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  1. Marketers Talk Hummingbird, '(Not Provided)' & More Ahead of SES Chicago 2013

    Besides researching keywords that you would enter on a search engine to find information, evaluate phrases that you would use to ask a friend for such information. People will ask more questions in the search bar which push us to optimize our...

  2. Make the Most of Your Social Media Interactions: 9 Tips

    Have you ever woken up after a night out with new numbers in your phone under names like “Ryan from concert”, “Sarah Cute Dress”, or “April Sam’s Friend”? If you arrive at the party too early, you'll find yourself sitting at the bar twiddling your...

  3. Google Friend Connect Adds Event Widget

    Google Friend Connect Launches "Social Bar" Google Friend Connect has added an event widget to help site administrators harness social media for event planning. Google Friend Connect launched last year as an easy way for site owners to add social...

  4. DiggBar Enables Easier Social Bookmarking, Sharing

    Google Friend Connect's Social Bar enables social networking with a horizontal "bar" of social networking that web developers can place on their site. Facebook has a bar that runs along the bottom of the page while you're hanging out on their site.

  5. Google Friend Connect Launches API

    Google Friend Connect Launches "Social Bar" Google Friend Connect, the tool that allows web developers to add social networking to any site, has launched an API. Site owners - Integrate Friend Connect more deeply into your site.

  6. SearchDay | Setting up PPC Campaigns 101

    Facebook Connect Now Available for iPhone Posted by Nathania Johnson Mar 17, 2009 Facebook Connect is a web development tool that helps sites add social networking (similar to Google Friend Connect). All money goes to charity and there is an open...

  7. Google Adds Friend Connect to Blogger

    Google Friend Connect Launches "Social Bar" Granted, Friend Connect isn't comprehensive, but it's a simple way for those who don't have the time or resources to build out a full-on social networking site.