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Seth Godin’s Squidoo Acquired by HubPages

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Some, but not all, Squidoo content will be rolled into content-sharing site HubPages by around October 1. What does this transition mean for users? Some, but not all, Squidoo content will be rolled into content-sharing site HubPages by around October 1. What does this transition mean for users? 0 Comments

The Year in Search & Social Marketing: Highs & Lows of 2012

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Everyone loves the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Let's take a trip down memory lane to review the winning and losing moments in online and search marketing in 2012. Here are some memorable highlights from search, social and online tech. Everyone loves the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat. Let's take a trip down memory lane to review the winning and losing moments in online and search marketing in 2012. Here are some memorable highlights from search, social and online tech. 0 Comments

Google Panda 6 Months Out Still Has People Baffled

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Panda has created a scenario where publishers who don't embrace SEO are condemned to feel the sting of what happens when they don't. SEO DOES WORK but you can't rely on your father's methods anymore and you have to understand your industry. Panda has created a scenario where publishers who don't embrace SEO are condemned to feel the sting of what happens when they don't. SEO DOES WORK but you can't rely on your father's methods anymore and you have to understand your industry. 0 Comments

HubPages Adds Subdomains, Claims Google Panda Recovery, But...

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User-generated article site HubPages was one of the thousands of websites hit hardest by Google’s Panda update. But now they claim to have a solution that works: dividing its website into thousands of subdomains. But is this a legit workaround? User-generated article site HubPages was one of the thousands of websites hit hardest by Google’s Panda update. But now they claim to have a solution that works: dividing its website into thousands of subdomains. But is this a legit workaround? 0 Comments