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  1. New York Times to Sell About.com: Google to Blame?

    News of this sale propelled New York Times' stock to $8.57 a share by 4 p.m.the day of the announcement; an increase of 6.1 percent. The signals were there for the New York Times to start cleaning house and this move couldn't have made investors...

  2. Social Retail: Finding, Engaging & Cultivating Today’s Connected Consumer

    With increased social recommendations being at the forefront of information gathering and product/brand discovery, it’s incredibly important that brands are taking advantage of these touch points and creating opportunities for consumers to create...

  3. Pinterest: An Introductory Guide for Marketers

    Users are encouraged to share the prices of items in their pins, by placing a “$” prefix before the price. Post content you own the rights to or share content from others who own the rights. For Etsy store owners, Pinterest has proved to be a boon...

  4. 2010 Search Predictions: The Experts Weigh In

    The bottom line is that when it comes to any vertical search market, you've got to remember that to truly capture consumers you have to play where they play, serve up the content they want - the way they want it, and provide tools that enable...

  5. SearchDay: Oil and Water? SEOs vs. Content Owners

    Continue reading blinkx Seeks to Acquire MIVA for $1.20 Per Share Posted by Nathania Johnson Aug 8, 2008 Online video search engine blinkx has sent a letter to digital advertising company MIVA, seeking to acquire it for $1.20 per share.

  6. SearchDay: PPC Advertising: Art or Science?

    Does Google Analytics Share Data with Google Trends and Ad Planner? People usually put the cart (the links), before the horse (the content). Three Tips for Creating a Successful Blog LINK LOVE Instead of focusing on where to find links, SEOs and...

  7. Paid Search Advertising: Google AdWords, Yahoo Search Marketing & Microsoft adCenter

    Every major search engine with significant market share accepts paid listings. Paid search programs allow site owners to "bid" on the terms they wish to appear for. Google AdWords ranks sponsored listings based on a number of variables including...