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  1. How to Detect and Deal With Toxic Content (That Could Poison Your Entire Site)

    It could contain flawed research, or the tone is dull, or it's poorly structured, or maybe it's totally self-promotional. Duplicate Content: One of the quickest ways to spot duplicate content with Screaming Frog is to run a crawl report of your...

  2. Twitter Engagement Study: Top Apps, Content Sources & Profiles Among Search Marketers

    Check out the full report (linked to in the intro) for more data points from Leadtail’s research on how search marketers engage on Twitter. In its latest report, “How Search Marketers Engage on Twitter,” social insights company Leadtail looked at...

  3. Mobile Implementation Errors Cost Sites 68% of Organic Smartphone Traffic [Study]

    For more information on the mobile research coming from BrightEdge, including tips on how to choose and implement a mobile solution, the full report can be accessed here. BrightEdge research showed that no HTTP Vary header was a common mistake...

  4. Videos Dominate Universal Search Results 65% of the Time [Study]

    In its latest research, Searchmetrics studied the universal search results for millions of keywords over the course of one year (2013) to gauge what has recently changed, and how. The research found image integration was showing more frequently in...

  5. Yandex's Sibir Reverse Image Search Technology is Pure Awesome

    The most common situations include authenticity, accurate research, higher photo resolution, copyright infringement, and shopping. Many other companies have done their research into similar technology and all of them are quite good, however it's...

  6. Why Brands Should Provide Content Based on Users, Not Just Their Mobile Device

    Due to the larger screen size, tablets are preferred over smartphones for performing research and lean back activities, such as reading and watching videos. This research is most likely performed on a tablet or desktop in a home environment.

  7. 60% of Consumers Use Mobile Exclusively to Make Purchase Decisions [Study]

    Up to 60 percent of consumers used mobile exclusively to make a purchase decision in the categories of telecom, restaurants, auto, and entertainment, according to the latest research from xAd and Telmetrics in the third annual Mobile Path-to...