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  1. Movie-Themed Halloween Costumes Lead Google Search Trends

    While costumes from the TV show Breaking Bad and the viral video "What Does the Fox Say? What will the most popular Halloween costumes be this year? Google's top trending searches for Halloween costumes give us a good idea that movie-themed getups...

  2. Matt Cutts Says 'Stop' Guest Blogging for SEO: Here's Everything You Need to Know

    Because over time it's become a more and more spammy practice, and if you're doing a lot of guest blogging then you're hanging out with really bad company. And just like bad links, otherwise great sites whose only flaw was being owned by someone...

  3. Ask.com's Top Question of 2013: What is the Royal Baby’s Name?

    Breaking Bad. When is the Breaking Bad series finale? The son of Britain's Prince William and Kate was born on July 22 and speculation about the baby's name ran wild – for a whole two days. Yes, the most asked question of 2013, according to Ask.com...

  4. Effective Storytelling for Brands: How to Drive Discovery & Engagement

    In and of itself this disruption is not necessarily a bad thing provided there are available and obvious alternatives. Today, billions of people around the world use Facebook and LinkedIn to connect, Twitter for breaking news and live events, and...

  5. Google & Yahoo Reveal the Most Searched For Halloween Costumes of 2013

    Breaking Bad – searches are up nearly 3x vs.last year for the popular AMC series, which just saw huge ratings for its series finale. Judging by recent searches, you aren't the only one. Both Google and Yahoo agree that Minion costumes – from the...

  6. SEO Audit Findings: 4 Hidden Technical Problems That Can Send Dangerous Signals to Search Engines

    And in aggregate, a poor rel=canonical strategy could fire millions of bad SEO signals to the engines, which can severely impact rankings and traffic. They simply didn't know that hiding content from users while presenting it to the engines was a...

  7. Sequencing the DNA of the Perfect Comment [Study]

    The study, performed by AOL's Consumer Analytics and Research team (Disclosure: the author works for AOL) with Joe Blechman as lead analyst, and Probit Research, began by breaking down the constituent parts of comments into 15 measurable attributes:

  8. How to Avoid PR Disaster With a Social Media Policy

    Does the saying "There's no such thing as bad publicity" apply to social media blunders gone viral? The good, the bad, and the ugly stemming from social media sentiments that bubble up to a brand are a direct reflection on the company's image...