Got SEM Questions? Ask Them Virtually At Search Engine Strategies

Aug 15, 2007 • 7:08 am | comments (1) by twitter Google+ | Filed Under Search Engine Strategies 2007 San Jose
 

Frank Waston is taking SEO and SEM questions at a Search Engine Watch Forums thread. For those who cannot attend the conference, this is a great way to ask your question and have them represented for you at the conference.

Frank, aka AussieWebmaster, wrote:

Anyone not attending the conference but has a questioon they would like answered please post it here.

I will make a list on Saturday and then get people at the show to answer them.

So, fire up those questions. You only have a few more days until this Saturday. The conference starts Monday morning (PST) time.

As always, we will be covering the conference in detail. I will be posting a conference schedule shortly.

Forum discussion at Search Engine Watch Forums.

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Comments:

KimE

10/08/2008 11:56 pm

I am getting a lot of "illogical" searches on my internal search function on my site. The site is a consumer electronics site and users on my site are actually entering queries for ad networks - "yahoo.com", "msn.com" and even "youtube." Any suggestions on how I can take advantage of this or even what this means? Are users thinking that by typing in this query that they will get a google algo to return a result on my site?

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