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  1. Google Gives More Prominence to First Playable Music Video Search Result

    Below the video, Google also links to searches for the artist and the album on which the song you've searched for appears. This was already available in September 2013 when you searched for an artist and then clicked on a song – you’d see a preview...

  2. How to Hire (and Keep) Digital Marketing Talent in 2014

    Bruce Clay offers marketing executives everything they need to know about SEO in a free online training course specifically designed for CMOs and executives to learn the best practice methodology for SEO so they can recognize a song and dance when...

  3. Oklahoma Uses YouTube TrueView Ads to Boost Tourism for a Song [Case Study]

    They probably know the title song from "Oklahoma! YouTube TrueView will definitely be a part of the OTRD media mix going forward and the team is already considering other innovative ways to use the format to drive economic impact for Oklahoma … for...

  4. Crowdsourcing Gone Wrong: How Brands Can Avoid Messy Marketing Mistakes

    The vote was scrapped with that song in the lead. Music magazine NME heard about it and asked their readers to vote for one specific Bowie song – "The Laughing Gnome". We've all heard about the wisdom of crowds, with Wikipedia and even entire...

  5. Why Social Media Listening is Important for Brands

    Taylor Guitars was listening and identified peaks in conversation, which led them to Dave Carroll's protest song on YouTube. The song chronicles an incident of how Dave's guitar (which was a Taylor Guitar) was damaged due to attendants of United...

  6. A 7-Step Landing Page Template to Convert Prospects into Leads

    If you've ever downloaded a movie or song from a file-sharing site, you've probably also installed six programs that let outside users access your computer. Pay-per-click search marketing may have been invented in the second Clinton administration...

  7. Google Doodle Spotlights Ella Fitzgerald

    Fitzgerald, also dubbed "The First Lady of Song", recorded more than 200 albums during her career that began on an Amateur Night at the Apollo in Harlem, New York, in 1934, and ended with her last concert in 1991 at Carnegie Music Hall in New York...