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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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Sep

12th

Analytics becoming integral to internet marketing

Web analytics are becoming central to internet marketing, according to new research. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has found that data-driven approaches are being increasingly employed by marketers to help understand net-savvy consumers, Channel News reports. Changes in consumer behaviour are altering how marketers think about areas such as integration, branding, accountability and internal organisation....

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Sep

4th

Yahoo! social search launches in the UK

Yahoo! is to launch its social search service in the UK, marking the event with a huge advertising campaign. The company’s Yahoo! Answers service already serves 50 million users with customised answers, allowing individuals to tap others’ personal knowledge to help resolve queries. To celebrate its launch in Britain, Yahoo! Answers is to be the...

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Sep

4th

New browser accused over adware

A piece of software which claims to secure web browsing for users has been accused of being built to direct users to advertising. A report on "Web3.0log" claimed that Browzar’s search bar redirects searches to paid results from Overture, while the browser’s permanently fixed home page also directs users to the same service. The author...

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Aug

30th

Danny Sullivan retires from Search Engine Watch

Danny Sullivan, Internet search guru and founder of Search Engine Watch (SEW), has announced that he is to leave the website he started. A series of sales left the company controlled by Jupitermedia, which founded the Search Engine Strategies (SES) conferences, a series of industry get-togethers focusing on the challenges of navigating and understanding search...

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Aug

24th

Web analytics to grow 22 per cent

Over the course of this year the UK market for web analytics is expected to grow 22 per cent, reports IT Week. The prediction comes from research and marketing firm E-consultancy, with the value of the UK market expected to rise to £56 million by the end of 2006. Growth in Internet use and the...

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Aug

20th

Web 2.0 ‘more than online marketing hype’

Online experts are urging businesses to ignore the hype over the buzz term ‘Web 2.0′, and concentrate instead on the changing face of online consumerism. An expert industry panel fielding representatives from Conchango, Pearson, Play.com and Ogilvy Interactive conceded yesterday that there was much "noise" surrounding the term Web 2.0, with suggestions that it is...

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Aug

7th

Google to flag up potential malware sites

Google is to present warnings to users when visiting sites suspected of distributing malware. The project, resulting from collaboration with StopBadware.org, will pop-up a warning whenever a user clicks a link through Google to a site which has been found to carry spyware or other malicious items. While current warnings are general in scope, StopBadware.org...

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Jul

27th

Finance and travel sites good to target car buyers, marketers advised

Marketing managers are being advised that travel, special interest and finance web sites are often more effective for ‘upper-funnel’ brand marketing than placing advertising on most automotive shopping sites. The findings come from J D Power’s first study into online marketing within the car sales industry, for which it surveyed 10,724 verified new-vehicle buyers with...

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Jun

25th

MSN and Yahoo! Search Tied for Second Place in UK

The focus on which search engine will grow to compete with Google. However in the UK, the battle is currently for second place, with Google far and away the favourite. Yahoo’s share of executed UK searches has grown to be tied with that of MSN. Yahoo! Search and MSN Search each powered just over 7%...

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Jun

11th

New User Habits Internet Research

Search Engine Strategies came to London in May. As I did not have to speak until the second day, I decided to sit in on a few of the sessions. The session on Searcher Behavior Research revealed an interesting angle on user behavior online. Graham Hansell from Sitelynx brought along a lady from the London...

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