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  1. YouTube to Censor Search Results From Artists Who Rebuff New Streaming Music Service

    Not to mention that users expect a video search engine to return relevant results for an artist's name, which YouTube can't do if it's busy blocking the artist's content as a negotiating tactic with their label.

  2. How to Implement Adjusted Bounce Rate (ABR) via Google Tag Manager [Tutorial]

    For our example, use "Time" as the category, "30 seconds" as the action, and "User remained on site for 30 seconds" as the label. Enter a category, action, and label (label is optional). We know that the major search engines calculate dwell time...

  3. Google Shopping: Product Listing Ad & Feed Optimization Tips & Best Practices [Videos]

    We come up with really sophisticated strategies for our clients to have labels for seasonal products or we have labels for best sellers, or you can do price buckets, a label for all your products between $0-20, between $20-40, between $40-60.

  4. 3 Reasons Why the New Google Shopping is Bad for Ecommerce Merchants

    Google says they are already experimenting with new Shopping SERPs which include bigger images and a sponsored label to indicate that someone is paying to be there. The change of Google Shopping to a paid comparison shopping engine will definitely...

  5. Nomenclature: The Industry Case For and Against SEO

    The responsibilities of SEOs are growing so quickly, perhaps it's best that we just label ourselves as "online marketers," according to Rhea Drysdale, CEO Outspoken Media. In the 17 years I’ve been doing this, I’ve seen some major changes and not...

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

    I have worked for a major label and also as a musician and band promoter and I know exactly how the entertainment business screws artists, suppresses product, bungles distribution and promotion and basically is actually bad for musicians and artists.

  7. Google Music Store With Google+ Sharing 1 to 2 Weeks Away

    As these four music companies hold the rights to 87 percent of label-published music, winning these partnerships is important. While Google has yet to make an official announcement of the music store, multiple label executives as well as others...