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  1. 5 SEM Spying Strategies You Can Use Today to Generate More Profit

    This post will cover some specific examples from a tool called www.ispionage.com and a few specific examples of how to monetize this data. Here is a good post that lists and reviews competitive analysis and keyword research tools.

  2. Conquering Content Marketing, Step 2: The Content (and Plot) Develops

    We can post videos, do a print and social campaign, and create a positive image for our brand. Look at the difference in trust between the content brands post themselves on social networks (15 percent trusted in the U.S.and consumer-generated...

  3. How Video Site NDN is Driving 500 Million+ Video Views Per Month

    SB: We had strong early adoption by Chicago Sun-Times, Cox, McClatchy and the pre-AOL Huffington Post. In 2012, NDN acquired Mochila, the web's leading syndication marketplace for text and photo. Search Engine Watch (SEW) interviewed Stephen Bach...

  4. Twitter Speak From @ to Z – Terms & Definitions

    Great post! or hashtag (e.g.video), you can manually retweet by doing some cutting and pasting, so it would look like this: "RT @sewatch Top 5 Ways to Optimize Your YouTube Marketing Efforts Using Analytics sewat.ch/HagErW by @purnavirji Great post!

  5. The Role of #Hashtags in Social Media and Search

    One blogger recently ranted in a blog post about how the hashtag is ruining the English Language. If you're using a hashtag for a specific event, be sure to include it on social media profiles, or better yet, on the related website in a post.

  6. Matt Cutts on SEO, PageRank, Spam & the Future of Google Search at Pubcon Las Vegas

    Cutts used the Huffington Post as an example, as they have a huge number of authors, so logically they have many daily posts. He spoke to the convenience for website visitors when you utilize their auto-complete web form annotations, to make it...

  7. Bing It On Challenge Hits London: Bing Still Finds Bing Superior to Google

    According to a Bing UK blog post: We are delighted to announce that in blind tests, using the UK's most popular web searches, more people picked Bing than Google*. Because the tests, which consisted of a sample size of 1,000 people and took place...