• Laurie Sullivan, Jan 20, 2011, 5:26 PM
  • Let The Google Doodle Competition BeginDoodle 4 Google

    Doodle 4 Google, the annual competition that invites schoolkids, grades K-12, to create a logo for Google.com, starts today. Registration closes March 2, and submissions must be postmarked by March 16. This year's contest asks kids to use the statement "What I'd like to do someday..." as a creative springboard for an illustration. In a video on the Web site page, Marissa Mayer explains last year's contest.Read the whole story...

  • Yes, Search Engines Exist Outside U.S.CNet.com

    The Russian search engine Yandex reported 2010 revenue rose 43% to 12.5 billion rubles, or $420 million at today's exchange rate, according to Stephen Shankland. He reminds us there are search engines that live outside the U.S. and that Google doesn't have "a total lock on search."Read the whole story...

  • The Future Of Paid SearchSearch Engine Watch

    Alex Cohen tries to tell us the future of paid search doesn't include keywords, but the process continues to evolve. This evolution puts more emphasis on targeting, images and pricing. Cohen believes Google Product Listing Ads and Google Boost offer the best glimpse into a future of paid search without keywords. He tells us why.Read the whole story...

  • Low-Search-Volume Keyword How-TosPPC Hero

    It's not an area Caleb needs to worry about most days, but still good to know. So, he defines the term "low search volume keyword," how to manage such keywords, and how too many of them can impact an a campaign.Read the whole story...