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Day Valentine

  1. We Love Google, We Love Google Not: 6 SEO-Inspired Valentine's Day Quotes

    It's Valentine's week. This is also a good time of year to search for quotes about love and romance, whether you want to write a valentine or you're looking to rewrite a few classics to apply to our perpetually dysfunctional relationship with Google.

  2. Click to Call, Cross-Device Conversions Deliver AdWords Revenue Lift for 1-800-Flowers

    If someone is searching for roses for the upcoming Valentine's holiday and has a question about delivery to a business location, the customer can quickly search on Google, use the CTC extension on the ad copy and get the question answered before...

  3. Google's Your Money or Your Life Search Quality Ratings: What Webmasters Need to Know

    Update the homepage with relevant current content, which can be something as simple and fast as putting up Halloween content in October or Valentine's Day content at the start of February. While you don't have to make a point of updating something...

  4. A Revealing Look at Top Valentine’s Day Searches – From Gifts to ‘Die Hard’

    Ah, Valentine’s Day. In January, ads for Valentine’s Day terms overall were prevalent in both Google and Bing databases. Some of the advertisers utilizing Bing for Valentine’s Day promotions include,,

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

    Forgoing the traditional Valentine's Day Doodle, Google has produced a new interactive Doodle primarily honoring American engineer George Ferris. Combining Valentine's Day with the Ferris tribute, you can click the heart button below the wheels.

  6. How to Create ‘Passion Pieces’ That Inspire People to Link

    You’d expect a company like to have a passion for customer service and they certainly showed it last Valentine’s Day with their “Love your customer awards”: Not only were the awards central to their business, but the timing with...

  7. Google’s Legalize Love Campaign Pressures Governments on Gay Rights

    This past Valentine’s Day, Google raised the hackles of homophobes by including a cartoon portrayal of a gay couple at the end of their "Cold, Cold Heart" video. For a corporate leader in LGBT rights, this wasn’t a case of pushing an agenda, but...