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  1. Top 10 SEO New Year's Resolutions for a Successful 2014

    The popular resolution to "reduce, reuse, and recycle" might very well be made for eco-friendly reasons, but applies equally well to your website content strategy. Set up an RSS feed of your favorite resources and spend the first 15 minutes of the...

  2. Beware of Red Flags When Searching for SEO or Web Dev Services

    The branding is a bit outdated and the logo doesn’t render correctly when increasing display resolution. Many of your customers have posted positive reviews on your Google+ page; your email is full of correspondence (after your new video hit...

  3. 3 Hot Bing Ads Features for 2013 from a Certified Search Nerd

    Bing Ads’ New Year’s resolution is to keep innovating, adding new features and making our tools easier to use. Bing currently works with,, and to display merchant ratings for businesses with 10 or...

  4. Avoiding the SEO 'Fiscal Cliff' – Justifying Investment With Metrics that Matter

    For in-house SEO personnel, business development folks, agency teams and individual online marketing shops, the start of 2013 may bring the worst kind of New Year’s resolution: smaller budgets, contract renegotiations or more discussion around the...

  5. FTC to Drop Vertical Search Antitrust Case Against Google? No Consumer Harm Found

    The members of FairSearch will view any resolution to the investigations of Google that does not permanently end its preferences for its own products as incomplete in restoring a truly competitive landscape to search and related Internet services.

  6. Bing vs. Google: A Search Engine Taste Test (Of Things To Come?)

    Preferred location of shopping results (on 1440 x 900 resolution) In this challenge they display Google and Bing search results side-by-side with all the branding stripped out and allow users to vote for their preferred set of results based purely...

  7. How to Use QR Codes for Better Conversion Rates

    Note: Inferior camera phones like iPhone 3GS and Blackberry with less than 3 MP resolution and no autofocus cannot scan barcodes smaller than 1"x1". Display QR code "posters" on-site that encourage users to scan and "Like" the page on Facebook.