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News Number 19

  1. How the Mobile Shift Will Affect Paid Search and Social Advertising Efforts

    The biggest news on the paid search front in 2013 had to be Google's switch to enhanced campaigns. Nearly half of all mobile searcherssay they would be more likely to turn to another brand if a business lacks a phone number in its search results.

  2. 22 Facebook PR Secrets Every Community Manager Should Know

    Weintraub and Litwinka’s spin on Facebook content calls for 50/30/20 rule.percent news: Include a custom blend of third party, non-competitive content from sites such as and industry percent personality: Highlight a sparkle...

  3. In Search for New Pope, Vatican Embraced Twitter, Facebook & Google

    As a central symbol of Catholicism and leader of the Catholic Church, the pope has been the subject of much news in recent weeks and even months – from Pope Benedict XVI sending his very first tweet on 12/12/12 (with which he apparently had some...

  4. How the Gun Control Debate is Impacting Search Results

    Lately, the news has been chock full of updates regarding the issue of gun control. The keyword gun control has a massive 639 million results in December 2012 and is searched for more than 33,000 times per month which makes sense in light of the...

  5. AOL Puts Entire Original Video Library on 22 Monetized YouTube Channels

    As Harnevo pointed out, this is “very significant news. So, putting AOL’s entire original video content library on 22 curated YouTube channels is “very significant news. On Oct.he said, “even more talented creators and original entertainment will...

  6. Facebook Ads 80% Bot Claim, Examined! Why You Shouldn’t Lose Faith Just Yet

    Limited Run’s allegations of Facebook ad traffic being 80 percent bots has made major news publications, from the New York Times to CNBC. The number of visits Facebook reports from ads appears to be nearly accurate, even if the visitors are bots.

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

    The fact that a law like SOPA or PIPA can be fast-tracked with no mention on the nightly news, no debate, in closed sessions He estimates that intellectual property industries provide 19 million high-paying and accounts for more than 60...