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May 2005 Launches Turkish Site; More on Localization is now live! The U.S. Journal of Academics launched its eleventh (11th) non-English sister site last week. The Turkish site is designed to tap into the enormous potential of the globally-mobile student market in Turkey. Contact Cheryl to participate in the initiative.

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Update on Free Local Registrations at Google and Yahoo!: Several colleagues requested more details from our last newsletter. Simply go to and, and click their Local links. Try to find your organization using its name and zip code. If appropriate results do not appear prominently, click Information for Business Owners on the Google Results Page, and Add your business to Yahoo! Local on the Yahoo Results Page, then follow their instructions.

The search engines are offering free local registrations for a limited time, to populate their databases, which will enhance their geomarketing capabilities. For more info about this important new Precision Marketing trend, attend our eRecruitment Trends and Techniques Session on Wednesday, 1 June at 9:15 a.m. at the NAFSA Conference in Seattle.

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NAFSA, Seattle, 1 June (Plan to attend the 2005 version of our popular eRecruitment Session)

NAFSA Bi-Regional, Atlantic City, 7-10 November
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