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  1. How to Hire (and Keep) Digital Marketing Talent in 2014

    Everyone and their brother has hung a social media shingle, including unworthy PR firms," said aimClear CEO Marty Weintraub, who has specialized in digital marketing since 2006. PR and marketing firms are morphing into digital marketing experts...

  2. 20:20 Vision: 20 Brands Share Insights on 20 Topics – Earned Media, Search & Social

    They are spending more and more time on "who we are" and not just "what we sell," giving their firms a new degree of social intelligence. Software/Technology, Financial Services and Real Estate lead mobile traffic:These industries experienced...

  3. Ripoff Report Launches Verified, a New Program to Shield Businesses From Negative Reviews

    SEO professionals, reputation management firms, or anyone who has any experience in how Ripoff Report works, knows how hard it is to prevent bad reviews on Ripoff Report from showing up on Google. Forbes recently published an article on Ripoff...

  4. Rise of the New School SEO Professional

    Outside SEO firms have little stake in existing internal power structures or technical platforms or approaches. Brands need SEO firms to keep them abreast of the changing landscape, to drive results, and to give them the unbiased advice they need.

  5. SEO & Keywords: Think Conversions, Not Rankings

    SEO firms of all sizes face challenges with selling, delivering, and ultimately demonstrating results of services to end clients. Search marketing firms have an opportunity to evolve their sales, delivery and reporting practices to differentiate...

  6. Evolving Your SEO: Moving Toward a Content Marketing Approach

    Many firms seem to be stuck at this phase, getting better and better at traditional SEO just as it’s losing relevance. Some of the best thought leadership and strategy firms have been using this approach successfully for years – they come up with a...

  7. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    Sure Google, PayPal and Equifax were federally credentialed Identity Providers (IdPs) and there were governing bodies, massive government involvement and private firms all chomping at the proverbial bit.