What is Bing?
Launched in early June, Bing is the latest search engine from Microsoft and represents the company’s latest attempt to gain market share on competitors Google and Yahoo. From a high level, Bing is essentially a combination of MSN Search and Live Search, re-formulated and rebranded as a stand-alone search engine (previous versions of [...]
Category Archives: Search News
Catalyst Point of View (POV)
Aligning to the FDA’s Policy
Pertaining to Search Advertising
By: Timothy Breen, Lee Tuttle
Vice Presidents, Catalyst online
If you (or your regulatory team) have any questions regarding this POV, please contact Tim Breen at Catalyst online at tbreen@CatalystSearchMarketing.com, or at 617.244.6679.
This month, Josh Walsh reviews the importance Social Media has taken in the communication universe and details the relevance this impact has on Search Campaigns.
Q: Has the definition of Social Media changed in 2009?
Josh: Social Media, much like the internet platform where it resides, is a constantly evolving network of ideas and in the race to be [...]
In this post, Account Director Lesley Ross explains the importance of integrating online and offline campaignsÂ to maximize budgets in anÂ uneasy economy.
Q: Online advertising spending is projected to increase by 8.9% this year, how do you suggest this spending be used most effectively by Marketers?
Lesley: The necessity for a â€œholisticâ€ approach to marketing has become over-stated, [...]
Whether you call it Closing the Loop, The Final Leg, or The Last Mile, the process of getting any deliverable â€“ including information â€“ to the final consumer is challenging. For marketers, The Last Mile means getting our message in front of customers, in a way that is relevant and timely, wherever they are â€“ [...]
So the weekly in the weekly links has been subject to a little license of late because of some logistical issues surrounding time management and deliverables. Plus I forgot to do it last week. So here are the search links that carry to most mojo this week. Like a witch doctor. But for SEO. And [...]
Weekly search links.
Answer these 10 questions before you charge for SEO. (SEOmoz)
Single Point of Failure. (SEO-Blackhat)
What else can you do to get indexed? (SE Watch)
Two airlines moving ahead with in-flight internet. (Techdirt)
Ask.com August 2007 update? (SE Roundtable)
Harry Potter Font looks like Yahoo Font. Hermione dies. (Matt Cutts)
Local Search driving offline transactions. (SE Land)
I don’t think anyone would argue that fact that the Overture suggestion tool is probably not the most accurate or effective keyword suggestion tool on the market today. Besides the fact that it still displays search volumes from January 2007, the accuracy of the numbers have been called into question over and over again [...]