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for: ‘October, 2011’

Google Offers Now Aggregating Local Deals

This story originally appeared on ClickZ:

Christopher Heine wrote Google Mirrors Facebook’s Deal Aggregation Strategy

Google evidently believes better targeting will turn a deals strategy previously tried – and abandoned – by Facebook int…

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Google Carves Out A Pumpkin Doodle For Halloween

Seems the guys at Google are partial to the Charlie Brown Great Pumpkin special. The company’s latest Doodle is a timelapse video of eight hours of pumpkin carving on six 1,000+ pound pumpkins that took place at their Mountain View headquarte…

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Hottest Halloween Costumes of 2011: Angry Birds, Black Swan, and Sexy Superheroes

Happy Halloween, readers! Now that the big day is upon us, let’s have a look at the top costumes and search trends for Halloween 2011. Google, Yahoo, and SortPrice have shared the top user searches and trends for Halloween costumes and other…

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SEO Plug-in Helps Bloggers Optimize Content

Last month, we had a look at an InboundWriter study that showed how search and social intelligence provided to writers during the content creation process can increase quality score, time on page, search traffic, and conversion to sale. What we fe…

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Agency SEO Pain Relief

Just because your SEO campaign is experiencing hiccups doesn’t mean you aren’t a good SEO practitioner. Certain situations like this force you to look at the alternative factors that can affect SEO success.

When you work within the a…

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3 Tips for Identifying Top Performing Keywords

The many ways Google can help you with keyword research.

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6 Tips for Using Promoted Tweets to Boost Your Brand’s Visibility

Twitter now has 100 million active users generating some 200 million tweets and 1.6 billion search queries every day. Despite the promise of reaching such a massive, highly-engaged audience, many advertisers have struggled to find the best wa…

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Meet the Experts at SES Chicago 2011

It’s only a matter of weeks before the industry’s thought leaders and top practitioners converge on Chicago for our annual Midwest online marketing bonanza.

As many thousands of past attendees are aware, getting to meet the expert speakers for s…

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How to get a job with a small company

Most advice about job seeking is oriented around big companies. The notion of a standard resume, of mass mailings, of dealing with the HR department–even the idea of interviews–is all built around the Fortune 500. Alas, the Fortune 500 has…

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How to Develop Link Marketing Ideas

Coming up with an idea to get people to link to your site can be challenging, whether you’re looking for a story idea, developing an online tool, or wanting to do something humorous. Yet there are strategies to find new ideas on a regular basis.


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