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    • #smm 101: how to leverage twitter for your clients by @esornoso
      Although many online marketers see Facebook as the be-all and end-all of social media marketing, it is important to remember that Twitter is considered a more dynamic and flexible platform for brand promotion. Businesses and brands haven't even scraped the surface of Twitter's true potential. There's a lack of information about Twitter advertising, so I wanted to a few methods that produce solid results."
    • Through the google lens: search trends february 20-26
      If you're the kind of person who loves the Internet when it's at its most Internet-ty, you had a good week. From llamas to retro cartoons to that darn dress, here's a look at the past week in search: Internet gold Is it white and gold? Or blue and black? That's the question that had everyone searching, tweeting and generally freaking out Thursday after a Tumblr user posted a photo of a dress that seemed to appear different colors to different people."
    • This month in #contentmarketing: february 2015 by @dantosz
      What happened in #ContentMarketing world during the month of February? Let's take a look. The post This Month in #ContentMarketing: February 2015 by @dantosz appeared first on Search Engine Journal ."
    • Rethinking office space
      Not the sexiest title for a blog post, I know. But as we've inhabited a variety of workplaces"including a garage in Menlo Park, a farmhouse in Denmark and an entire New York city block"we've learned something about what makes an office space great. And we're excited to put that into practice, starting here at our home in Mountain View."
    • 5 steps to ace #mobile app marketing by @dholakiyapratik
      Apps have been around for much longer than most of us realize. The first apps made their appearance in the 1990's via PDAs like the Psion and the Palm Pilot. The years that followed saw apps that ran on Java, Symbian, Brew, Bada, and more. Apps as we know them today made their debut in 2008 with the launch of Apple's App Store shortly followed by the launch of the Android Market by Google. Today, app development is a full-fledged career option with 627,"
    • Google adds mobile-friendliness and indexed apps as ranking factors
      The tech giant will surface mobile-friendly information and content from indexed apps more prominently in its search results."
    • Italy imposes conditions on google, china to start censoring internet usernames from 1 march
      27 February 2015 - Global Marketing News Italy imposes conditions on Google Google has agreed to several conditions imposed by Italian privacy regulators in the wake of investigations following the merging of its 70 different privacy polices into one. Google will now be subjected to spot checks by Italian privacy regulators at its US headquarters, and must give Italian users the option to opt-out of targeted advertising."
    • How to optimize images for seo by @michielheijmans
      If you are a blogger or write articles for an online magazine or newspaper, you likely encounter this question on a daily basis: Should I add an image to my article? The answer is "Yes". Images make an article more vivid and can actually contribute to improving the SEO for your article. In this post, I'd like to explain the steps that should be taken to fully optimize an image for SEO. Use Images Images, when added with a certain consideration,"
    • 5 ways to increase organic reach on facebook by @beymour
      Facebook isn't the gravy train it used to be, and here's why. The post 5 Ways to Increase Organic Reach on Facebook by @beymour appeared first on Search Engine Journal ."
    • The formula for successful newsjacking
      Capitalizing on news that's already out there can help you earn links back to your website - if you know how to do it effectively."
    • Social media and search with two generation z'ers #marketingnerds by @wonderwall7
      A high schooler and a college student sit down with Search Engine Journal to talk about all things digital. The post Social Media and Search With Two Generation Z'ers #MarketingNerds by @wonderwall7 appeared first on Search Engine Journal ."
    • Online marketing news: facebook's ad grade, google testing label for slow sites, youtube tightens up
      New Research Shows 95% Use Customer Reviews - PowerReviews set out to look deeper at how ratings and reviews are impacting decision making. They surveyed 800 Americans to find out what they thought about ratings and reviews. Check out the interesting stats they found in the infographic above. Socialnomics Pinterest Was the Fastest-Growing Social Network in 2014 - Pinterest recorded the biggest percentage rise in active users of every major social network in 2014,"
    • My favorite 5 analytics dashboards - whiteboard friday
      Posted by KitsapKing Finding effective ways of organizing your analytics dashboards is quite a bit easier if you can get a sense for what has worked for others. To that end, in today's Whiteboard Friday the founder of Sixth Man Marketing, Ed Reese, shares his five favorite approaches. For reference, here's a still of this week's whiteboard! Video transcription Hi, I'm Ed Reese with Sixth Man Marketing and Local U . Welcome to this edition of Whiteboard Friday."
    • Responsive design for mobile seo
      Why Is Mobile So Important? If you look just at your revenue numbers as a publisher, it is easy to believe mobile is of limited importance. In our last post I mentioned an AdAge article highlighting how the New York Times was generating over half their traffic from mobile with it accounting for about 10% of their online ad revenues. Large ad networks (Google, Bing, Facebook, Twitter, Yahoo!, etc."
    • Mobile search spend share continues to climb
      Recent eMarketer research found that mobile search spend is growing exponentially with no end in sight, even more so than they previously reported."
    • Does yelp really matter?
      In a search marketing world that is dictated by Google, should businesses care about getting Yelp reviews?"
    • Brands look to boost conversions with google shopping campaigns
      Google's local inventory ads, which recently opened up to all advertisers, allow brands like Macy's and PetSmart to make in-stores sales from their search ads on both desktop and mobile."
    • Thank you, reddit. your efforts led to an history fcc ruling and this note from the president of the united states
      Today's FCC ruling was historic. You thought defeating SOPA & PIPA was a feat? This time the internet rallied to create something that would protect our open internet. Eight months ago, a redditor named TheArmedGamer posted a link to the /r/technology community saying: "Reddit, there are only 45,000 comments on the FCC's proposed anti-Net Neutrality rules. Let's fix that." They set off a cascade of comments, millions of them, that ended up setting a record for the FCC ."
    • Is this the peak of podcasting? [sponsored] by @lauracruzspeaks
      This is a sponsored post, the data mining of which was done by the SimilarWeb team, using the SimilarWeb PRO platform. I mentioned to someone in conversation last week that I was interested in starting a podcast. Their reaction was, "Does anyone still listen to those?" Personally, I like to listen to podcasts, and there are a wide range of interesting industry shows out there. Yet, I had some questions: Is podcasting a viable form of marketing?"
    • Google to use mobile usability as a ranking factor in mobile search results by @mattsouthern
      Google dropped a major announcement today stating that, as of April 21st, the search giant will be extending the use of mobile-friendliness as a ranking signal throughout mobile search results. This change will affect worldwide mobile search results in all languages, and Google says it will have a "significant" impact. This marks Google's much anticipated step towards delivering primarily mobile-friendly sites in mobile search. If you follow Google changes closely,"