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  1. Stimulate Your Search Marketing Creativity With the Random Input Technique

    You can also find random input from card decks, including regular playing cards (what are your associations with the 7 of clubs or the queen of hearts? We can identify our prospects' wants and needs, survey our competition, tweak and test ads and...

  2. Guy Kawasaki Talks Content Marketing, Social & Google+

    Takeaways: Mari Smith has been known to say, "Content is king, engagement is queen. If you have more brains than money, you should focus on inbound marketing. That's according to Guy Kawasaki, the New York Times bestselling author of "Enchantment...

  3. YouTube Creator Playbook Version 2 Indicates Two-Dimensional Thinking

    As I told attendees in the Expo Hall at the The Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre in London, the update to the Creator Playbook reminded me of the “Kirk Beats Khan SCENE - Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan MOVIE (1982) – HD,” when Mr.

  4. Hottest Halloween Costumes of 2011: Angry Birds, Black Swan, and Sexy Superheroes

    Other adult costumes in the top 10: Green Lantern, Where’s Waldo, The Simpsons' Duffman, Sexy Queen Bee, Tron Legacy, Angry Birds, Jersey Shore, Lady Gaga, and Sexy Pirate. CNBC’s Consumer Nation has a slideshow of trendy Adult Halloween Costumes...

  5. Google Hearts London: New Offices & World's First Chrome Store

    In November 2010, UK prime minister David Cameron set out the government's ambition for London's East End, specifically the area between Old Street and the Queen Elizabeth Park in Stratford, to become a world-leading 'Tech City' to rival Silicon...

  6. Google Doodle Celebrates Malaysian Independence Day

    The Queen's representative, the Duke of Gloucester presented Tunku Abdul Rahman with the instrument of independence. Malaysian Independence Day, or Hari Merdeka, was celebrated in Malaysia today, Aug.and Google added to the celebration with a...

  7. Google–British Library Partnership to Digitize 250,000 Books

    As described by the British Library in their press release, initial works will vary greatly, "from feminist pamphlets about Queen Marie-Antoinette (1791), to the invention of the first combustion engine-driven submarine (1858), and an account of a...