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  1. Should You Syndicate Your Blog to Get More Traffic & Leads?

    Reddit: Promote your non-spammy content on the right subreddit. Some of the strategies marketers use to build traffic include guest blogging. But I'd like to propose another variant which seems to have gotten a bad rap over the years: syndication.

  2. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    The conversation then jumped to Reddit, where Don's "The Perfect Jeans for the Perfect Body" line found its way onto some distasteful memes. Previously, on British Outfitters … Lisa Hughes, British Outfitters' most recent New York hire, was sitting...

  3. Link Building With a Healthy Dose of Marketing: 8 Ways to Solve Problems for Free

    That's precisely what Dinesh Agarwal did when, on Reddit, he asked if there were any small SEO tools people wanted to see built and have free access to. Show of hands: who likes working for free? Let's be honest: no one really likes working for free.

  4. 5 Social Media Advertising Trends to Watch for in 2014

    Reddit, Foursquare, Tumblr and others are already providing self-serve ad campaigns. That's not to say that SEM has stagnated and development has stopped – it hasn't (enhanced campaigns anyone? The point is that 2013 has seen more changes and big...

  5. Goodbye, Video Responses: YouTube Giveth and YouTube Taketh Away

    Until recently, all you would see was the Facebook, Twitter, and Google+ buttons – and a "More" option that would display buttons for Orkut, Tumblr, Blogger, MySpace, Reddit, LinkedIn, and Pinterest if you clicked on it.

  6. Need a Timer? Use Google

    It is unknown how long it has been available for, but it seems to have been first pointed out on Reddit last week. Google has a new fun tool built within their search. If you ever need a quick timer for something, grabbing your phone or a regular...

  7. Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft Urge 'Greater Transparency' in PRISM Letter

    Firms including Google, Yahoo, Facebook, Microsoft, Mozilla, Apple, and Reddit have put their names to the letter, and Yahoo has provided a copy of the letter (PDF). Several high-profile technology companies have co-signed a letter that asks...