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  1. The Challenge of Enterprise Link-Building in a Content Marketing World

    A campaign must also be designed to accomplish business goals like connecting with influencers, branding objectives including demand generation, and driving more direct traffic to the site. In other words, if you are McAfee Internet Security, you...

  2. Google Penguin 2013: How to Evolve Link Building into Real SEO

    Continually Identify Audience Demand: Your SEO won't be successful if it isn't useful. Video is an excellent form of content marketing that is still under-utilized by small businesses. Syndicate: The "build it and they will come" philosophy doesn't...

  3. Google Play, YouTube & Others Getting 600+ 20th Century Fox Movies, TV Shows

    Today you can buy Fox’s new release 'Prometheus' in HD, available three weeks ahead of the Blu-ray, DVD and video-on-demand release,” Google announced. Like many other tech companies, we believe that there are smart, targeted ways to shut down...

  4. VeryPink Uses YouTube TrueView In-Search Ads to Reach Knitters for 3 Cents a View

    Being so tuned in to customer demand via search helps her build community and sell more patterns. If the viewer is interested in getting the pattern to complement the video instruction, they can download the pattern for $4-$12 from

  5. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    A direct result of your feedback and demand, The YouTube Collection is a first of its kind offering in web video. Here's a video outlining the details. In a post on the YouTube Blog, Chet Flanagan, director of DVD product management, asked, “Loved...

  6. SOPA Explained: Why It’s Bad for the Web & How to #StopSOPA

    Congress and Senate to demand an explanation from the companies who created the piracy problem as to why the solution should now be legislated on their terms, for their protection. The evidence he has compiled, including years of screenshots and...

  7. Occupy Wall Street: How News Publishers are Missing an Opportunity for New Readers

    Search associated with Occupy Wall Street terms ballooned almost overnight, going from non-existent to more than 300,000 searches in just the final two weeks of September, highlighting the market demand for this content.