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

    Go where they are: Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Pinterest, Vine, Instagram, forums, etc. The PR crisis was sending surges of traffic to their website; Mike and his team were now playing triage nurse to their small network of underpowered...

  2. Gaining Publicity With Social Talk Shows: Google+ Hangouts and Twitter Chats

    Reach more people by scheduling and submitting your Google+ Hangout in directories, forums and outlets like this one. Google+ is boasting 359 million active users making it the second largest social network in between the #1 Facebook and #3 Twitter...

  3. Bing Linked Pages Simpler than Google+ Author Markup

    Where those results have previously been dominated by estalished forums, retail brands may now have a chance to claim some personalized SERPs real-estate. The aim is to improve results for searches of your name from within the network of people who...

  4. Google & NSTIC Leading the March to Digital Totalitarianism?

    You are anonymous (sometimes) to those third parties that don't require your identity be revealed such as forums – possibly (a forum could request you be known just as easily as not). Now I don't to want single out Facebook, after all Google has...

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

    The new offering is a response to requests from users in their forums. Greg Coleman Named President of AOL's Platform-A Posted by Nathania Johnson Feb 3, 2009 AOL has named Greg Coleman as President of Platform-A, their display advertising network.

  6. Build Your SEM Network -- Get LinkedIn

    For instance, I searched for "SEO" and found about 241 groups, including one for Search Engine Watch, one for Search Engine Watch Forums, and one for Search Engine Strategies Conference & Expo. Feel free to send me an invitation to your linked...

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  7. SearchDay | All That Glitters Is Not Chrome

    Posted by Nathania Johnson Sep 5, 2008 In the Search Engine Watch forums, user searchengineman (Does he wear a cape? Google AdWords Separates Content and Search Network Stats - FINALLY! Now, he could check separate statistics for ads on the content...