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  1. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    The company will create a tweet with a great deal or great content and then pay to have that tweet be promoted by Twitter. Blocking someone from Twitter means you're not only not following him/her, but that person can no longer follow you, reply to...

  2. 3 Essential Mobile Ad Extensions to Get More Clicks from Mobile Devices

    Offer Extensions are Google’s latest attempt to get in on the deal space made popular by companies like Groupon and Living Social. Easy way to deal with deals: Doing a Groupon deal is notoriously risky for small businesses, often leading to crowds...

  3. Google Plans to Combine Mobile & Desktop Ads

    Another investor asked how Google would deal with the fact that in a mobile world, Google may not be the starting point for searchers in app-driven world. Our ads require they spend some effort to deal with mobile, in general,” he said of advertisers.

  4. Google Buys Frommer’s Travel Guides in Yet Another Contested Move as a Content Publisher

    Yelp aren’t the only ones unhappy about the Frommer’s deal. Just before Google announced the Frommer’s deal, Yelp was trading at over $26. Google actually tried to buy Yelp in 2009, though the deal didn’t go through.

  5. Obama vs. Romney: Search for Next President Reveals Astonishing Facts

    An aggressive election campaign hasn’t begun just yet, and as acting president, he receives a great deal of public consideration already. Compared to Obama, a great deal more requests are geared toward Romney as an individual rather than on his...

  6. Google’s Matt Cutts Talks Infographics, Differentiation & More SEO Topics

    Using the example of a pizza chain with 60 locations, Enge asked Cutts how a business owner should deal with populating all of these sites with unique content. It did work for a while a few years ago, to fool the search engines into thinking a site...

  7. Will Yahoo Torch its Search Deal With Microsoft, Outsource Search to Google?

    Less than a year later, Microsoft and Yahoo struck a 10-year search deal in which Bing would power Yahoo’s organic search results and Yahoo would sell search advertising, with adCenter being the self-service ad platform for both companies.