Search Engines Honor 9/11 Today

Posted by Eric Frye & filed under Friday Fun, National.

Like many major tragedies, the events of September 11, 2001 have been politicized and wildly distorted over time. Yet what remain most poignant are individual stories of heroism and tragic family loss. We all have a special responsibility to preserve these stories for generations. Especially today, on its eighth anniversary. A free Friday moment? Celebrate… Read more »

Google: Up, Up & Away

Posted by Eric Frye & filed under National, Search Engine Marketing, Tech Updates.

Did use of the verb “Googling” cement your switch from Yahoo (or Altavista), back in 2002?  Or are you proudly using a “mix” of search engines, showing no loyalty to one over the other? If you show no preference to one search engine today, the New York Times is surprised.  The Times, along with many… Read more »

How to Spot a Bad SEO Firm

Posted by Eric Frye & filed under National, Search Engine Marketing.

Eric Enge of Stone Temple Consulting recently made an interesting post in his “Ramblings About SEO” blog titled “11 Ways to Recognize a Bad SEO Firm”. We liked it enough to share it with our readers as well. Here’s our summary of what he had to say, but you can also click the link above… Read more »

Google Continues Search Dominance

Posted by Eric Frye & filed under National, Search Engine Marketing.

comScore released the February 2008 U.S. Search Rankings report this week. Google almost doubled the number of searches of MSN & Yahoo combined. Google’s share of all U.S. searches was 59.2%, which was a slight increase of 0.7% over January 2008. Yahoo’s share was 21.6% and MSN’s 9.6% in February. The number of overall searches… Read more »