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  1. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    Not all of the questions below might be applicable to your business, but hopefully they will allow you to make a smarter decision when picking a company to team up with. Can we integrate our proprietary forms onto the location and directory pages?

  2. How to Increase Conversions for Your Best (and Worst) Performing Keywords in 6 Steps

    A company that sells a cyber security solution published dozens of dedicated pages on the most malicious security threats as part of a keyword strategy. What's more, proprietary conversion data helps you figure out what is and what isn't working...

  3. The New Inbox: The Intersection of Email, Mobile & Social Marketing

    Most brands do not have huge teams of people working on email; rather, it's usually two or three people in a company and they're are also managing search, social, the website, etc. Often a company's top email business objectives include increasing...

  4. Social Ad Revenue Forecast to Hit $11 Billion by 2017 [Report]

    The company projects that local ad targeting and campaign management will continue to improve moving into 2017. The company focuses on the local media space. BIA/Kelsey's projections come from a variety of proprietary and client information.

  5. How to Avoid PR Disaster With a Social Media Policy

    The company picnic and holiday party just got bigger, wider, and riskier with social media snapshots landing on Facebook and Instagram. Consider delivering these resources to your employees as part of a company-wide social media training program.

  6. PRWEb and PitchEngine: SEO Smart/SMO Sexy Newsmakers

    We started using PRWeb in 2008 and it’s been one of the best decisions we’ve ever made,” says Ed Adams, Manager for the Global Public Affairs Department at the DuPont Company. As far as the SEO vote of confidence on PitchEngine, Zog Media Founder...

  7. Bob Moog Rocks Google Homepage With Synthesizer Logo You Can Play

    Readers showed an interest in purchasing theremin kits and his company, R.A. Moog left his own company in 1978 and despite having joined theremin-maker Big Briar, was actually prohibited from using his own name in marketing right through the 1990s.