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Keywords are the words that academics use to reveal the internal structure of an author’s reasoning. While they are used primarily for rhetoric, they are also used in a strictly grammatical sense for structural composition, reasoning, and comprehension. Indeed, they are an essential part of any language.
There are many different types of keyword categories including: Conclusion, Continuation, Contrast, Emphasis, Evidence, Illustration and Sequence. Each category serves its own fun...

YouTube Overhauls Search Options System, Now Called Filter & Explore

YouTube Overhauls Search Options System, Now Called Filter & Explore

I've complained plenty of times about how tough it can be to find a video on YouTube using the "search" or "browse" function. The filters have always been too basic and too restrictive for my tastes. But now I may have to shut my mouth …

Google Adwords Launches Paid Search Video Advertising (Media Ads): What Does it Mean for You?

Google Adwords Launches Paid Search Video Advertising (Media Ads): What Does it Mean for You?

It's been quite some time since Google Adwords starting looking at new ad formats via their AdWords New Ad Formats Initiative, well it seems like it is paying off as just last Thursday they announced a whole new ad format called Media Ads. The initiative …

An Unsolicited Advertising Suggestion for YouTube

An Unsolicited Advertising Suggestion for YouTube

YouTube, like their parent company, has some pretty slick programming applications. The most impressive, in my opinion, is Content ID. Content ID monitors uploaded video and alerts copyright holders whenever copyrighted video content is used illegally – automatically. At that point, the copyright holder can …

Google Might Value Brand Over Keyword-Rich Domain Names

Google Might Value Brand Over Keyword Rich Domain Names

Google is always changing the various signals they look at to determine a site's relevance. This is typically done in reaction to the world of SEO (particularly the black-hat variety) attempting to game one or more signals. For instance, the meta-description and meta-keyword tags don't …

The YouTube Black Hole: Where Good Videos Go To Die

The YouTube Black Hole: Where Good Videos Go To Die

We're missing out on a ton of great videos, and something has to be done about it. I've been thinking a lot about video curation lately. It's Nalts' fault, really—he's the one that got me started off down that line of thinking with his awesome …

Apple Announces The iPad They Should Have Released A Year Ago

Apple Announces The iPad They Should Have Released A Year Ago

Apple just made Xoom's road to success a lot harder, by announcing the iPad 2. Apple's big product announcement event today has garnered a ton of press, and rightly so. You'll never guess what they announced… A new iPad! Called the iPad 2! And guess what?! …

Google Search Adds YouTube Social Contacts As Sitelinks

Google Search Adds YouTube Social Contacts As Sitelinks

Mark noticed something very interesting the other day, and we thought it was worth sharing. Google is now rolling your YouTube social contacts into search results for "YouTube" whenever you're logged into your Google account–this is assuming, of course, that you have a YouTube account …

Google Publicly Accuses Bing of Stealing Search Results: The Gloves Are Off

Google Publicly Accuses Bing of Stealing Search Results: The Gloves Are Off

While Google and Microsoft have been heavyweight rivals for quite some time now, they're fighting a new battle today, and the gloves appear to be coming off. Never before in my time as a search engine marketing consultant have I ever seen the kind of …

Facebook and YouTube Rise To The Top Most Search Keywords for 2010

Facebook and YouTube Rise To The Top Most Search Keywords for 2010

Experian Hitwise has released a year-end report detailing the most-searched keyword phrases and most-visited websites of 2010.  Among the most interesting reveals is the declaration that Facebook overtook Google as the most-visited website.  Of course, they wouldn't be number one if Google wasn't feeding them …

Google Releases Annual Zeitgeist Report, An In-Depth Look At The 2010 Year In Search

Google Releases Annual Zeitgeist Report, An In Depth Look At The 2010 Year In Search

Last week we took a look at what some search engines were saying about the most popular queries of 2010.  All the major search engines typically release a recap of the year's most popular keywords and search phrases, and Yahoo, Bing, & AOL did so …

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