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

    But over dependency on organic traffic from a limited source can lead to a dangerous depression if it goes away. Love the Hallmark Holiday or hate it, at the very least it's one of the top five times of year to stock up on chocolate candy.

  2. 7 Stages of “Do Not Track” Grief: A Survival Guide for Analysts & Online Marketers

    Depression, Reflection, and Loneliness In recent days, Google has also unveiled new Chrome features for Do Not Track. While many in the community are bracing with the implications, others believe the feature won't have a significant impact on the...

  3. Clara Schumann Google Doodle Celebrates German Pianist & Composer

    Isserlis writes, “The cause of his madness was probably tertiary syphilis, although his (apparent) manic depression cannot have helped. The Doodle shows Schumann playing piano with her children, five of whom stand in place of the two “o”s and the...

  4. Twitter Helps Prove That Fame Isn't Fleeting

    Over the course of 70 years, through a world war, a global depression, a two order of magnitude growth in (available) media volume, and a technological curve moving from party-line telephones to satellites and Twitter, both of our fame duration...

  5. Is Diego Rivera Google Doodle a Nod to the 99%?

    The Museum of Modern Art in New York is currently running an exhibition of Rivera's work, of which the most recognisable is the Agrarian Leader Zapata, but he is also known for two controversial works commissioned in the USA following the Great...

  6. Mary Blair Google Doodle Honors Artist's 100th Birthday

    Trained at the Chouinard Art Institute of L.A.during the Great Depression, Blair turned her talents to advertisement design and book illustrating after leaving design. Todays Google Doodle pays tribute to former Disney character and concept artist...

  7. What Role Should the Government Play in Our (Searching) Lives?

    No news there, but the clear cut objective at that point for the government was to stave off a depression and address the financial needs of Americans. in the U.S. One of the most prevalent themes on the campaign trail this year was the size and...

  8. Effective Search Marketing Strategy Determines Fate of Organizations

    Search Marketing Destroyed What Fire, The Depression Couldn't His nephews ran the store until it was sold to the Gottlieb family in 1919; they guided the business through the Great Depression and started to display the world's finest high-end...

  9. How Much Will Google Bank On U.S. Real Estate Market Recovery?

    A depression hit search market in the finance sector sees soaring clickthrough rates (CTRs), indicating higher trust factors at play in SERPs, and diving cost-per-clicks (CPCs), indicating less competition, which all add up to suggest a 'cleaner...

  10. The Times of London to Begin Charging Readers for Using its Web Site in June

    And during the worst recession since the Great Depression, branding was seen as nice to have, while traffic was seen as need to keep. News International today announced that two of its publications, The Times and The Sunday Times of London, would...

  11. American Daily Newspapers Employ 25% Fewer People Than in 2001

    Depression (I don't care anymore. I apparently caused a stir yesterday at the PRSA International Conference in San Diego. Actually, it was a disturbing fact -- or an inconvenient truth -- that I cited which caused the stir.

  12. This Breaking News Just In - The Meta Keywords Tag is Still Dead!

    Depression (I don't care anymore. Search, surprised everyone by saying that Yahoo! had stopped supporting the Meta Keywords Tag several months ago. Google has never supported the Meta Keywords Tag and Bing doesn't support it, either.

  13. News Blogs Are Becoming the New Online Newspapers

    And it has to do this at a time when economists are trying to draw the line between a recession and a depression. Today, it appears that news blogs are becoming the new online newspapers, too. According to "The State of the News Media 2009," an...