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  1. SEO & PPC Q1 2014 Trends: '(not provided)', Mobile & Bing Ads All Grow [Reports]

    Facebook reigned as the dominant referrer of that traffic at 54 percent in Q1, versus other social sites like Pinterest (25 percent), YouTube (3 percent) and more. On the organic side of things, reports show “(not provided)” keyword data in Google...

  2. Secure Search, Rank & Finding Lost Keyword Traffic: A Conversation with gShift

    Is it a video, your Facebook page, a press release or your latest blog post that's ranking? With Google Hummingbird allowing the search engine to potentially find the same page from multiple queries types or asked in different ways, I wondered how...

  3. Facebook Update Targets News Feed Spam: Posts 'Explicitly' Asking for Likes, Comments, Shares

    Now Facebook seems to be directly targeting marketers that are overusing particular marketing strategies, similar to how we've seen Google make changes to their algorithm target and penalize SEO tactics that moved from an acceptable tactic to a...

  4. Twitter is Blocked in Turkey, Google’s Public DNS Helps Users Regain Access

    Erdoğan has also threatened to ban Facebook and YouTube, two other services which he says are being used to share recordings that damage his government, be they real or fake. However, Erdoğan promptly responded with comments about how he can't...

  5. You'll Laugh, Then Cry When You See the Simple Trick This Single Mom Uses to Beat Enterprise SEOs

    It's bad enough with a few of these sites being plastered on our Facebook newsfeeds. If you try for a purely quantity-based approach, people are likely to bounce so quickly it could affect Google's assumptions about the quality of your website.

  6. Crush Content Marketing in 2014: 5 Outside-the-Box Techniques That Get Results

    And just like in Facebook's early years, early adopters will reap massive rewards. Love 'em or hate 'em, BuzzFeed and its "Facebook crack" counterparts are generating obscene amounts of traffic. And Neil Patel noticed that 1,500-word posts...