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  1. UK Election 2010: Lessons Learned from Watching First Social Media Battle of Britain

    Labour got 8,604,358 votes, 6.2 percent less than it did in 2005. And Liberal Democrats got 6,827,938 votes, 1.0 percent more than it did in 2005. Conservatives ended up getting 10,683,787 votes, 3.8 percent more than they did in 2005.

  2. The New Era of Travel Affiliate Marketing

    By nature, social media is an affiliate platform -- spreading votes of confidence and recommendations by word-of-mouth. While my personal experience with the affiliate world is admittedly limited, the quickly changing landscape of search and social...

  3. Daily SearchCast, June 28, 2006: Digg Goes Beyond Tech; Google Earth & Real-Time Tracking; funny Yahoo-related videos; Google Water & More!

    Digg relies on its 300,000 users to suggest important news stories from sites all over the web, and promotes those that get the most "diggs" (votes) to its front pages, providing a collective view of what web users think are the most important...

  4. The Search Engine Report - March 4, 2003 Number 76

    Out of 1,315 votes, Google received 15 percent, followed by second place Apple with 14 percent, Coca-Cola with 12 percent and Starbucks with 11 percent. Google doesn't need to go public, but the tech industry would be happy if it did, since that...

  5. The Search Engine Report, March 4, 2003, Number 75

    Out of 1,315 votes, Google received 15 percent, followed by second place Apple with 14 percent, Coca-Cola with 12 percent and Starbucks with 11 percent. Google doesn't need to go public, but the tech industry would be happy if it did, since that...