Eva Rausch von Traubenberg might be the big unknown for many UK-based SEO's but as an in-house SEO at T-Mobile she sure knows her business very well. Eva is one of the people who is making a lot of progress in the 'talent pool' at T-Mobile.
As an in house SEO she learnes fast and has a very interesting view on search in Germany and search in general. In her post she adresses 3 main aspects of search development who will affect both the German as the English market: Linkbuilding and Social Media Stuff, Real-Time Search results and Personalized Search results.... read more
The Dutch Royal Library has decided to follow France's example and is planning to start digitizing their own books and other content, rather than waiting for Google to do so.
Google and Germany will most probably never be friends. After Merkel, some law suits, the suggestion of Analytics being illegal, Streetview hassle and not getting "Gmail" and different German politicians opposing to Google's bookdeal German Minister of Justice, Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger (try pronouncing that when you're British), told German magazine Der Spiegel she feels Google is becoming a monopoly.
Kevin is one of my 'collegues' at Searchengineland and when we talked at the last A4U Expo there was no doubt in either of our minds that sooner or later Kevin would write a guestpost for Searchcowboys. And in this series he lives up to the expectations!
His post "2010: Is Google's competition hotting up in 2010?" is an absolute big one. He looks forward to all different (potential) big things. Off course he looks at Google and Bing and Social Media can't miss out in his prediction for 2010.... read more
Sometimes it can be very interesting to look back into the past. As an historian I know that you can get new insights from looking back. With 2010 just starting and many bloggers looking forward, a view back in time can give you a lot of insight.
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