience, my advertisers and my business. … [Read more...] about Search Engine Guide Publisher Responds to PageRank Drop
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Nearly twice as many consumers trust online reviews over search ads according to a new survey released by Nielson. 78% of people asked say they trust websites based on recommendations from consumers. Low on the trust scale: text ads on mobile phones 18%, online banner ads 26%, search engine ads 34%. People love recommendations. It's one of the reasons why we all go to Amazon to shop... recommendations. It's a social world and you need to get social! … [Read more...] about Search Engine Guide – Thursday, October 11
No one else we could think of could possibly fill the void on our site the way Stoney can. So, as much as the other editors of the world may cry to know that Stoney's content will now be appearing exclusively on this site as he helps me crank up the content, our small business readers can delight in knowing they no longer have to chase Stoney around the web. If you love him as much as we do, you'll find him right here, on a regular basis, sharing his infinite knowledge of organic search, usability, and obscure movie quotes. … [Read more...] about Who is the Latest Sucker…er…Brilliant Mind to Join the Search Engine Guide Team?
Sage gives a thumbs up to Search Engine Guide for the site redesign! Search engine optimization continues to gain popularity according to Marketing Sherpa's latest survey; it's low cost and high return keep SEO as one of the best online tactics for budget plans. Danny Sullivan's site Search Engine Land confirms Yahoo's layoffs, and Google emails its customers so they know to link their AdWords account with their Analytics to ensure accurate results. … [Read more...] about Video: Search Engine Guide Gets Props and SEO Stays Hot
According to the Gizoogle site, the engine was created as a tribute to Snoop Dogg himself by fans of the rapper/actor. How long the site will remain active once Google's lawyers get on the ball remains to be seen, but in the meantime, searchers around the Web are having fun playing with S-to-tha-izzearch Snoop Dogg style. … [Read more...] about A Little Search Engine Fun, SnoopDog Style