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  1. Panda 4.0 Help: Google Clarifies Tremors, 3 Analogies for Diagnosing Hits

    So I asked John Mueller on Google+ and he had an interesting reply (and one that makes a lot of sense). Panda 4.0 rolled out six weeks ago and we’ve learned a lot since then. I provided initial P4.0 findings on my blog, which covered the power of...

  2. 130 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Local Search Automation Tool

    Reply to comments from a location's network? Performing well in local search depends on many different tactics, so finding a partner with tools and technology to help you manage them all is critical for regional-local and national-local organizations.

  3. 5 Brilliant Ways to Use #Hashtags in Social Media Marketing

    When compared to Tweets without a hashtag, tweets with hashtags showed 12 percent more engagement (RT, favorite or @ reply). Out of the 34,707 regular tweets (tweets that don't include an @ reply or a retweet) that the Interbrand 100 companies...

  4. 7 Reasons Your Blog Sucks & How to Fix It

    Even if you don’t reply right away, set aside some time to read and respond to comments. If you’re not publishing informative, engaging content or you’re constantly pimping your company more than offering value to your readers, it probably does.

  5. Marketers Talk Hummingbird, '(Not Provided)' & More Ahead of SES Chicago 2013

    I would say this means we would need to reply more on Webmaster Tools and also on actual conversion data. This will be the first time that this many Meetup Groups of marketing professionals, brand advertisers, agencies, and business leaders from...

  6. Google Keyword Data Goes Missing Again, This Time From Webmaster Tools

    We are still awaiting a reply. Encrypted search has been hard on SEO professionals and marketers. For two years, we've been hit with keywords "(not provided)" in Google Analytics. While the keyword data was still available in Google Webmaster Tools...

  7. Google in 1998: New Easter Egg Takes You Back in Time

    Other things you could do would ask Google [do a barrel roll] to which it would reply not with an answer, but with your screen spinning round and round. To celebrate its 15th birthday, Google decided to share a neat Easter egg showing how Google...