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Sometimes, especially when I do research for SEO, I can save time make it more convenient by seeing up to 100 rankings at a time, as opposed to having to click to the next page, the next page, etc.

Here’s how I do it…

First, turn Google Instant off, it’s simple just go to your search settings and turn it off.

Next, go to Google, type in your keywords, hit the return/enter key and when the results appear, you will see the usual ten.

Now, jump to the address bar (Control-L in Firefox), go to the end of the Goggle search URL that appears there (Control-end in any Windows browser) now type &num=100 and hit return again.

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ComScore estimated this week that Google+ has amassed about 20 million users in its first three weeks as an invitation only test, with about 5 million of those in the U.S.

Google+ is not going away. I REALLY like what I’m seeing with G+. Please let me know if you would like more info on using G+

Google is now making $3 billion a month in advertising — the majority of which comes from little text ads next to search results.

You might wonder how that’s possible, and who’s spending that much money on search ads.

The answer, according to Larry Kim — the founder of a company that sells software to analyze text ad campaigns — is in industries where a customer is worth a lot of money over the long-term. See the article here…

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