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How to Hire & Retain SEO Talent in 2013

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Whether you’re doing SEO in an agency environment, in-house, or as a freelancer, your success depends heavily on the talent of your employees, who will create and execute performance-driving SEO campaigns. Here’s how to find and keep them. Whether you’re doing SEO in an agency environment, in-house, or as a freelancer, your success depends heavily on the talent of your employees, who will create and execute performance-driving SEO campaigns. Here’s how to find and keep them. 0 Comments

Baidu Employees Arrested for Taking Bribes to Delete Posts

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Three employees of Chinese search engine Baidu have been arrested for taking bribes to delete posts. It is still not known what type of content was deleted from search postings. Baidu reportedly sacked four employees following an investigation. Three employees of Chinese search engine Baidu have been arrested for taking bribes to delete posts. It is still not known what type of content was deleted from search postings. Baidu reportedly sacked four employees following an investigation. 0 Comments

In-house SEO, SEO Agency, or Both? 17 Points to Consider

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While efficient, SEO is also a complex online marketing channel for acquiring new customers. Is it better to have one or more in-house SEOs or collaborate with a specialized SEO agency? Here are arguments for both and how to find the right mix. While efficient, SEO is also a complex online marketing channel for acquiring new customers. Is it better to have one or more in-house SEOs or collaborate with a specialized SEO agency? Here are arguments for both and how to find the right mix. 0 Comments

Google Reports Q2 2011 Earnings, Record $9 Billion Revenue

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With lower than expected earnings in Q1, growing concerns over spending, and a decline in Google’s stock price since Larry Page was appointed CEO, Google today reported a record $9.03 billion in Q2 2011 revenue and profit of $2.51 billion. With lower than expected earnings in Q1, growing concerns over spending, and a decline in Google’s stock price since Larry Page was appointed CEO, Google today reported a record $9.03 billion in Q2 2011 revenue and profit of $2.51 billion. 0 Comments