Thursday, June 29, 2006

Goebel Group Inc Announces Search Engine Advertising Campaigns for the Latino Market

Management of Google Adwords, Yahoo Search Marketing, and Microsoft AdCenter Internet Search Advertising Campaigns for the Growing Latino Market.

June 28th, Cleveland, Ohio. Goebel Group Inc., a leading search engine technology advisory services company announce today the launch of a service to manage search engine adverting campaigns targeting the Latino market. These services provide a way for consumer products companies to reach the growing Latino and Hispanic markets. Services include setting goals and objectives, keyword analysis, creating search engine advertising campaigns, management of campaigns, and reporting of results.

"We have helped our clients improve visibility into the Latino market by identifying keywords that people are searching for regardless of language," said David Goebel, president of Goebel Group Inc. "Depending on the market some consumers search in English and others in their native language. We help our clients find the right mix of English and Spanish search advertising."

Studies have shown that Latino Internet users search in English and in thier native language.

The Search Engine Marketing package includes:

Press Releases
Email Newsletters
Creation
Distribution
Reporting
Website Analytics
Google Analytics
Shows web traffic
Keywords
Geography
Website Review
Keyword analysis
Web page creation
Search Engine Advertising Management.
Google
Yahoo
MSN
Linking Strategy
Unlimited Phone Support

Monday, June 19, 2006

X1 Now Free

Secure Desktop Search for the Enterprise Now Available Free from X1 Technologies

Enterprise Client Controls User Search Access and Privileges While Adding User Productivity Features


PASADENA, CA – June 19, 2006 – X1 Technologies, Inc., a leader in enterprise desktop search, today unveiled a free, secure desktop search solution for the enterprise. The award winning X1® Enterprise Client gives business users comprehensive desktop search capabilities without putting enterprise assets at risk. Free of charge to their organizations, business users can increase productivity by searching desktop email, calendars and documents quickly and easily while IT managers can feel comfortable that network assets are secure. "For most information workers, desktop search is the only way to get at the mass of information they have stored and can no longer find," said Sue Feldman, Research Vice President, Content Management and Retrieval Solutions at IDC. "For enterprises concerned with both productivity and security, X1 provides the usability that end users need with administrative tools for enterprises to ensure that their information is secure, no matter where it is." The free X1 Enterprise Client is the first Desktop Search product designed specifically for enterprise use. By disabling features that can put corporate data at risk and adversely affect exchange and network performance, X1 has delivered the first desktop search product that is safe for deployment on corporate networks.