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  1. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    Don thought about this a moment, repeating the last phrase quietly to himself. One Thursday, British Outfitters' Twitter account started to light up. Lisa Hughes, British Outfitters' most recent New York hire, was sitting in the office of her boss...

  2. Google Algorithm Tweak Tries to Squash Mug Shot Websites

    The Times reported this algorithm update went live "sometime on Thursday," referring to Thursday of last week. And a potential employer or neighbor might find that mug shot right in the search results when they perform a search for your name.

  3. Yandex Co-Founder Ilya Segalovich Dies

    He had been in a coma with no sign of brain activity as a result of his battle with cancer since Thursday, when Yandex originally erroneously reported that Segalovich had died. Segalovich had been diagnosed with treatable stomach cancer last year...

  4. SES New York Keynote Speaker Says Internet is TV’s Best Friend

    He has spent the last 17 years working at various interactive, high-tech, and new media companies on the agency-side, client-side, and as an entrepreneur. If you register by Thursday, March 7, 2013, you can save up to $600 on Platinum or All Access...

  5. Black Friday E-Commerce Sales Set $1 Billion Record, 2012 Holiday Online Sales Strong

    Overall growth was a little slower than last year on higher CPCs (driven completely by desktop) and lower CTRs, but it was still a record day for clicks and spend. Fans engaged (liked, commented, or shared) the most with retailers between 5 a.m.and...

  6. How to Create an Editorial Calendar That Will Grow Your Audience

    A basic editorial calendar could be as basic as a theme for each month and a requirement to blog every Thursday, like this example for a plumbing site: Brainstorming ideas avoids writers' block and the stress of wondering what to write about at the...

  7. Congress Checks Into Facebook, Twitter, Foursquare iOS App Data Collection

    The letters were sent out on Thursday to companies with products in the App Store's "iPhone Essential" area, as a part of an ongoing inquiry by the U.S. Last month, a developer of applications ('apps') for Apple's mobile devices discovered that the...