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

    If this turns out to be true, users searching for music on YouTube, the world's second largest search engine, may not find content from their some of their favorite independent artists. Could This Bullying Set a Precedent That Might Seep Into the...

  2. Pre-PPC Strategies For Launching a New Product

    You can bring those folks to your Facebook page, where you can explain the general concept of your offer and ask for their help in getting it into the world. I can use lots of “fake meats” for new vegans still missing their beef and bacon, or stick...

  3. Doodle 4 Google 2014 Winner Invents Water Purifier to Make the World a Better Place

    By Charles Seagle, Mokulele Elementary School, Hawaii: "If I could invent one thing to make the world a better place it would be a Time Machine. To make the world a better place, I invented a transformative water purifier.

  4. More Panda 4.0 Findings: Syndication, User Engagement, Indexation & Keyword Hoarding

    Wow, now that we know it wasn’t a 10-day rollout causing secondary volatility, what in the world was it? In a perfect world, they would use rel=canonical to point back to your content. I posted my initial Panda 4.0 findings on my blog, based on...

  5. Why Brands Should Provide Content Based on Users, Not Just Their Mobile Device

    This is a perfect real-world example of why brands should provide their customers with a consistent cross-device experience. Take for example someone looking to buy a new 60-inch television. Does smartphone and tablet user behavior differ so much...

  6. How to Use Google Analytics Site Search Reports

    International Comparisons: It is interesting to see the take-up of search functionality on websites around the world. This allows you to directly compare the success rate of people using search against those who don’t to work out whether the...

  7. 5 Googley SEO Terms – Do They Mean What You Think They Mean?

    Disclaimer: This information is from a Google patent and may differ in some of its real world application. Many people mistake duplicate content to mean copying the exact words and paragraphs on a page to a new page.