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Dixon Jones set up Receptional in 1999. As one of the founding fathers of the search engine marketing industry, Dixon regularly participates as a public speaker at major internet conferences around the world including SMX; SES and Pubcon.

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Oct

9th

Google eyes YouTube deal

Search engine giant Google looks set to acquire video-sharing website YouTube in a 1.6 billion deal. Google is hoping to attract new audiences after its own video-sharing service Google Video has been unable to achieve the same level of market penetration as YouTube has since its launch. According to figures quoted by the BBC, YouTube...

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Oct

6th

WMA awards Houston Theatre District

The Houston Theatre District has been chosen by the Web Marketing Association (WMA) as the Best Art Industry Winner at the tenth annual international WebAward Competition. Some 96 websites are chosen during the awards, as representing the best web effort that their respective industries have to show for that year. The goal of the annual...

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Oct

3rd

Google founders buy garage where it all began

The founders of the search engine giant Google, Larry Page and Sergey Brin, have bought the modest house whose garage served as their first office. Located in Menlo Park, California, the property consists of a large garage with a couple of rooms joined on the back which served as Google headquarters for five months. When...

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Oct

2nd

Baby boomers an ‘untapped market’

The baby boomer generation is a market that the web has left largely untapped, according to the founder of the popular jobs website Monster.com. Speaking to Business Week, the entrepreneur and founder of Monster.com, Jeff Taylor, said that though there are few websites catering to boomers specifically, the potential of the market is huge. Taylor’s...

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Sep

29th

BBC and Microsoft partner to revamp new media offerings

The BBC and Microsoft have reached a professional understanding that would ensure BBC changes as fast as the technology. The "memorandum of understanding" identifies common areas of interest and where an alliance could be developed. For example, projects could see the BBC consult Microsoft in web 2.0 design for their website and associated media content....

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Sep

27th

Search engine exposure growing in importance

The use of search engines to market products is likely to become one of the leading methods of advertising on the internet, according to leading web service provider. According to a recent US study internet advertisingrevenues will hit $18 billion next year, and with the refinement of search engine marketingthe use of banner ads seems...

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Sep

25th

Paid search ‘only slightly better than organic’

A new survey suggests that paid for search results only produce a nine per cent advantage in conversion rates over organic searchresults. The study by WebSideStory, for the first eight months of the year, found that keywords bought on a pay-per-clickbasis recived a median conversion rate of 3.40 per cent, while organic search results yielded...

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Sep

19th

Quigo set sights on Google and Yahoo!

Although far smaller than rivals Google and Yahoo! search firm Quigo is winning important advertising business from its competition based on a non-threatening advertising strategy. Quigo’s AdSonar online advertising system works like Google’s AdSense and Yahoo!’s Content Match, but scores highly in winning business away from search engine rivals, firms which are increasingly competing with...

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Sep

18th

Google ordered to remove French news in Belgium

Google faces a daily fine of

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Sep

13th

Yahoo! in new mobile search agreement

Yahoo! has signed a new mobile search agreement with mobile internet provider Bango. The deal will mean that Yahoo!’s search facilities are incorporated into Bango’s mobile content platform, and will allow businesses to set up a mobile presence and billing system with a minimum of fuss. The system will also allow firms to establish mobile...

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