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  1. 7 Content Marketing Tips to Recover From Google Penguin

    To earn himself some internet fame, a tweeter named Jamie Jones posted a fake letter response from WeBuyAnyCar.com, after he supposedly asked them to buy a Little Tikes Car. This is essentially how Social Media Examiner grew a list of over 124,000...

  2. PPC Management Operations: The Ultimate Guide

    Just like a car's engine, PPC management needs regular tune-ups and maintenance in order to perform at the optimal level. Planning is half the battle, so here's your starter calendar for your PPC management at the start of a new year.

  3. 8 Tips for Building Your Internal Content Marketing Strategy

    Your content strategy will get your car back on the road and power you toward where you need to go. Have a controversial blog post from last year that really got under people's skill? Is there evergreen content created last year that didn't get the...

  4. Google SERPs Updates: In-Depth Articles & Knowledge Graph Results for Car Shoppers

    Google has announced search results updates meant to deliver comprehensive results for car shoppers and more in-depth articles for readers seeking more than a quick answer for their query. Google Adds Car Shopping Results to Knowledge Graph

  5. Matt Cutts on SEO, PageRank, Spam & the Future of Google Search at Pubcon Las Vegas

    He did say they are continuing their work on some specific keywords that tend to be very spammy, including “payday loans,” “car insurance,” “mesothelioma,” and some porn keywords. As a result, Cutts said we shouldn’t expect to see any PageRank...

  6. Google April Fools' Pranks 2013: YouTube Closing, Google Nose, Gmail Blue & More!

    New car - Fresh and expensive Car exhaust - Poison, gas, and a salty hint of rising seas What's your favorite spoof this year? You know, immature and cheesy, with a quick, bright finish. At least according to Google Nose, one of the latest...

  7. Valentine’s Day Ferris Wheel Google Doodle Searches for a Perfect Match

    The term Ferris wheel has since been generalized to mean any passenger car spinning wheel ride. While Google typically represents only one event, Google has produced double-occasion logos before, such as last year's logo that celebrated the leap...