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Month: January 2012

Dave and Dan: Google Pivots

Between crawling Kenyan databases for sales info, changing privacy policies in a way which will allow multi-site tracking, and launching a social search feature which only flavors the results for their social network, Google […]

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8 Ridiculous Examples of Press Release Fails

Alright, America: what the heck happened to the press release?

Didn’t they used to contain actual news? When did they get so gimmicky? Why are they so ridiculously boring? And when did a press release turn into an opportunity to tell the world your office just upgraded its water cooler?

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SEOs Who Guarantee a Number One Ranking are SEOs Who Lie

We’ll put you at the #1 search ranking for your desired keyword — Guaranteed! Your mother was right: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is too […]

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Hua’s IM Tips: Drive (and Park It) in the Mobile Market

Mobile marketing continues to grow as many businesses discover its huge potential. It also prompts web designers to create mobile-friendly websites. In turn, this paves the way for companies to […]

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Keyword Research: The Intelligence Behind Online Marketing

Today’s guest post is by Divya Rawat. Divya is an author with a passion for managing film festivals, is also a content writer with an SEO Company offering Content Writing […]

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The Real Reason Your Site Fell in the SERPs

The bombshell dropped: you just searched for one of your ranking keywords and you’re now listed at #9. What happened to your long-held #4 ranking? “GOOGLE DID THIS!” you fume. […]

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The Mobile Internet Revolution Has Arrived: Is Your Site Prepared?

The times, they are a-changing: mobile phones have officially overtaken computers in five leading global markets. According to a Google-Ad Age study, more consumers have mobile Internet-capable devices than desktop or laptop computers.

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Dave and Dan: SOPA Gets Pwned by reddit

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past few weeks, you’ve probably heard something about SOPA. In this week’s Dave & Dan comic, SOPA gets pwned by reddit. […]

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Don’t Flush Your Authority Down the Toilet: Effects on Blog SEO and Page Rank When Moving to a New Throne

I want to move to a new domain, but I worked hard to get my site where it is today — how badly will my SEO suffer if I move […]

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“I’ve Been Hacked!” The Must-Know Tips for Protecting Yourself Online

The hacktivist group Anonymous struck again this weekend, hacking several prominent sites and using the above video as an ominous calling card. The group managed to take down leading sites that included CBS.com, UniversalMusic.com, and official websites within the French and Polish governments.

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