Video Search Results Displaying Differently in Google

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On September 21, 2008
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I was searching this morning for some of the latest news on the plane crash that killed four and critically injured former Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker and DJ AM. In the search results for “travis barker” I noticed something that I hadn’t seen before – double video search results. Here is a clipped screenshot […]
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SEMNE Event Recap: Using Marketing to Enhance Your Search Traffic

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On September 18, 2008
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Last night’s Search Marketing New England (SEMNE) Event in Trumbull Connecticut was a complete success for myself and four others from ADP and BZ Results.  You wouldn’t think that piling people into a car for two hours would be fun – but it was a great break for a team that has been hard at […]
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Tonight’s SEMNE Event in Trumbull Connecticut

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On September 16, 2008
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It’s a long ride from our office in Coventry Rhode Island but we’re putting our SEMNE membership to use! I’m joining three other team members and two designers (including Hunter Satterwhite) from the ADP and BZ Results teams, and we’re making the 99 mile drive to Trumbull Connecticut for tonight’s Search Engine Marketing New England […]
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Tynt’s CEO Derek Ball Responds to SEO Community Concerns

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On September 11, 2008
  • 16 Comments
My lengthy blog post last night regarding the concerns webmasters and search engine marketers have regarding the new Tynt Beta service was met with cult-like following.  While my post received attention from sources like Twitter and Sphinn, where many shared my views – it also helped Tynt to understand concerns and prepare a response plan. […]
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Ranting: Google & Online Reputation Management

  • Posted by Eric Lander
  • On September 9, 2008
  • 30 Comments
There have been undercurrents in the search industry for years that place Google in the wrong with their hypocritical “do no evil” claims.  For many folks (including myself) their goal of “organizing the world’s information” is bullshit.  Pure bullshit. Google is hurting what they once were. Small businesses and startups alike are being penalized every […]
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