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  • No pain, no gain is the understory of many successful site designs

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    No pain, no gain is the understory of many successful site designs

    Taking risks and recovering from flops is part of effective design, IRCE speaker says.

    Posted 02/17/2011Mary WagnerPost a comment

    Taking risks and recovering from flops is part of effective design, IRCE speaker says.
  • / Marketing

    MyGlassSlipper polishes Google search strategy to step up sales

    More than a year after taking steps to improve his natural search results on Google, Fred Hord has started to see increased sales.

    Posted 04/15/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    More than a year after taking steps to improve his natural search results on Google, Fred Hord has started to see increased sales.
  • / Marketing

    Controlling web content helps natural search rankings, experts say

    Search engine web crawlers constantly check for new content to index on web sites, which can affect a site’s ranking in natural search results. Thus, it pays to ensure that sites are presenting crawlers with new and unduplicated information, experts say.

    Posted 05/22/2008Don DavisPost a comment

    Search engine web crawlers constantly check for new content to index on web sites, which can affect a site’s ranking in natural search results. Thus, it pays to ensure that sites are presenting crawlers with new and unduplicated information, experts say.
  • Finding Gold

    Site search is blossoming into a tool that delivers more than a list of results. E-retailers are ordering results based on business goals and beginning to blend site and web search.

    Posted 01/31/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Site search is blossoming into a tool that delivers more than a list of results. E-retailers are ordering results based on business goals and beginning to blend site and web search.
  • / Press Release

    MarketLive v5 Introduces Best-In-Class SEO

    Petaluma, CA -- MarketLive, Inc., the market leader of e-commerce retail technology and services for Intelligent Selling® on the Web, has announced it has architected integral search engine optimization (SEO) advancements in its newest e-commerce platform - MarketLive® v5.2. The SEO functionality will enable MarketLive 5 clients to effectively maximize their visibility within search engines and establish stronger organic page rankings. "An...

    Posted 08/25/2006

    Petaluma, CA -- MarketLive, Inc., the market leader of e-commerce retail technology and services for Intelligent Selling® on the Web, has announced it has architected integral search engine optimization (SEO) advancements in its newest e-commerce platform - MarketLive® v5.2. The SEO functionality…
  • / Marketing

    National Allergy Supply maintains high search rankings on new site platform

    With web sales surging in recent years, largely due to search marketing, National Allergy Supply took several steps to assure that its new e-commerce platform would maintain the same high natural search rankings, vice president John Fry says.

    Posted 08/03/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    With web sales surging in recent years, largely due to search marketing, National Allergy Supply took several steps to assure that its new e-commerce platform would maintain the same high natural search rankings, vice president John Fry says.
  • / Press Release

    ShopWiki Launches Next-Generation Shopping Search Engine

    Searches World`s Largest Index of Stores Without Accepting Feeds from Retailers; Features More than 1,000 Wiki Buying Guides NEW YORK, NY - April 19, 2006 - Kevin Ryan and Dwight Merriman, former CEO and CTO of DoubleClick, announced today the launch of ShopWiki (http://www.shopwiki.com), the complete shopping search engine and buying guide. Unlike most shopping search providers, who rely on data feeds from retailers, ShopWiki uses advanced Web...

    Posted 04/20/2006

    Searches World`s Largest Index of Stores Without Accepting Feeds from Retailers; Features More than 1,000 Wiki Buying Guides NEW YORK, NY - April 19, 2006 - Kevin Ryan and Dwight Merriman, former CEO and CTO of DoubleClick, announced today the launch of ShopWiki (http://www.shopwiki.com), the…
  • / Press Release

    LookSmart Provides Update on Strategic Initiatives

    Company Plans Reverse Stock Split to Reduce Share Count and Maintain Nasdaq National Market Listing SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19 -- LookSmart (NASDAQ:LOOK) ( ASX: LOK) , an online media and technology company providing vertical search to consumers and control to publishers, today provided an update regarding its recent business progress. "Since the beginning of this year, we`ve been focused on executing a turnaround plan for the Company that leverages...

    Posted 09/20/2005

    Company Plans Reverse Stock Split to Reduce Share Count and Maintain Nasdaq National Market Listing SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 19 -- LookSmart (NASDAQ:LOOK) ( ASX: LOK) , an online media and technology company providing vertical search to consumers and control to publishers, today provided an update…
  • / Press Release

    DOGPILE.COM FIRST TO COMBINE SEARCH RESULTS FROM MSN SEARCH WITH GOOGLE, YAHOO AND ASK JEEVES

    With the Addition of MSN Search, Dogpile.com Users Can Efficiently Find More of the Web’s Most Relevant Search Results in One Place BELLEVUE, Wash. – August 2, 2005 – Dogpile.com today announced that search results from MSN Search are now available on the Web’s leading metasearch engine. By becoming the first to combine results from the four leading search sites-MSN Search, Google, Yahoo and Ask Jeeves-Dogpile.com gives consumers the most...

    Posted 08/10/2005

    With the Addition of MSN Search, Dogpile.com Users Can Efficiently Find More of the Web’s Most Relevant Search Results in One Place BELLEVUE, Wash. – August 2, 2005 – Dogpile.com today announced that search results from MSN Search are now available on the Web’s leading metasearch engine. By…
  • / Technology

    Beyond easily searchable documents lies the invisible web, says Overture

    Though search engine indices may pull from as many as 5 billion documents, even more web content is “invisible” if web crawlers miss deep or dynamic content. Now Overture and Yahoo are out to reveal that invisible content.

    Posted 03/17/2004Mary WagnerPost a comment

    Though search engine indices may pull from as many as 5 billion documents, even more web content is “invisible” if web crawlers miss deep or dynamic content. Now Overture and Yahoo are out to reveal that invisible content.

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