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Monthly Archive for: ‘March, 2009’

Don’t short-change your analytics

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At Amplify Interactive, we look at statistical history when drawing comparisons to current analytic and pay-per-click numbers.  The search behavior of the world populace is a wild and wacky one; there are dips and gains.  Most of the time, you can predict lower or higher search volume for any given month for an industry-set of search terms by looking at …

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SEMpdx SearchFest 2009 – Impressions

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As I alluded to last week with my post “SEMpdx SearchFest 09 Rawked!“, I asked the team to give me their impressions from SearchFest 09. The SEMpdx board put together a similar post on the SEMpdx blog and you can read all of our SearchFest 2009 Reflections impressions over there. We’re biased though because we’re too close to SearchFest, so …

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Are Search Engine Users Getting Smarter?

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Hitwise recently published a study on search query length that showed that longer search queries are getting more & more popular. In layman’s terms – search engine users are typing more words into the search box than they used to. The major takeaway from the study is that people still primarily use two-word queries in search engines, but searches that …

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SEMpdx SearchFest 09 Rawked!

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We’ll be posting the team’s thoughts shortly, but I wanted to seize the opportunity today to put down a few links and leave a few of thoughts of my own. As president of SEMpdx, I was really proud of the quality of the event. Having had to plan SearchFest on my own previously – I know it’s not easy and …

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