How do you follow an act like building an online advertising network, running it for 10 years and selling it to investors for $1.1 billion? If you
Search engine optimization (SEO) can be a contradictory combination of science and intuition. On the one hand, as often practiced by professionals, it assesses the relevance of a Web page to a keyword in terms of measurable, concrete factors such as keyword density and backlink counts. On the other hand, the values assigned to those factors (What keyword density is required? How many backlinks?) can be loose. Often, they
Chicago–No matter how pretty your e-commerce site looks on the outside, it may still be in need of an extreme makeover on the inside. That
Intellext’s Watson is a downloadable application that sits on your computer, either in a licensed form for the enterprise version or an ad-supported one for the free software, and takes note of what you
By integrating GPS with local directory content, InfoSpace has come up with FindIt, a new application that lets mobile users look for retail services or maps on their cell phones.
A recent survey conducted by Jupiter Media for search engine marketing firm iProspect set out to discover exactly what benefits there are to coming in first, or at least within the first few results pages for a keyword search.
Earlier this year SearchLine wrote about an effort among a group of online retailers, e-commerce firms and Internet shopping engines to standardize procedures for submitting data feeds of products to online shopping engines and marketing around SKUs. Here