Posts Tagged ‘Even’

Even better search results: Getting to know Google search for education

Google makes it simple to find the information you need, but there are strategies for finding higher quality sources even more easily. Learn the basics of predictive search, a method for drawing on what you know about what you need to find it faster, including successful word choice and using the filters on the left-hand side of the screen to uncover information you never dreamed was possible. Presented October 7, 2011.
Video Rating: 5 / 5


09 2012

This Week in Sales – Your Hiring Process Sucks And You Don’t Even Know It

Kevin Gaither’s interviews Andrew Chase, VP of Business Development of PPI Sales Search, about best practices for hiring managers and how to tweak your resume for optimal performance. 00:00 Cold Open 00:35 Intro, Andrew Chase 00:56 What’s your strangest candidate interview of all-time? 02:12 Andrew’s background as a sales professional 03:35 How to get the best candidates possible. 04:30 So it’s not a problem if a hiring manager preps a candidate for an interview? 05:15 You better be able to close an interview! 06:45 Who’s winning right now in the world of hiring managers? 07:30 Getting creative as a recruiter to get the best possible candidates. 08:20 Talking compensation with a high-quality candidate. 10:15 There’s a difference between desperation and urgency. 12:00 Partner with your recruiter, be creative in offers, & maintain a quick & transparent process 13:00 “People will kill their grandmother to work at Google.” 14:00 What can candidates do to separate themselves from the competition? 16:15 “Does a fancy resume separate you or make you look like a chump?” 18:10 How should I spend my time preparing for an interview? 19:00 Prep your answer to these three questions: how are you going to make me money, save me money, or save me time? 20:00 Anticipate questions and prep answers with situation/action/results answers 21:30 Wear a suit, be conserative in your presentation style, and do research on yourself and your specific answers. 23:00 Andrew brutally dissects a resume
Video Rating: 4 / 5


08 2012

Why is it that even though THIS company’s search engine/robot came before Google’s, a lot of people are______|?

Question by : Why is it that even though THIS company’s search engine/robot came before Google’s, a lot of people are______|?
now calling doing a web search “Googling it”? Well, I don’t really like calling just any brand of something by one brand name (like Kleenex for any brand of tissue paper, or Band-Aid for any brand of plastic bandage, etc.), but if they’re GOING to do it with web searches, then why not “Go Yahoo! it” (the “it” being the subject to be web-searched) or “Yahooing it”?

Or even yet, why not use the brand name of web search engines/robots that came out even BEFORE Yahoo did?

Please come back and see my responses to your answers so that I can give you any follow-up questioning to your answers if they happen to leave any room to need more questioning, okay?

Hey, Shaddy,

Okay, did it ever cross your mind that asking it that way might sound kind-of rude? Yeah, thanks for the information. Also, thanks for putting a rude kind of spin on your answer by asking that question. “I REALLY like that.”

Hey, Chris K.,

So Google is newer than Yahoo!, but became more popular because they’ve somehow designed themselves a better system?

Thanks for your good answer!
Oh, and by the way, Chris, I have a friend named Chris K. near my neighborhood (Chris Kirsch), but unfortunately he, uh… well, is sadly no longer with us.

Thanks for adding a follow-up to your answer!

Best answer:

Answer by Shaddy S
ok did it ever cross your mind that google being the most popular site for searching is because of it having the largest database of websites in its search in the world and that its that fastest and easiest to use?

google is the best search engine out there for anything you might want.

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06 2012

Is SEO really even close to as important as marketing? How do you actually market a site to begin with?

Question by EyceMan: Is SEO really even close to as important as marketing? How do you actually market a site to begin with?
I have a few sites that I started up but nobody visits them because nobody knows about them. But is this because I did not optimize my SE marketing or because I just did not push enough oomph into marketing in the first place? It seems that SEO is a buzzword but all it really is is optimization of your search engine marketing campaign. But no matter how hard I look I don’t really see that many nice and innovative and useful articles on the net about pure marketing on the internet.

Can anyone list some cheap ways to market websites such as health and weightloss blogs?
Ok I guess my question was, besides fighting for positions in the search engines, what other ways are good to market a brand new website. Adwords? I mean you have to get the word out. I don’t want to just OPTIMIZE my SE campaigns…I want to know how to use them to drive traffic to my websites without worrying about how google or yahoo “ranks” my site. There must be feasable ways to market a website with total disregard for what a search engine thinks of your efforts, right?

Best answer:

Answer by Truffle lover
There’s no way for anyone to find your sites without SEO. Now you can do it by hiring a company or you can do it yourself. A company I found useful is . Did you submit your site to all the search engines? Do your meta tag key words appear on the main body? I know it’s a pain but, with millions of web sites, you need to work on them to make sure your site appears when people do a search- otherwise they may as well not be there. I hope this helps!

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12 2011

The Entrepreneur’s Guide To Effective Online Marketing Strategies For Small Business: How To Get Potential New Customers Finding Your Business Online… Even If They Don’t Know You Exist!


12 2011

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