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  1. Online PR: Should You Pitch or Ignore These 6 HARO Personas?

    Persona #6: Anonymous Understand these six personas and you’ll avoid wasting time and focus on the queries that could give you the media opportunity you’re looking for. Online PR is an important part of any link-building strategy, but SEOs don’t...

  2. New Settings Page Fits the Bill for DuckDuckGo

    And, in January, SEW reported that DuckDuckGo celebrated 1 billion searches, buoyed in part by revelations about the NSA's PRISM surveillance program and increased interest in the search engine's "anonymous" search functionality.

  3. Escape Google With These 12 Search Engine Alternatives

    If your search history isn't something that you would be proud to share with grandma or the NSA, then anonymous search engine DuckDuckGo is for you. As long as "Google" is a generic phrase for Internet search, their dominant position is assured.

  4. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 5: Measurement

    She drove a few minutes down the road to a Wendy's, and as she was waiting for her order she got on her phone and registered an anonymous Gmail account. Lisa Hughes, a New York-based content marketer for UK apparel company British Outfitters, just...

  5. Vic Gundotra Leaving Google, What's It Mean for Google+?

    The app had an anonymous post last week revealing “Vic Gundotra is interviewing. Vic Gundotra, the driving force behind the Google+ platform, has announced he is leaving Google, which has many people pondering the future of Google+.

  6. Google Testing In-Store Conversions Tied to AdWords Ads

    Google launched a pilot program dubbed "In-Store Attribution Transaction Reporting in AdWords" with six advertisers to "match the anonymous tracking cookies on users' computers to in-store sales information collected by data providers like Acxiom...

  7. Yelp Gets a Facelift, Puts Visual Content Front and Center

    The new facelift is a slight distraction from the controversy surrounding Yelp lately; with legal battles centering on anonymous and fake reviews, and even a sting operation by Yelp to crack down on them, Yelp's review system has been under fire.

  8. DuckDuckGo Celebrates 1 Billion Searches in 2013

    Last year, its "anonymous search" angle gave people an outlet for search after the PRISM leaks caused widespread concern over privacy. Search engine DuckDuckGo is just over five years old, and has quite a bit to celebrate.