So Google finally removes the word scam from its search suggestion engine, keeping businesses safe from nasty competitors, but was this a good move for consumers who use the word scam as a truth signal?
Remember that kid who always mimicked everything you did, back in grade school? It sucked. And what did your mom say when you complained about this leech? Odds are it was something like “copying someone is the highest form of flattery.” That probably got your mom a massive, accomplished eye-roll. But what happens when you’re dealing with the same situation as an adult…and this time, the copying hurts more than your sense of individual badassery? Ask Groupon.
Check out our review of Google Hotpot with NFC technology versus alternative local search and business review tools, such as Foursquare, Yelp, Gowalla, and CitySearch.
#1 Ranked SEO Expert Steve Wiideman Leaves Relevant Ads Wiideman Leaves Local Search Agency to Teach Search Engine Optimization to Business Owners Fountain Valley, Calif. – May 21th, 2010 – Search Engine Guru Steve Wiideman has spent over 5 years working with friend and colleague David Rodecker of Relevant Ads (aka: “Local Splash”) and as [...]
Another question from the recent ClickZ webinar: When is the Yahoo! and Microsoft transition going to take place and once it happens what technology/interface will marketers be using to manage their PPC campaigns? Melissa Schnurstein from Yahoo! answered this PPC question. According to Yahoo!, the transition is scheduled to take place before the Holiday season [...]