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  1. Top 10 Skills That Separate Real UX Designers from Wannabes

    I'm sure to get some hate mail for this, but I stand by my statements and challenge anyone to prove me wrong. Good UX designers have backgrounds in many disciplines, and though most wannabe UX designers do come from graphic design and Web...

  2. Yahoo Retires Less Popular Products to Make Room for New Innovation

    Xobni: As we announced in July 2013, although we are shutting down Xobni.com and the Smartr Product Suite today, July 2, we have incorporated many Xobni-like features into Yahoo Mail (like compose auto-suggest and people-centric mail search) and...

  3. A 5-Step Action Plan for Influencer Marketing & 9 Expert Tips to Get You Started

    Influencer marketing isn't direct mail 2.0. To be influential on the social web means you produce and share content that gets people excited about specific things. The leading brands and agencies have understood influence isn't about megaphones and...

  4. Google Blocks Child Abuse Images on 100,000 Search Terms

    In a piece written for the Daily Mail, Google's executive chairman Eric Schmidt insisted his firm had listened to the government, and has added 200 people to its books dedicated to finding and removing images of child abuse.

  5. Recovering from Penalties, Penguin, and Panda

    Get contact info through social, email, or snail mail. Select directories are OK for a site to be listed within, like Yahoo, Best of the Web, and DMOZ. Google has sent web publishers into a tailspin with Pandas, Penguins and penalties.

  6. Integrating Owned, Earned & Paid Media For Better SEO

    Since most marketers have not fully mastered SEO, they miss this opportunity and often result to direct mail, media campaigns, paid search or other costly programs. We are led to believe that the prolific a brand's reach and engagement is on the...

  7. What Percentage of Brands Actually Use Google+ Authorship? [Analysis]

    Daily Mail (UK) The brands which were using authorship markup included TechCrunch, The Next Web, Engadget, and Wired. Within the search industry we are all aware that Google are heavily promoting Google+ and the usage of Google authorship.