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SES Chicago 2009 – December 7-11, 2009

Keynote speakers this year for SES Chicago are Jeff Jarvis (Author of What Would Google Do?), Peter Morville (President Semantic Studios) and Dan Siroker (former Deputy New Media Director, Obama Presidential Transition and Founder, CarrotSticks). Agenda Overview SES Conference 12/7-9 Expo Hall 12/8-9 SEM Training 12/10 SEO Training 12/11 Link to the SES Chicago 2009 […]

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Google Wave Extensions List for Integration Bots

Here a a few Google Wave Extensions for Integration.  Some of these bots are still in “In Progress” including the PlonieBot which is suppose to bring wave document editing capabilities to Plone.  If anyone has any real applications that they have used with Google Wave please post a comment below showing us your work.  The […]

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Adobe to Acquire Omniture for $1.8 Billion

You can find the full press release of Adobe to Acquire Omniture at Adobe’s web site. It looks like Adobe is acquiring all of the outstanding common stock of Omniture for $21.50 per share in cash. As a current customer of Omniture I hope this allows them to speed up their turn around problems on […]

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Sirius Radio Offers iPhone App

The app will open access to exclusive programming from Sirius XM’s commercial free satellite radio service and its internet-only showcase channels. Missing, however, are major draws such as Howard Stern, NASCAR Radio, MLB Play-by-Play and NFL Play-by-Play. Listeners will also be able to immediately buy or tag music for later purchase through the Apple iTune […]

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Google One-line Sitelinks Are Starting To Appear on Major Search Terms

Below you can see the new one-line sitelinks for the search term nutrition.  The first three search results all have three one-line sitelinks for each listing. When I searched for computers I found that the new one-line sitelinks only for the first search result.  This time the search result displayed four one-line sitelinks, but only […]

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My Sunday morning reading for April 5, 2009

Search Engine Optimization Versus SMO (Social Media Optimization) – Kevin Davis Internet Marketing Consultants Be Prepared – SEO is Moving In-house! – Butterfly Twitter 2012 – Robert Scoble 

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Rumors Persist Around Google Buying Twitter – Somehow, I Have my Doubts

See this TechCrunch article for more detail on Google and Twitter … If you stop and think about this, it just makes sense to some degree. Google dominates in the area of search. But they don’t do ‘real-time’ search of conversations and that’s where Twitter is strong. If you haven’t used the http://search.twitter.com — do […]

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Discussion with Bruce Clay and Mike McDonald about Behaviorial Search at SES NY 2009

Mike McDonald of WebProNews sat down with Bruce Clay on camera at Search Engine Strategies Conference in New York and discussed behavioral search or as Bruce calls it personalized search. The video is under 15 minutes and is worth grabbing a cup of coffee and watching.   Bruce also discusses how his new free tools and SEMToolBar will help you faciliate […]

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YouTube: Trouble with Twitters

This funny video about Twitter is making it’s rounds on YouTube. Too funny to not post it. I think I even heard Danny Sullivan tweet about pickles yesterday. At first I thought it was odd to tweet about pickles, but now it makes since.

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RIM BlackBerry Bold 9000 is Coming to Sprint Someday

I did a Google search this morning looking to see if Sprint was any closer on coming out with the new BlackBerry Bold.  My search was blackberry bold sprint and the first two results were from infosyncworld.  They showed that the AT&T version was released in November of 2008 (we already knew that), but show that […]

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