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  1. How to Plan Effectively for Content Marketing in 2014

    Define Your Coverage Area What is your primary audiences' favorite news sources online? News outlets including CNN, Mashable, Forbes, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal produce news across multiple industry topics on a daily basis.

  2. Ask.com's Top Question of 2013: What is the Royal Baby’s Name?

    You can also check out our coverage of Ask.com's top questions from previous years: 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009. Ask.com has also revealed the top news, celebrity, and political search terms and questions of 2013.

  3. Become a Leading SEO Mechanic with Both Google & Bing Webmaster Tools

    Keep an eye out at SEW for coverage! With this tool, no news is good news. You can click on “links to your site” to get a full list of those linking back the most, but the tool that many forget to use is the “internal links” tool.

  4. How to Create ‘Passion Pieces’ That Inspire People to Link

    Not only can your passion please your customers, it can attract free editorial coverage and links. So go through the trade press, read blogs and news sites on your client’s industry. However, many more are reticent to tell their full story.

  5. Twitter Year in Review: Top People, Trends & Events of 2012

    See their full coverage here. It spans politics, religion, sports, news, and entertainment; here are a few highlights: Obama’s November 6 celebratory tweet after winning the election had over 810,000 retweets and was marked a favorite by more than...

  6. SEMPO Appeals to FTC for Updated Search Engine Disclosure Guidelines

    SEMPO believes that this review and revision would be positive steps to take, and not merely in light of recent media coverage of this subject. SEMPO’s letter comes on the heels of other FTC vs Google news.

  7. Avoid These 3 Common Mistakes in Digital Media Data Analysis

    Perhaps there was local news coverage related to your products. With multiple campaigns in full swing and multitudes of data pouring in, it can be easy to misinterpret details and jump to conclusions about results without sufficient evidence.