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  1. How to Dominate the Entire First Page of Google

    App extensions YouTube PLAs The following properties have the highest likelihood of showing up for brand terms: Wikipedia, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn. In the long-term, monitoring social activity and proactively combating sources of...

  2. Google & NORAD/Microsoft Go Head-to-Head with Competing Santa Trackers

    Both parties have upped their game; NORAD with a new HTML5 website and app, and Google with their games strategy. There is still a Google connection with the NORAD however, as NORAD is still using YouTube for all their official Santa tracking...

  3. The Multi-Platform Majority Has Arrived. Are You Ready?

    If consumers don't make room for your app on their devices, your ability to engage with them on mobile platforms will be significantly limited. While they may have had luxury of efficiently planning out their night on the fly, at least we never had...

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

    There are a few different OAuth authorization styles your developer can use for your app including REST API, Search API, and Streaming API. or hashtag (e.g.video), you can manually retweet by doing some cutting and pasting, so it would look like...

  5. YouTube May Launch a Commercial-Free Music Subscription Service by End of Year

    This is a probable scenario, as YouTube recently announced it would provide offline viewing to its mobile app users starting in November. Rumors are flying this week about the possibility YouTube may launch a subscription-based music streaming...

  6. Gaining Publicity With Social Talk Shows: Google+ Hangouts and Twitter Chats

    Google+ is boasting 359 million active users making it the second largest social network in between the #1 Facebook and #3 Twitter according to unofficial reports via GlobalWebIndex and it is used by 30% of smartphone users between April–June 2013...

  7. SEO in the Age of Apps: Diversifying Your Mobile SEO Strategy

    Google's hegemony in the browser extends here as well – in addition to the main search app, Google owns an additional four out of the top 10 mobile apps on the market (Maps, Play, Gmail, and YouTube) and is taking the lead in moving away from a...