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October 26, 2007


Ophir Prusak

Hi Ryan,

The more common acronym for Google Website Optimizer is GWO.

I wasn't aware some people use WSO.

- Ophir

Ryan Healy

I believe you are correct, Ophir. I've heard both.

One version I haven't heard: GWSO. At that point, you may as well be speaking the words themselves. :-)

tower defense

One version I haven't heard: GWSO. At that point, you may as well be speaking the words themselves.


Ryan, You have probably heard about the grammar in this post by now.

"you must know from what background they're coming from"

One or the other: from. Not both.

July Smith

Thank you, i always forget what WSO means :D

Ectomorph Workout

Same here July. haha

Ectomorph Workout

oh btw, good post. :)

Staci Burruel

WSO is the main key in local internet marketing nowadays, since it's hard to find local products or services in the web w/o the help of search engines. Local search marketing is provided by many private firms - including search engine providers themselves.


Thanks for the 'heads-up' on the meaning of WSO.

Empower Network

You give some excellent advice here. I am planning to open a Empower Network company.
Your blog post gave me some really good concepts.
I am still a newbie in business concept.

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