Week of May 17th, 2009 - What’s Buzzing?

Week of May 17th, 2009 - What’s Buzzing?
Every week or so, here at Synergy Buzz Marketing we put together a list of some of the most compelling recent internet marketing news being discussed and written about across the Internet marketing blogger blogosphere. We try to separate out the signal from the noise in our weekly blog post What’s Buzzing? Week of May 17th edition - Internet Marketing Links with News You Can Use.
Over at Search Engine Land, Jeff Braisin speaks on the benefits, logistics, and metrics
of pay-for-call (PFC) verses pay-per-click marketing mentions 24 industries which benefit most from the platform. Learn the industries benefiting most from pay-for-call (PFC)
This week Copyblogger, Brian Clark wrote a short post posing the question “Why Social Media Marketing?” Simply put, that’s “where the people are.” Read the rest of his wisdom. Get seven more juicy links
Google AdWords Guru, Andrew Goodman poses the question in his blog Traffick.com, Is Guy Kawasaki Singlehandedly Ruining Twitter? A funny post, with partial truth. Here’s his second installment. BTW, follow @SynergyBuzz on Twitter, we’re not like Kawasaki.
Google SPAM gateway guardian & mouthpiece to the SEO community, Matt Cutts refers to a recent article written in the Washington Post he disagrees with on how their needs to be more restriction on Internet journalism and search engines. Sounds New World Order to me. Trying to influence the masses for a more restricted Internet are we WP? Get Matt’s take.
Search Engine Journal’s Ann Smarty show’s her brains again by suggesting 7 FireFox About:Config Tweaks for Internet Marketers and Bloggers.
Jennita, a guest blogger at SEOMoz shows us some URL rewriting tips in her article URL Rewrites and 301 Redirects - How does it all work?
The official expert AdWords blog mentions that Google will now be offering more granular reporting on their Search Query Performance Report. This makes me happy since previously it minimally helpful.
Marketing Pilgrim asks Why the Search Engines are trying to fix something that isn’t broke.
Markus, sole owner and employee of his multi-million dollar dating site plentyoffish.com, hired his first programmer. Check it out.

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