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Archive for August, 2010


Googlebeat: Search Trend Based News Channel on Youtube

Last friday, Google launched the Googlebeat channel on Youtube, which aims to bring the value of services like Google Trends & Hot Trends, Google Insights for Search and Year-end Zeitgeist to a wider audience. This strategy is of passing interest as it seems that Google is squarely positioning itself as generating the equivalent value as […]

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7 Different Visualisations of Link Profiles

Posted by Tom_C We all love backlinks. We all love visualisation. Boom! Let’s mash those two things together. In this post I’ve collected a bunch of different techniques for visualising your link data. Some of these are useful for analysis, some are useful for management and some are useful for keeping Dr. Pete entertained…… 🙂 […]

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Tomorrow We Triple the Price on Copywriting Scorecard for Bloggers Grab a Copy Today for just $9.97

Almost two weeks ago we launched the brand new ProBlogger eBook – the Copywriting Scorecard for Bloggers. Written by SEO specialist copywriter Glenn Murray it’s an eBook designed to help bloggers get their posts optimized for readers and search engines so that their posts reach their potential (you can read all about it here in […]

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5 Ways to Make a Database For Your Customers

5 Ways to Make a Database For Your Customers This content from: Duct Tape Marketing Standard marketing CRM type practice suggests that you should create and supplement a database of customers and prospects with the idea that you build more and more information to use to help build deeper relationships and create additional selling opportunities. […]

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Brian Clark Interview: Copyblogger on Content Marketing with Blogs

OpenCamp’s Sunday schedule included presentations on blogging that included Chris Pirillo, Brian Clark and myself. I caught up with Brian before he gave his presentation to give us a little preview. John P. ended up using the video as the segue between Brian and I as we changed microphones. Watch as Brian talks about the […]

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Yahoo Partners With TIM Brasil, Brazil’s 3rd Largest Mobile Operator

Yahoo announced today on the Y! Mobile Blog that they have partnered with TIM Brasil, and displaced Google, to provide the search facility to one of the largest mobile carriers in Brazil. Click to read the rest of this post…

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Linkscape’s August Update: New Domain Authority Numbers, Partners and More

Posted by randfish Today I’m happy to announce that we’ve just updated Linkscape’s web index (which also powers Open Site Explorer and the metrics via the mozBar) with fresh link data. You should see some bright shiny links we’ve found from late July to early August in this index (e.g. our own Beginner’s Guide now […]

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Why Link Exchanges Are Like Mosquitoes

A Guest post by Akila from The Road Forks Last week, I had a revelation when, after spending ten minutes fiddling around with a VPN in Podunkville, China, I opened my email and found four link exchange requests, including one asking to exchange links with “The Toad Forks” rather than our website, The Road Forks. […]

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Chris Pirillo on SEO & Social Media @ OpenCa.mp

At the OpenCa.mp conference in Dallas this weekend I was able to re-connect with Chris Pirillo of Lockergnome and the Gnomedex conference (We’ve interviewed each other in the past). We both jumped out of the same airplane with the Army Golden Knights last week and are also speaking today about blogs at OpenCa.mp. I caught […]

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Blogosphere Trends + Storytelling

This column is written by Kimberly Turner from Regator (a great tool that gathers and organizes the world’s best blog posts) – Darren I went tandem skydiving for my birthday in June. As the small plane packed with adrenaline junkies climbed, my blood pressure did the same. The air felt thin in my lungs. The […]

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