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Top 100 Rock Albums of the Decade: 2000-2009
Saturday, December 26, 2009
We wanted to have a little fun with this post and as a result went through an grueling process of identifying our favorite rock albums of the past decade.  So what makes this list different than any others out there?  I'm sure that will be evident as you go through the list.

Before we get started, we should define what we consider a "rock album".  A rock album is defined in the true sense of the word in that it must be a rock n roll album, meaning that it can be loud, features the playing of real instruments, features guitar solos and simply be a rock album.  The Jonas Brother are not rock.  We have featured some albums in the "pop rock" vein, but for the most part we wanted to keep this to what a rock album should be.  Chcuk Berry is rock, Van Halen is rock, Nickelback is rock, Metallica is rock. Kid Rock is rock, Britney Spears is not.

We have included some greatest hits compilations providing the artist did have an album of fresh material within the decade that was 2000-2009.   Other than that these are our favorite rock albums of the past decade.  You may have not have heard of some of them, but if you are a rock n roll fan you may want to check them out.  With that we present Marketing Jive's Top 100 Rock Albums of the Decade: 2000-2009.

Marketing Jive's Top 100 Rock Albums of the Decade: 2000-2009

# Artist Album Year
100 Collective Soul Afterwords 2007
99 Silverchair Young Modern 2007
98 Three Days Grace Incubus 2004
97 Wintersleep Welcome to the Night Sky 2007
96 Rev Theory Light It Up 2008
95 The Trews Den of Theives 2005
94 Puddle of Mudd Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love & Hate 2009
93 Trust Company True Parallels 2005
92 Seether Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces 2007
91 Alice In Chains Black Gives Way To Blue 2009
90 Disturbed Believe 2002
89 P.O.D. Satellite 2002
88 Stryper Murder by Pride 2009
87 Staind 14 Shades of Grey 2003
86 Tantric Tantric 2001
85 Stone Temple Pilots Shangri-La Dee Da 2001
84 Mudvayne The New Game 2008
83 Revis Places for Breathing 2003
82 Hinder Extreme Behavior  2005
81 Stone Sour Come What(ever) May 2006
80 Puddle of Mudd Famous 2007
79 Fuel Something Like Human 2003
78 Econoline Crush Ignite 2008
77 Stone Temple Pilots Thank You 2003
76 Breaking Benjamin We Are Not Alone 2005
75 Disturbed Ten Thousand Fists 2005
74 Black Crowes Lions 2001
73 Staind Break the Cycle 2001
72 Ace Frehley Anomely 2009
71 Switchfoot The Beautiful Letdown 2003
70 Theory of a Deadman Scars and Souvenirs 2008
69 Default One Thing Remains 2005
68 Eric Johnson Bloom 2005
67 Trapt Trapt 2002
66 Motley Crue New Tattoo 2000
65 Lifehouse No Name Face 2000
64 Aerosmith Just Push Play 2001
63 Black Stone Cherry Folklore and Superstition 2008
62 Green Day American Idiot 2004
61 The White Stripes Elephant 2003
60 Winger Karma 2009
59 AC / DC Black Ice 2008
58 Red Hot Chili Peppers By The Way 2002
57 Foo Fighters In Your Honor 2005
56 Our Lady Peace Gravity 2002
55 Theory of a Deadman Theory of a Deadman 2002
54 Thornley Come Again 2004
53 Hoobastank  Hoobastank 2001
52 Lenny Kravitz Lenny 2001
51 Sammy Hagar Cosmic Universal Fashion 2008
50 Kiss Alive Box Set 2006
49 Hardline II 2002
48 Bret Michaels Songs of Life 2003
47 Alterbridge Blackbird 2007
46 Thornley Tiny Pictures 2009
45 Shinedown The Sound of Madness 2008
44 Sammy Hagar Livin’ It Up 2006
43 Brian Wilson SMiLE 2004
42 Crossfade Crossfade 2004
41 Nickelback Dark Horse 2008
40 Iron Maiden Brave New World 2000
39 Green Day 21st Century Breakdown 2009
38 Poison Crack a Smile and More 2000
37 Jeff Healy Get Me Some 2000
36 Steve Vai The Elusive Light and Sound Part One 2002
35 Warrant Born Again 2006
34 Theory of a Deadman Gasoline 2005
33 Audioslave Audioslave 2002
32 3 Doors Down Away From The Sun 2002
31 Joe Satriani Super Colossal  2006
30 Tod Howarth West of Eight 2000
29 Godsmack IV 2006
28 Paul Stanley Live to Win 2006
27 Alterbridge One Day Remains 2004
26 Evanescence Fallen 2003
25 Wolfmother Wolfmother 2005
24 U2 How To Dismantle An Atomic Bomb 2004
23 Rush Snakes and Arrows 2007
22 Velvet Revolver Contraband 2004
21 Godsmack Faceless 2003
20 Linkin Park Hybrid Theory 2000
19 The White Stripes Icky Thump 2007
18 Prince Musicology 2004
17 Creed Weathered 2001
16 Nickelback The Long Road 2003
15 Godsmack Awake 2000
14 Kiss Symphony: Alive IV 2003
13 Kid Rock Rock and Roll Jesus 2007
12 Creed Greatest Hits 2004
11 Bruce Springsteen The Rising  2002
10 Lenny Kravitz Greatest Hits 2000
9 Buckcherry 15 2006
8 Puddle of Mudd Come Clean 2001
7 Van Halen The Best of Both Worlds 2004
6 Godsmack Ten Years of Godsmack 2007
5 Kiss Sonic Boom 2009
4 Nickelback All the Right Reasons 2005
3 3 Doors Down The Better Life 2000
2 Nickelback Silver Side Up 2001
1 Chickenfoot Chickenfoot 2009


posted by Jody @ Saturday, December 26, 2009  
Duplicate Content Tips: Google on Cross Domain Content Duplication
Thursday, December 24, 2009
Last week Google put out a post through their Google Webmaster Central blog on how to handle legitimate cross-domain content duplication.  (Thanks Charlotte for pointing this article out to me).  The article is a great piece on ways of handling duplicate content  across different websites, something that the canonical tag did not address when it was released in February of this year. 

The Google post announces support of the cross-domain rel="canonical" link element. In addition, the post mentions four ways to handle cross-domain duplication:
  1. Choose your preferred domain - this can be done through Google Webmaster Tools to help identify an authority.  Remember that when confronted with duplicate content, search engines will generally take one version and filter the others out.

  2.  Reduce in-site duplication - through the whole canonicalization process as illustrated by Google.  Within Google's statement, notice the part about how link popularity is still a key factor with their ranking algorithm?   To gain more control over how your URLs appear in search results, and to consolidate properties, such as link popularity, we recommend that you pick a canonical (preferred) URL as the preferred version of the page.

  3.  Help the Search Engines find your content - According to Google:

    Enable crawling and use 301 (permanent) redirects where possible
    Where possible, the most important step is often to use appropriate 301 redirects. These redirects send visitors and search engine crawlers to your preferred domain and make it very clear which URL should be indexed. This is generally the preferred method as it gives clear guidance to everyone who accesses the content. Keep in mind that in order for search engine crawlers to discover these redirects, none of the URLs in the redirect chain can be disallowed via a robots.txt file. Don't forget to handle your www / non-www preference with appropriate redirects and in Webmaster Tools.

  4. Through the new cross-domain rel="canonical" link element - more about the canonical link element here.
 There were some great questions addressed in the post as well.

Q: Do the pages have to be identical?
A: No, but they should be similar. Slight differences are fine.

Q: For technical reasons I can't include a 1:1 mapping for the URLs on my sites. Can I just point the rel="canonical" at the homepage of my preferred site?
A: No; this could result in problems. A mapping from old URL to new URL for each URL on the old site is the best way to use rel="canonical".

Q: I'm offering my content / product descriptions for syndication. Do my publishers need to use rel="canonical"?
A: We leave this up to you and your publishers. If the content is similar enough, it might make sense to use rel="canonical", if both parties agree.

Q: My server can't do a 301 (permanent) redirect. Can I use rel="canonical" to move my site?
A: If it's at all possible, you should work with your webhost or web server to do a 301 redirect. Keep in mind that we treat rel="canonical" as a hint, and other search engines may handle it differently. But if a 301 redirect is impossible for some reason, then a rel="canonical" may work for you. For more information, see our guidelines on moving your site.

Q: Should I use a noindex robots meta tag on pages with a rel="canonical" link element?
A: No, since those pages would not be equivalent with regards to indexing - one would be allowed while the other would be blocked. Additionally, it's important that these pages are not disallowed from crawling through a robots.txt file, otherwise search engine crawlers will not be able to discover the rel="canonical" link element.

Great stuff as always from the Google Webmaster Central team.

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posted by Jody @ Thursday, December 24, 2009  
Interesting Search Posts from the Past Week
We thought that we would revisit some of the interesting Search and SEO related posts from the past week as we catch up on news from a pretty busy year in Search.

Is Social Media Ruining Search Results? - great topic of dicsussion by Shari Thurlow.  In this post she makes some interesting comments:
  • One of my colleagues, David Naylor, stated earlier this year that one of the greatest skills that a search engine optimization (SEO) professional possesses is the ability to analyze search engine results pages (SERPs). I agree with him.  We too agree with this statement.
  •  I think the commercial web search engines are giving social media items far more attention and validation than they deserve. - Again we agree.
  • RE: Real time search and News: My question is: do these conversations truly deserve prominence on the front page of search results? Which is more important: the conclusion/consensus or the content that leads to the conclusion/consensus? Or are they both important? - We feel that they are both important and that this is what the masses are thirsting for.
The World Is Flat For Twitter, As In Global Growth Has Stalled - is Twitter beginning to run its course?  Perhaps but third party Twitter clients (i.e. Tweetdeck) are growing in popularity according to this post on TechCrunch.

Most Recent Facebook Common Stock Sale Values Company At $11 Billion - according to TechCrunch, the most recent shares of Facebook are being valued at $25/share which puts Facebook's value at around $11 billion. 

More People Around The World Get Their News Online From Google News Than CNN - whoa , we're on a roll with the posts from TechCrunch.  This articles states that, "in November, 2009, according to comScore, Google News attracted 100 million unique visitors worldwide, making it a larger news site than CNN (66 million) or the combined properties of the New York Times (92 million)."  Yet Yahoo News had 138 million unique visitors during the same time period.  How times have changed.

What Did Search Look Like a Decade Ago - this is a fun post by Bill Slawski from SEO by the Sea who revisits some screenshots from Search Engines from the past decade.  Man ASK Jeeves and Alta Vista looked alright but some of the others were/are just plain boring.

Who Walked, Google or Yelp? - The NY Times chimes in about the deal that fell apart between Google and Yelp.  How do you walk away from a half a billion dollars?  Well the folks at Yelp had their reasons.  Was Yelp holding out for another deal and more money?  Still waiting on official word from Google and Yelp.


posted by Jody @ Thursday, December 24, 2009  
Top 100 Search Marketing Buzzwords of the Decade: 2000-2009
Wednesday, December 23, 2009
I have spent some time this week going through Enquiro's and Marketing Jive's post from the past decade.  (Whew, no easy task at that, as there were thousands of posts to go through...).  One of the thing that I was reminded of was just how quickly the Search Industry has changed in the past ten years.  Looking at our articles and blog posts from the early part of the decade where there was less discussion about Google and more about things such as FAST, AOL, Inktomi, GOTO and Alta Vista to recent years where Google, Twitter and Yahoo dominated the forums and discussions.

As we prepare out annual marketing buzzword list for 2010, we thought that it would be fun to revisit the memorable search marketing buzzwords from the past decade.  A walk down memory lane for some and a "huh, what's Lycos?" moment for others.

Top 100 Search Marketing Buzzwords of the Decade: 2000-2009

Vanity Search
Widget Marketing
XML Sitemap
Low-hanging fruit
Web 3.0
Google's Big Daddy
SES (Search Engine Strategies)
Organic Search
Google Sandbox
Day Parting
URL Re-writing
Breadcrumb Navigation
A/B Testing
Alta Vista
Contextual Text Ads
Online Competition
Page Hijacking
Social Bookmarking
Reputation Management
Attribution Models
Google Toolbar
Directory Submissions
Banner Ads
Internal Linking
Web 2.0
Ad Copy
Above the Fold
Content Management
Mobile Search
Google Bombing
SERPs (Search Engine Results Pages)
Real-time search
Windows Live Search
Online Marketing
Click Through
Cost Per Click
Personalized Search
Anchor Text
Press Release Optimization
Website Redesign
Meta Data
ASK Jeeves
Google's Golden Triangle
Local Search
Search Engine Marketing
Conversion Path
Universal Search
Webmaster Tools (Google Webmaster Tools)
User Intent
Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
Semantic Mapping
Bounce Rate
Cost Per Acquisition
Google Florida Update
Content is King
Landing Pages
Natural Search
Paid Search
Black Hat
Link Bait
Long-tail optimization
Open Directory / DMOZ
Duplicate Content
Social Networking
Yahoo Directory
Google Dance
On-Page Optimization
Link Building
Search Volume
Link Popularity
Yahoo - still one of the most visited destinations on the Web. The past decade for Yahoo has been interesting to say the least culminating with the Search deal of the decade when Microsoft and Yahoo formed a search partnership in 2009.
Paid Inclusion - billions of dollars are spent on paid inclusion every year, but did you know that 70% of the users continue to click on organic/natural search results as opposed to paid results?
Google AdWords - the platform that helped redefine online advertising and make Google billions of dollars.
Keyword Research - this is what Search is about isn't it? Search is based on the thirst for knowledge and the answers to questions. Keyword queries are why the search engines continue to operate. You and I will type in a keyword query into a search engines in hope of finding the information that we are looking for. Keyword research is more than a buzzword, it is what the core of Search is all about.
Google - Google is more than a search engine. Google has become a verb and a way of life for many. In the past ten years, Google has redefined online advertising. It is no secret that year in, year out Google is voted as one of the top places to work. They are famous for their culture and innovation. In the past decade, Google has had a profound impact on all of our lives. At least of the lives of anyone who is frequently online.

If you require some additional definition around any of these terms visit any of the resources below:

  • Enquiro Glossary
  • Google AdWords Glossary
  • Marketing Terms
  • Search Engine Dictionary.com
  • http://www.seoconsultants.com/glossary/
  • http://www.searchenginesbook.com/searchengineglossary.html
  • SEO Book Glossary
  • SEOGlossary.com
  • Wikipedia


posted by Jody @ Wednesday, December 23, 2009  
Top 9 for 2009: Top Google Posts from Marketing Jive
Thursday, December 17, 2009
Our second installment of our top posts of 2009 features our favorite Google related posts from the past year of 2009.  Google (GOOG), like most companies, experienced it's share of highs and lows in 2009.  Speaking of shares, here is a quick peek as to how Google's shares fared in 2009.
  • On January 16, 2009, Google's share price was at a YTD low at $299.67
  • Google's share price was at it's highest YTD today, December 16, 2009 when shares closed at $597.76
  • Google's all time high share price was in December 7, 2007 as shares peaked at $714.87
So what was Google up against in 2009?  Here are a few reminders:
  • a struggling economy
  • advertisers shifting online advertising spend away from sponsored search to natural (organic) search
  • real-time search from entities such as Facebook and Twitter
  • competitive mergers with the partnership of Microsoft and Yahoo
With Marketing Jive being focused around online marketing, specifically organic search marketing, many of our posts surround SEO and how Google continues to try and produce the most relevant results within their search results.  We expect big things from Google, as they continue to innovate with their search engine.  As a result, here is a look at some of our top Google related posts from the past year.

Top Google Posts from 2009

#9.  Google's Best Practices for Product Search - in June, we posted some of Google's best practices for product search.  Product search is one of the many forms of universal (blended) search results that Google display in their main results. If you are an e-commerce site and sell products on your website you should be leveraging Google Base and Google Product Search.

#8.  Google Continues to Tweak Algorithms Specific to Link Computation - we touched on Page Rank Sculpting and some of the changes Google was making to their algorithm that was specific to link computation.  Will there come a time when Google places less value on link popularity?  Many suggest no, but we think that in order to provide the most relevant results in the future, Google may place less emphasis on link popularity especially with the ability of site owners to go out and purchase links and artificially populate their link inventories.  The site with the most links is not always the most relevant site for a given search query... link popularity can only go so far.

#7.  Google Caffeine: Universal Search Results are Influenced by Rankings - look for Google Caffeine to completely roll out in the near future (some say it has already rolled out in full).  In September, we touched on something former Googler Vanessa Fox mentioned in that Universal Search results are influenced by ranking and relevance signals.  Blended Search results will continue to become more conspicuous as users interact with them more often and become accustomed to clicking on video, news, shopping, local and other types of blended search results.

#6.  Why Blended Search is Important to Google Caffeine - at number six we have an interesting post on what blended search will be important to the Google Caffeine update that is currently underway in Google.

#5.  5 Great Features of Google Webmaster Tools - we love Google Webmaster Tools.  It is one of the greatest tools that a site owner can use to diagnose indexing and search issues for a website.  Google continues to add great features to GWT and we look at five of those features in this post from October.

#4.  Understanding Google Caffeine - just what is Google Caffeine anyway?  Is it an infrastructure update or an algorithm update?  Will it impact your rankings and visibility in Google's search index or not?  Will it provide quicker and more relevant results to the users of Google's search engine.  This post will answer some of these questions and enlighten you on just what Google Caffeine is.

#3.  Top Blended Search Queries in Google for 2009 - Universal Search aka Blended Search was big in 2009 and look for it to be even bigger in 2010.  This post looks at some of the fastest rising searches in various types of blended results including image search, news search and mobile search.

#2.  Google Displaying Breadcrumb Links in Google SERPs - we thought that this was big news as Google started rolling this feature out in November whereby they displayed breadcrumb links in their search results providing the site in question was making effective use of breadcrumb navigation.  Now instead of having one link in your SERP listing, you could now have upwards of 5 or 6 links within the same result (these are in addition to any sitelinks that your site might have as well).

#1.  Top 20 Google Blogs for Use in 2009 - we always like to list some of our favorite Google blogs that are out there.  We highlighted some of our favorite Google blogs that we liked to visit in 2009.  Previously we had posted about Google's Top 50 blogs, but we have seen some new Google blogs enter the ranks and thought that we would share them with you in an updated post.  Can you guess what our favorite Google blog is?  (For the record it is not the Official Google Blog as that blog entered the charts at #2).

There you have it our top 9 of 09 as to our favorite Google posts from Marketing Jive in 2009.


posted by Jody @ Thursday, December 17, 2009  
WordStream Announces Two New Free Keyword Tools
Wednesday, December 16, 2009
Earlier today, WordStream announced the launch of two new free, next-generation keyword tools

The Free Keyword Niche Finder – Enter a keyword to find your most valuable pockets of keyword opportunities. This tool returns structured keyword suggestions ready to use in profit-enhancing search marketing campaigns.

The Free Keyword Grouper – Drop in a list of keywords or analytic data and get back tightly related groupings to use in more relevant PPC ad groups and targeted SEO Web copy.

Grouping and organizing your keyword data is the key to increasing exposure, click-through and conversions, leading to higher ROI from search engine marketing. Now you can group keywords faster and discover new keyword niches with the help of our full suite of free tools.

BOSTON, MA – December 16, 2009 – WordStream, Inc., a provider of keyword tools for pay-per-click (PPC) and search engine optimization (SEO) efforts involving large numbers of keywords, today launched a pair of tools designed to help businesses identify and optimize highly profitable keyword niches.

WordStream’s new tools, The Keyword Niche Finder and The Free Keyword Grouper, are designed to help businesses and marketers solve specific problems:
  • The Keyword Niche Finder - Instantly identify and target the most profitable keyword niches
  • The Keyword Grouper- Group and organize vast lists of keywords into actionable keyword groups to turn into ad groups or website content
Strong keyword organization is the foundation of successful search marketing, and WordStream’s Free Keyword Grouper lets marketers take massive lists of target keywords and instantly group these keywords into tightly-knit, relevant groups. This advanced level of keyword organization is critical for creating effective ad groups for PPC campaign advertising and for informing content creation and site navigation for SEO.
Beta user and independent search marketing consultant Ian Hughes said of the tools: “The great thing is that the two tools really complement each other: The Keyword Niche Finder lets me quickly identify not only single keyword ideas, but the most popular clusters of keywords, and The Keyword Grouper is great for making sense of a lot of data or a long list of keywords you’ve already created.”

With The Keyword Niche Finder, marketers can type in terms related to their business and receive a list of the most popular and relevant keywords for their websites, along with the most interesting keyword niches or clusters. Marketers and website owners can leverage the results from The Keyword Niche Finder to build and structure intelligent website information architectures or create new subsections of their existing sites to drive traffic and collect new business opportunities.

 “One of the biggest challenges for business owners is determining where to begin their keyword research and how to continually expand and refine their campaigns to get maximum returns,” says WordStream Founder and Vice President of Product Development Larry Kim. “With our two new free tools, we’ve armed marketers and business owners with the power to instantly receive well-organized, prioritized lists of the most profitable keyword opportunities in their niche.”

WordStream’s subscription-based service also announced a major upgrade recently, including integration with Google Analytics and sophisticated multi-source keyword analytics. It provides users with a tool-set to take those insights to the next level by continually monitoring the performance of their keywords and offering actionable keyword suggestions that helps them grow their campaigns and revenues, all for a very affordable monthly fee.

If you haven't already, you can sign up for access to all our free tools by creating a free WordStream account today.


posted by Jody @ Wednesday, December 16, 2009  
Top 5 B2B Posts for 2009 from Marketing Jive
Tuesday, December 15, 2009
As the year winds down, you can be sure to be served up with your fair share of top ten lists and such from the year that was 2009.  We, at Marketing Jive are no different and will be presenting some of our favorite posts from the past year.

We kick off our top posts of 2009 series with our top 5 B2B posts from the past year.

Top 5 B2B Posts for 2009

#5.  B2B Resources: Forbes' Best of the Web in B2B - we begin our list with what else, a list... courtesy of Forbes.

#4.  5 Ways Interlinking Can Benefit B2B Websites - we like to mix a little SEO with our B2B.  We examine five ways that interlinking can benefit B2B websites that includes SEO benefit, navigational benefit and conversion benefit.

#3.  Mapping the BuyerSphere Webinar from Enquiro - The BuyerSphere was big news for Enquiro in 2009, and out series of webinars culminating with the launch of the BuyerSphere book proved interesting and is a must read for B2B marketers.  If you want to learn the truth about how B2B purchasing decisions are made, you will definitely want to check out the book.

#2.  Building Digital Assets: Latest Enquiro Webinar on The BuyerSphere - we told you that the BuyerSphere was big.  Learn more about what B2B buyers and B2B doers are interacting as they get closer to making a purchase.

#1.  B2B SEO vs. B2C SEO: How Different Is It? - just how different is it?  We decided to take a deeper look into some of the differences between B2C and B2B SEO.  We looked at items such as keyword research, pm-page optimization, content development and inbound linking just to see how different B2B and B2C SEO is. 

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posted by Jody @ Tuesday, December 15, 2009  
What People in Sweden Were Searching for in 2009
Friday, December 11, 2009
As we continue our trip around the world with top Google searches for 2009, we land in Sweden, home of Abba and Ikea.  Looks like Facebook is still popular in Sweden as opposed to Twitter.  Both Michael Jackson and Beyonce were featured on the top searched for Entertainment list.

(Most Popular)

  1. facebook
  2. youtube
  3. blocket
  4. google
  5. eniro
  6. aftonbladet
  7. lexikon
  8. bdb (bilddagboken)
  9. tradera
  10. hotmail

Fastest Growing

  1. spotify
  2. translate
  3. facebook
  4. eniro
  5. blocket
  6. blogg
  7. bdb (billddagboken)
  8. hotmail
  9. hitta
  10. google

Most Popular Sport

  1. u21
  2. barcelona
  3. real madrid
  4. ifk göteborg
  5. fotbollskanalen
  6. intersport
  7. champions league
  8. stadium
  9. allsvenskan
  10. swehockey

Popular Entertainment Searches

  1. tv4
  2. michael jackson
  3. spotify
  4. idol
  5. twilight
  6. beyonce
  7. bolibompa
  8. youtube
  9. family guy
  10. facebook


What Canadians were searching for in 2009
What the UK was searching for in 2009
What Australians were searching for in 2009
What Searchers in India were using Google to Search for in 2009


posted by Jody @ Friday, December 11, 2009  
What Searchers in India Were Searching for in 2009
Thursday, December 10, 2009
Continuing our week of top Google searches for 2009, we visit the great land of India.  With corporate woes and recession news, more people in India looked for ways to meditate and concentrate. Here is a look at some of the top searched for terms in India via Google in 2009.

Most popular

  1. gmail
  2. youtube
  3. yahoomail
  4. orkut
  5. indian railways
  6. yahoo
  7. google
  8. rediffmail
  9. facebook
  10. rediff

Finally Gmail tops the list of email services being searched for by users.  This is quite different than what we saw in Canada, the US and the UK in 2009.  Interesting to see that Yahoo Mail is still a popular searched for term.  You would think that people would just bookmark the site or add it to their toolbars as opposed to searching for it to simply login, if that in fact is what is happening.

Fastest rising

  1. budget 2009
  2. kambakth ishq
  3. irctc
  4. satyam share price
  5. bhuvan
  6. michael jackson
  7. twitter
  8. election results
  9. windows 7
  10. nokia 5800

Most popular celebrities

  1. katrina kaif
  2. michael jackson
  3. salman khan
  4. aishwarya rai
  5. shahid kapoor
  6. kareena kapoor
  7. shahrukh khan
  8. angelina jolie
  9. megan fox
  10. sachin tendulkar
 Only three "Western" celebrities made the top ten list of top celebrities searched for in India.

How to

  1. how to kiss
  2. how to hack
  3. how to meditate
  4. how to study
  5. how to swim
  6. how to draw
  7. how to flirt
  8. how to chat
  9. how to concentrate
  10. how to download
Similar to Canada, the top "How to" query was for "how to kiss".  Obviously this must be associated with a certain age demographic as I cannot see people in the 25-45 age group performing this search query.


What Canadians Were Searching for in 2009
What the UK was searching for in 2009
What Australians were searching for in 2009


posted by Jody @ Thursday, December 10, 2009  
What Australians Were Searching for in Google in 2009
Wednesday, December 09, 2009

Continuing our weekly series as to the top searches in Google for 2009, we visit Australia.  The land down under, home of lager and the koala.  Here is a look at what Australian searchers were searching for in Google in 2009.

Fastest Rising

  1. one hd
  2. twitter.com
  3. masterchef
  4. melbourne cup 2009
  5. grooveshark
  6. new moon movie
  7. facebook search
  8. trading post auto
  9. smartkiddies
  10. currency converter calculator
Compared to the other countries that we have looked at, Aussies seem to favor Twitter over Facebook or do they?

Most Popular

  1. facebook
  2. youtube
  3. hotmail
  4. ebay
  5. myspace
  6. google
  7. yahoo
  8. gmail
  9. bebo
  10. seek


  1. michael jackson
  2. lady gaga
  3. robert pattinson
  4. megan fox
  5. taylor swift
  6. miley cyrus
  7. susan boyle
  8. hamish and andy
  9. miranda kerr
  10. kristen stewart
Michael Jackson tops the list of celebrity searches in the land down under.

What Canadians were searching for in 2009
What the UK was using Google to search for in 2009


posted by Jody @ Wednesday, December 09, 2009  
Marketbright Launches Agile Marketing WEBinar Series
Tuesday, December 08, 2009
Marketbright Launches Agile Marketing WEBinar Series

Agile Marketing Methodology to Provide Marketing with an Organizing Principle and Path to Success

SAN BRUNO, CA – Dec. 7, 2009 - Marketbright, a leading on-demand marketing automation platform, today announced the Agile Marketing Webinar Series, which will detail the top issues and game changing trends facing B2B marketing organizations. The series also will outline how companies can take an Agile approach, now commonly used as a best-practice in software development, to improve the nimbleness of their marketing organizations and efforts.

In a tough economic environment, many marketing organizations find themselves struggling to prove their value to top level executives. Combined with tighter budgets and a changing landscape that includes social media and other new marketing tactics, it has become more crucial than ever for marketing to make sure they are closely aligned with sales and delivering what a sales team needs. Yet marketing has traditionally lacked the methodology that other areas of an organization, such as sales and R&D, hold near and dear.

In its newly released Agile Marketing Webinar Series, Marketbright will guide attendees in how they can apply the same principles of Agile software development to the marketing organization and process. Unlike other development methodologies, like Waterfall or Cowboy Coding (i.e. no methodology at all), Agile development enables organizations to achieve agility, a nimbleness that lets them execute faster and better, not through a lack of processes, just more collaborative, lighter handed ones.
In applying this same principle to marketing, Agile Marketing enables organizations to quickly change requirements in days or weeks, not months or quarters, based on what’s working and what’s not, as well as the ever-changing competitive landscape. It provides individuals the environment and support they need to succeed, and forces teams to consistently reflect on and adjust their behavior to increase effectiveness.

“At ConceptShare, we realize the importance of finding efficiencies and improving processes while empowering creativity,” said Nish Patel, CEO of ConceptShare. “Our companies have worked together to integrate our respective technologies in support of Marketbright’s vision of Agile Marketing.”

“Bringing this type of methodology and discipline to marketing is long overdue,” said Joseph Rizzo, Principal at Managed Marketing Automation. “Marketbright’s vision for Agile Marketing will help marketing organizations achieve optimal results with their precious resources, and we are pleased to participate in this ongoing vision.”
To learn more about Agile Marketing methods and to register for the webinar series, visit www.marketbright.com/agile-marketing/

About Marketbright

Marketbright delivers the leading software-as-a-service marketing automation solution, enabling more than 20,000 users at companies such as TELUS, Serena Software, SAP Business Objects, i365 (Seagate), Genesys, Mimosa Systems, Varonis and to make contact, manage leads and convert prospects to customers. Marketbright goes beyond the traditional marketing tools with a full suite of integrated applications including campaign management, email marketing, event management, social networking, landing page creation, lead scoring, lead nurturing and membership management. The company is privately held and headquartered in San Bruno, Calif., and can be reached at http://www.marketbright.com//

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posted by Jody @ Tuesday, December 08, 2009  
What the UK Was Searching for in 2009
Here is a quick look at what people in the UK were using Google to search for in 2009.

Fastest Rising

  1. facebook
  2. jogos
  3. ebay uk
  4. yahoo mail
  5. hotmail
  6. bbc iplayer
  7. hi5
  8. stephen gately
  9. bing
  10. spotify

Notice that in 2009, Britons used Google to search for other online destinations such as Facebook, Ebay, Yahoo Mail, Hotmail, Hi5 and Bing.  This is evident in the most popular searches by folks in the UK:

Most Popular

  1. facebook
  2. bbc
  3. youtube
  4. hotmail
  5. games
  6. ebay
  7. news
  8. google
  9. yahoo
  10. bebo

Hottest News Searches

  1. swine flu
  2. susan boyle
  3. jade goody
  4. robert pattison
  5. rihanna
  6. michael jackson
  7. google maps
  8. twitter
  9. stephen gately
  10. iran
People in the UK, like many other parts of the world, were concerned about the Swine Flu in 2009.  When compared to the US, folks in the UK were search less for Twitter (or at least it was not as popular as it was in the US).  Will 2010 hold similar trends?  We will have to wait and see.

Top Searches for 2009
What Canadians Searched for in 2009

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posted by Jody @ Tuesday, December 08, 2009  
Big Day for Google: Release Google Real-Time Search, Personalization and More
Monday, December 07, 2009
Big news today from the Google Search Event today.  Google is rolling out some major changes which will have a direct impact on what is shown in their search results.  We've already discussed their personalization efforts and they have also announced the launch of Google Real-Time Search... whoa this is big news.  Test out the real-time search with this query: http://www.google.com/search?q=tigers%20mistresses&hl=en&gl=us&esrch=RTSearch&rtfu=1260214088&usg=2102

More to come... For now here is a peek at coverage from TechCrunch



posted by Jody @ Monday, December 07, 2009  
What Canadians Were Searching for in 2009
In a previous post, we looked at the top searches for 2009 broken down by major search engine.  This week we will be looking at what people were searching for in various countries.  We start with my native Canada.  The following lists were the top searches queries in Google for 2009.  It appears that Canadians are using Google to find the information central to their lives.

It is interesting to note that in the 100th Anniversary of the famed Montreal Canadiens hockey franchise, searches for "Montreal Canadiens" or related did not make any of the lists.  Without further adieu, here is a look at what Canadians were searching for in 2009.

Fastest Rising

  1. twitter
  2. blackberry
  3. yahoo mail
  4. accèsd
  5. craigslist
  6. natasha richardson
  7. justin bieber
  8. new moon
  9. michael jackson
  10. google street view

Interesting to see Michael Jackson barely crack the top 10 when he was the number two searched for term in the United States.  It is equally interesting that Natasha Richardson, who was involved in a fatal skiing accident in Quebec is at number six.  Does anyone else find it interesting that Canadians are using Google to search for "Yahoo mail" as opposed to Google's Gmail?

Most Popular

  1. facebook
  2. youtube
  3. lyrics
  4. weather
  5. hotmail
  6. google
  7. games
  8. yahoo
  9. map
  10. kijiji

Canadians are avid Facebook users and I believe are among the world's leaders when it comes to using Facebook.  No surprise here.  Noticeably abscent is Twitter which appears to be more popular States-side than here in Canada.  (Although Twitter was on the fastest rising list).  I want to point out that yet again, Canadians are using Google when searching for an email service to find  "hotmail" rather than searching for Google's own email service Gmail.

Fastest-Rising News searches

  1. swine flu
  2. susan boyle
  3. natasha richardson
  4. jon and kate
  5. h1n1
  6. flu
  7. rihanna
  8. new moon
  9. chris brown
  10. michael jackson

Top "How-to" searches

  1. how to kiss
  2. how to draw
  3. how to flirt
  4. how to meditate
  5. how to crochet
  6. how to sing
  7. how to hack
  8. how to dance
  9. how to paint
  10. how to fight
I would suggest that Canadians are lovers not fighters, but the entry at number ten would suggest otherwise.  I guess that there are a lot of up and coming hockey players using Google (just kidding).  Canadians are also eco concious and are interested in going green.

Top Organic searches

  1. planet organic
  2. organic food
  3. organic farming
  4. organic gardening
  5. whole foods
  6. organic meadow
  7. organic makeup
  8. organic milk
  9. canadian organic growers
  10. organic cotton
It is interesting to see what one of the  world's most plugged in nations are searching for.  Canadians are no doubt unique in some of their searching habits and the queries they search for. 

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posted by Jody @ Monday, December 07, 2009  
Personalized Search: Google Rolls Out Personalization to All
Original Post:  ASK Enquiro

On Friday, Google announced that they are rolling out personalization to all. Personalization, aka personalized search results, means that the results that you receive will be based on your searching habits as Google will be customizing the search results based on six months of search activity linked to an anonymous cookie in your browser. Personalization of search is meant to provide a richer, more relevant search experience. This "customization" includes searches you've done and results you've clicked.

Previously when Google launched personalization back in 2007, it only impacted users who were signed into their Google (iGoogle) account. In addition, they needed to have web history enabled on their Google accounts for personalization to take place. So how will you know if Google has personalized your results? According to Google, "...You'll know when we customize results because a "View customizations" link will appear on the top right of the search results page..."

Oddly enough almost a year to the day, I wrote a short piece over at Marketing Jive entitled Search in 2009: Personalization and Blended Search where I touched on how the major search engines will be looking at providing richer search results through personalization and blended search.

Some facts about personalization:

If you're signed into personalized search
  • Google pulls data from your Web History
  • Google uses the data from as far back as they have it, until you remove it
  • only signed-in search activity and only if you are signed up for Web History impacts what searches are used to customization 
  • can be turned off by removing Web History from your Google Account
If you are not signed in

  • Google pulls data from Google's servers linked to an anonymous browser cookie
  • Google pulls data from and up to 180 days (6 months)
  • only signed out search activity are the types of searches that are used to customize
  • you can sign out by disabling search customizations. To disable history-based search customizations while signed in, you'll need to remove Web History from your Google Account.

 Google on the Personalized Search Experience: http://www.google.com/support/accounts/bin/topic.py?topic=14121
How Google Customizes Search: http://www.google.com/support/websearch/bin/answer.py?answer=93704

The Impact of Personalization on SEO

Of course some online marketers and SEOs are freaking out a little with this announcement about personalization by Google. The fact of the matter is, while there may be less opportunity to "control" what users see in the search results collectively, the need to produce and create rich content is still there. Think about it, why is Google so hard on sites that:
  • have artificially inflated external link inventories (via purchase of links)
  • have blatant duplicate content issues
  • have non-search engine friendly URLs
  • make it difficult for spiders to crawl a site's content
The answer is simple... because Google is trying to provide the most relevant results possible. They are trying to ensure that the user finds the information that they are looking for based on intent. While personalization is one means of doing this, there are other factors such as the timeliness of the resource and real-time search that Google should also be focusing on.

As marketers, personalization enforces the need for creation of relevant content and providing the information that the user or prospect is searching for. From an SEO perspective, the game does not change as drastically as some are making it out. You will still need to:
  1. Create rich content relevant to a theme
  2. Leverage on-page optimization efforts specifc to that page of content
  3. Work on creating content that other sites and blogs will naturally want to link to (read: build quality links)
  4. Leverage blended search - to provide rich and timely content to the user
Organic search marketing is all about content, keyword placement and link popularity. Personalization just means that you need to be an authority on a given theme related to your business. If you are the most relevant resource on a given topic or theme, you will do fine. If your site is full of fluff and your content is not easily found by the search engines, you are going to have a tougher time with personalization, because you may not factor in as part of the consideration set.

Google's announncement about the full roll out of personalized search results.

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posted by Jody @ Monday, December 07, 2009  
Top Blended Search Queries in Google for 2009
Sunday, December 06, 2009
Blended search continues to evolve and become important in terms of what is being displayed in the search results.  In Google, blended search is known as Universal Search and includes items such as image search, video search, book search, news search, local search, shopping results and blog results.  As online marketers, you should be establishing a blended search strategy if you have not yet done so.  Blended search optimization is a missed opportunity by many organizations, and in 2010, you will definitely want to leverage this option to help intercept your target audience.

Here is a look at some of the top searched for queries in blended results as provided by Google.

Google News Search - Fastest Rising

  1. swine flu
  2. susan boyle
  3. jon and kate
  4. adam lambert
  5. rihanna (chris brown)
  6. new moon
  7. inauguration
  8. michael jackson
  9. nadya suleman
  10. missing link found

Google Image Search - Fastest Rising

  1. lady gaga
  2. new moon
  3. michael jackson
  4. megan fox
  5. selena gomez
  6. rihanna
  7. taylor swift
  8. bella swan
  9. alice cullen
  10. jacob black

Google Book Search - Fastest Rising

  1. twilight
  2. new moon
  3. eclipse
  4. untamed
  5. democracy in america
  6. mere christianity
  7. the second sex
  8. city of glass
  9. pretties
  10. the last olympian

Google Mobile Search - Fastest Rising

  1. twitter
  2. michael jackson
  3. facebook
  4. imdb
  5. cta bus tracker
  6. bebo
  7. nba scores
  8. univision.com
  9. steve mcnair
  10. espn.com

Google Maps - Fastest Rising

  1. mount everest
  2. laguna seca
  3. in-n-out
  4. grand canyon
  5. eiffel tower
  6. white house
  7. great wolf lodge
  8. wild animal safari
  9. voodoo doughnuts
  10. path station
 Any surprises?  As usual there are a number of entertainment type queries being search for.  This is especially true with image search and news search.  Regardless, people are paying attention to blended search and are engaging with it like never before.  Optimizing for blended search should be a strong component of your online marketing strategy going into 2010.

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posted by Jody @ Sunday, December 06, 2009  
What People Were Searching for in 2009
Saturday, December 05, 2009
Ever wonder what people search for when they go online?  Well it's that time of the year when the major search engines release information on what people are searching for on their engines.  I managed to catch a little bit of ABC news the other night and there was an interview with Google's Marissa Mayer who mentioned that a quarter of the searches completed on Google daily are for terms that people have never searched for before.  I thought that was very interesting. 

Here is a look at what people were search for on the major search engines in 2009.  Let's begin with looking at ASK.com.  If you remember, ASK was formerly known as ASK Jeeves (and still is in the UK) and was based on the premise that users would type a question into the engine to try and find the answers to their questions.

This year ASK compiled a list of the top questions that people were asking on their search engine.  The results are... well interesting to say the least. According to ASK, more than 50 million people visit Ask each month, where they are three times more likely to enter their queries in the form of a question than on other search engines.  Here is a look at some of those questions.

ASK.com's Top Questions of 2009
  1. How much should I weigh?
  2. How do I get out of debt fast?
  3. How do I get pregnant? - are you serious? 
  4. What is Twitter?
  5. What is Miley Cyrus' phone number?
  6. What is the meaning of life? - again are you serious?
  7. When will the world end? -
  8. How long does marijuana stay in your system?
  9. What are the symptoms of Swine Flu?
  10. What time is it? - ok this is the kicker...

Top Technology Questions
  1. How do I make a website?
  2. What does URL stand for?
  3. How do I find my IP address?
  4. What is an RSS feed?
  5. How many megabytes are in a gigabyte?
  6. How do I delete my cookies?
  7. What is JavaScript?
  8. What does FTP stand for?
  9. What is a 3G network?
  10. What is a PDF file?

Top Parenting Questions
  • How can I help my child deal with a bully?
  • How much should my child weigh?
  • By what age should a child express happiness?
  • How do I keep my child safe on the Internet?
  • How should my child deal with peer pressure?
  • What immunizations will my child need for school?
  • Does my child have ADHD?
  • How do I deal with food allergies at school?
  • When can my child ride in the front seat?
  • When should I give my child a cell phone?

Top Celebrity Rumors of 2009
  1. Is Miley Cyrus pregnant?
  2. Is Adam Lambert straight?
  3. Is Lady Gaga a man?
  4. Is Michelle Obama pregnant?
  5. Is Robert Pattinson dating Kristen Stewart?
  6. Did Chris Brown get Rihanna pregnant?
  7. Are Jon and Kate getting a divorce?
  8. Is Michael Phelps using marijuana?
  9. Who is the father of Michael Jackson's children?
  10. Did David Letterman keep a secret bedroom is his studio?
Needless to say, some interesting searches being done in ASK.com.  Check out the official news release from ASK for more: http://ask.mediaroom.com/index.php?s=43&item=409

ASK's top questions can also be found here: http://sp.ask.com/2009/topquestions.html

Top Searches in Bing for 2009

Top search trends on Bing for 2009 included:

  1. Michael Jackson
  2. Twitter
  3. Swine Flu
  4. Stock Market
  5. Farrah Fawcett
  6. Patrick Swayze
  7. Cash for Clunkers - this one is interesting
  8. Jon and Kate Gosselin
  9. Billy Mays
  10. Jaycee Dugard

Top Searches in Google in 2009

Ah Google, the mothership of all search engines.  As mentioned in 2009, approximately 25% of daily searches were for terms that people had not seacrhed for before.  Well the following list outlines some of the terms that the vast majority of Google users were searching for in 2009.  Yes you can expect to see Michael Jackson and Twitter, but there are some surprising ommissions from the list.
  1. Twitter
  2. Michael Jackson
  3. Facebook
  4. Hulu
  5. Hi5
  6. Glee
  7. Paranormal Activity
  8. Natasha Richardson
  9. Farrah Fawcett
  10. Lady Gaga
It appears that when it comes to Google, people are looking more for how to connect with other people when compared to the other search engines.  Notable omissions  include Barack Obama, Sarah Palin, and Swine Flu.  According to Google Zeitgeist, the fastest falling terms (global) for 2009 were:

  1. beijing 2008
  2. euro 2008
  3. heath ledger
  4. barack obama
  5. amy winehouse
  6. kraloyun
  7. dailymotion
  8. bebo
  9. wii
  10. emule

For all of you hockey fans out there, here are the top hockey searches in Google for 2009

  1. red wings
  2. penguins
  3. blackhawks
  4. bruins
  5. capitals
  6. hurricanes
  7. flyers
  8. rangers
  9. ducks
  10. sabers

 Hmm, not one Canadian team on the list. 

Ever wonder what people are searching for in Chicago vs. say New York?

Chicago, IL

  1. impact cps
  2. cta bus tracker
  3. second city cop
  4. rta trip planner
  5. southtown star
  6. metromix chicago
  7. harold washington college
  8. paws chicago
  9. chicago public library
  10. uic.edu

New York, NY

  1. cuny portal
  2. duane reade locations
  3. mta trip planner
  4. seamless web
  5. conedison.com
  6. hopstop
  7. hale and heardy
  8. shake shack
  9. nyu home
  10. queens library
How about in the Silicon valley area or San Francisco?

San Francisco, CA

  1. fox theater oakland
  2. bay bridge closure
  3. wicked san francisco
  4. ilearn
  5. sf giants schedule
  6. sfusd
  7. 511.org
  8. outside lands
  9. bart schedule
  10. ccsf

Google's Top News Search for 2009: http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/zeitgeist2009/news.html
Google's Top Sports Searches for 2009: http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/zeitgeist2009/sports.html
Google's Top Searches by Major US City for 2009: http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/zeitgeist2009/cities.html

Google Zeitgeist 2009: http://www.google.com/intl/en/press/zeitgeist2009/

Top Yahoo Searches for 2009

According to Yahoo,

In 2009, the Web was an integral part of the news cycle as people rushed online to get updates about topics as diverse as the economy, foreclosures, Michael Jackson, unemployment, "Jon & Kate Plus 8," and health care. And Yahoo! was the No. 1 ranked destination for people to get information that mattered to them most, whether they got the information from their computers or their mobile phones. 

Here are the top search queries in Yahoo for 2009.
  1. Michael Jackson
  2. Twilight
  3. WWE
  4. Megan Fox
  5. Britney Spears
  6. Naruto
  7. American Idol
  8. Kim Kardashian
  10. Runescape

Ah, Britney at least made one list.  Yahoo released information on some of the other top search queries on their engine from 2009.

Top 10 Science-Related Searches for 2009
  1. Swine Flu/H1N1
  2. Solar Eclipse
  3. Perseid Meteor Shower
  4. Conficker Worm
  5. NASA Space Shuttle
  6. Tsunami
  7. Stem Cell
  8. Bermuda Triangle
  9. Climate Change
  10. Hubble Space Telescope
Top 10 Searched Sports Teams/Athletes for 2009
  1. Dallas Cowboys
  2. Manny Pacquiao
  3. Maria Sharapova
  4. Danica Patrick
  5. New York Yankees
  6. Los Angeles Lakers
  7. Gina Carano
  8. Pittsburgh Steelers
  9. Anna Kournikova
  10. Serena Williams 
Top 10 Searched Music Artists for 2009
  1. Michael Jackson
  2. Britney Spears
  3. Beyonce
  4. Miley Cyrus
  5. Rihanna
  6. Lady Gaga
  7. Taylor Swift
  8. Jessica Simpson
  9. Mariah Carey
  10. Vanessa Hudgens 
Yahoo! has created a Year in Review Rewind video. Check it out here: http://yearinreview.yahoo.com
Official Press Release from Yahoo re: top searches for 2009. 

There you have it, a fairly detailed list of what you were searching for in 2009 across the major search engines.  Was it what you expected?  I mean arguably the largest news stories of the year were:
  • the death of Michael Jackson
  • the coming of Swine Flu / H1N1
  • Barack Obama as the new President of the United States
  • Jon and Kate plus 8 debacle
  • the struggling economy in the US
  • bailouts
What will be the most popular searched for term in 2010?  Will it be Olympics related, a political scandal, the divorce of a famous Hollywood couple, he death of a beloved persona?  Only time (and the major search engines) will tell us.

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