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  1. 6 Tips for Using Promoted Tweets to Boost Your Brand’s Visibility

    Why not offer your followers – and the wider Twitter community via Promoted Tweets – access to free white papers, blog posts, webinars, exclusive video content, games, contests, deals, and more. Run A/B tests to see exactly how you should tweak...

  2. Google Social 'Layers', Google Fires Teen Stalker, Facebook/Microsoft Search Deal Rumor & More Search News

    Facts and trends include: advertisement relevance software advances, message customization, video games, in-text video, billboards, viral videos, pricing, control, and behavioral advertising. How is Google finding pages which don't have any links...

  3. Video Search 101, Part 2

    Last time, we looked at keyword research, tips on video production, and landing pages for video search. Microsoft launched Bing, their new search engine, in the time since "Video Search 101, Part 1" was posted last week.

  4. SearchDay | Don't Overlook Local Search Opportunities

    Using Video Spokespeople to Increase Landing Page Conversions Posted by Tim Ash Apr 7, 2009 When I speak on the topic of landing page optimization I am often asked about embedded video and the use of the walk-on video spokespeople that appear from...

  5. SearchDay | Users and Search Engines Want the Same Things

    Veoh Launches iPhone-Friendly Site Posted by Nathania Johnson Feb 3, 2009 Online video search site Veoh has launched an iPhone/iPod Touch-friendly site. Web sites must rise to the occasion and create landing pages that rank for important keywords...

  6. SearchDay | 7 Social Media Predictions for 2009

    PPC Landing Pages: Surprising Examples PROFITABLE PPC It's time to kick off the New Year by looking at examples of good and bad combinations of PPC ads and their landing pages. Video on-demand. Search Ad Quality Score 101, Part 2 SEM 101 Getting...

  7. SearchDay | Search Shifts and Predictions for 2009

    Stanford Students May Have Answer To Video Monetization Posted by Frank Watson Jan 3, 2009 Another group at Stanford may have come up with the next big thing. Devise a strategy that will lead to pages that have something to offer users, and you...