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  1. How Buzzman Rewrote the Rules of Fiction to Create Relevant Video Content

    This led Buzzman to also create content around historical moments relevant to the different countries too, such as The French Revolution and Italian Renaissance period. Before the Old Spice guy, there was the Hunter and the Bear who made use of...

  2. Google April Fools' Day Pranks 2012: 8-Bit Maps, Chrome Multitask Mode & More!

    Say hello to the ambinavigation revolution known as Chrome Multitask Mode. The White House and Washington Monument For Google, April Fools' Day is the annual launch day for a slew of gag products and hoax services you’ll likely never see in real life.

  3. The End of Link Building as We've Known and Loved it

    It was a revolution in its time because it provided search engines with a method for identifying the most important web pages for a given topic. Even if you generate all your links in a pure white hat way, through reaching out to site owners and...

  4. Google Doodle Remembers Hungarian Revolution

    The recent African and Middle Eastern revolutionary movements mirror Hungarian history as Google Hungary reminds us in its Doodle today, celebrating the Hungarian Revolution of 1848. However they made a mistake in the order of the colors, deviating...

  5. Vote WHITE: Yahoo's Bastille Day Response to Carl Icahn

    Today on Bastille Day, Yahoo's fighting its own revolution. We strongly urge you to vote your WHITE Proxy Card today for your current Board of Directors. There was no mention of liberte, egalite or fraternite, but Yang could have easily addressed...

  6. Super Bowl SEO: Who Had the Best Organic Gameplan? did receive a lot of display time, but search for “join the revolution” at Google and no Chevys are even in the rear view mirror. This is an annual report put out by Reprise, and they plan to once again make available a full white paper...

  7. Inside the Searcher's Mind: It's a Jungle in Here!

    Revolution May 26 2004 10:09AM GMT A white paper describing Enquiro's research in full, "Inside the Mind of the Searcher," can be found here. In this article, Enquiro president Gord Hotchkiss reports on those findings.