Tuesday, August 17, 2010
  • Laurie Sullivan, August 17, 2010, 12:58 PM
  • GMail Gets Auto FollowGmail Help

    Google has launched a feature in Gmail Buzz that suggests whom you should follow. It's called Automatic Following Suggestions. The rationale: those with a large contact list might have missed some friends when choosing people to follow in Buzz. The Gmail team provides an example of how it works and why GMail Buzz users might want to use it.Read the whole story...

  • Techies Get App Engine For Java And PythonGoogle Developer Blog

    Google releases the 1.3.6 version of App Engine for Java and Python. The release includes several new features such as relaxed quota and datastore limitations, along with added various issue fixes. A little techie, but the App Engine team details the features, and offers up links for additional information on how to use the technology.Read the whole story...

  • How Advertisers With Large Budgets Join SEO And SocialSearch Engine Watch

    Imelda Khoo, blogging from SES in San Francisco, gives us the rundown on a presentation discussing how large advertisers accelerate their SEO campaign with social media. Folks from Covario and Well Fargo participated. The group talks about how social media impacts SEO, how to determine budgets for social media vs. SEO, and if the value's in organic or paid search.Read the whole story...

  • Ways SEO And PPC Work TogetherSearch Engine Journal

    Ann Donnelly questions why site owners pay out for PPC advertising each month when they could spend a portion of the budget on professional SEO services and likely maintain good organic results at no or very little ongoing cost. To find the answer, she provides a list of fears and myths marketers have that could hold them back. For example, fear of pissing off the Web designer by questioning their reasoning for doing something. Or, keeping up with the Jones when you really need to find the answer with the Smiths.Read the whole story...

  • Google Introduces Enhanced CPCGoogle Inside AdWords

    Google has introduced Enhanced CPC, an automatic bidding feature meant to improve return on investments on Max CPC campaigns, according to Dan Friedman. He provides insight on how to get started using the tool, and adds that advertisers cannot use AdWords Editor to modify campaigns using Enhanced CPC. Google is working to ensure compatibility in the near future.Read the whole story...