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Archive for February, 2011


Google Tracking Health Searches For Disease Mapping!

The BBC reported that Google tracks people’s searches for disease information and is mapping them to find trends. While this may work as a way to gather insights in to where diseases are occurring, there is a big question on the privacy issues involved. “Type in a search for flu in Google and you will […]

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NY Times Publishes First Best Seller List That Includes eBooks

This weekend the New York Times Best Seller List includes eBooks for the first time. From the numbers eBooks appear to have outsold all print books in the fiction field and dominated the non-fiction purchases as well. Interestingly, the numbers only include sold books – I am sure if the pirated versions available online would […]

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International SEO: Where to Host and How to Target – Whiteboard Friday

Posted by Aaron Wheeler  International SEO is big business, and big business equals big websites. It can be really confusing when you have to cater to a target audience that is the entire world: you know that people from different countries and cultures are going to be looking for different things. We’ve had a lot […]

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How to Impress Blog Visitors Before they Start to Read

This guest post is by Darren of Findermind.com Isn’t the best way to impress readers by providing great content? My answer would be yes, because most people come to your site for your content. There are, however, some things you can do to impress and build credibility among your (first-time) readers even before they start […]

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Weekend Favs February Twelve

Weekend Favs February Twelve This content from: Duct Tape Marketing My weekend blog post routine includes posting links to a handful of tools or great content I ran across during the week. I don’t go into depth about the finds, but encourage you check them out if they sound interesting. The photo in the post […]

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Escaping TopRank Winter for San Diego, London, Barcelona & Austin

Beautiful sunrise Lake Minnetonka. But COLD! One of the greatest things about a good old fashioned, cold and snowy Winter in Minnesota is leaving for a few weeks to warmer weather. Add to that the opportunity to spend time meeting smart online marketers from around the world and it’s an even better season. The next […]

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Don’t Go It Alone: Relationship-building for Bloggers

This guest post is by Jane Sheeba of Find All Answers. Let’s get it straight. Blogging is not a standalone job. You cannot blog in a space that doesn’t exist and to a group of virtual people. You need people—yes, living human beings, not just pairs of eyeballs—to read your blog. You don’t just need […]

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Why Your Business Needs a Content Marketing Strategy

Google sites handle about 88 billion searches each month. YouTube is the second most popular search engine second only to Google. Facebook is now over 600 million users. Twitter has nearly 200 million accounts. LinkedIn is at 101 million users and FourSquare grew 3,400% in 2010. The variety of options for customer marketing and engagement […]

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Bing Personalizes Results, Adds Location & Search History

Your physical location and past search results will now influence the order of the results you see on Bing, much like features Google has offered for years already. For example, now if you’re searching for pizza place in San Francisco, in the past you would have to type [San Francisco pizza]. Now you can simply […]

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Bing, adCenter Get Boost from Nokia/Microsoft Alliance

Nokia will adopt Microsoft’s Windows Phone 7 as its primary operating system, which means Bing will become the default search engine on all Nokia phones. This alliance potentially could have some impact on search market share and paid search advertising. In an open letter from Nokia CEO Stephen Elop and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, it […]

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