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By Eric Schaal on Oct 31, 2014

Small business owners learn about search engine optimization (SEO) from the moment they consider launching a website. Years after the first SEO "experts" learned how to game the system, search engines have revised their policies to create a better user experience and better profits for themselves. At the first eRetail session at ad:tech New York, three industry figures will outline the winning strategies that continue to work in search. Death to keywords Though search is alive and well -- and representing about half of digital marketing spend -- the game has come a long way from keyword placement. Kevin Ryan, CEO of Motivity Marketing, noted in an interview with Marketing Land how the writing is on the wall for keywords, which clearly do not fit the next generation of digital marketing. Fr

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