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    • How empathy maps help you speak directly to the hearts of your audience
      As we enter the conclusion of our three-part series on content strategy, you should already know what your audience believes about the world and have a narrative mapped out that will allow you to confirm your audience's worldviews. Now it's time to explain the final piece of the content strategy puzzle. This piece creates an emotional connection between you and your audience. It's a component that makes your audience think: "Hey, they get me. They understand me."
    • 6 ways to prepare your b2b ppc account for the holidays
      Sure, Q4 is a good time for B2B PPC managers to take a vacation, but there is still much work to be done during the holidays."
    • Socrata unlocks government data for the public using google maps gallery
      Posted by Kalin, Director of Open Data, Socrata Editor's note: Today's guest blogger is Ian Kalin, Director of Open Data at Socrata , a provider of cloud-based software that helps public sector organizations increase transparency, improve citizen service and make data-driven decisions. Ian is a former U.S. Navy Officer and White House Presidential Innovation Fellow who led open data projects for the U.S. Department of Energy."
    • The importance of initial research prior to link development
      Even if you can take just a day or so to really do some research before you start trying to generate links, it's incredibly beneficial."
    • How gmail defeated 10 famous bloggers by @imlukeguy
      Gmail is affecting everyone's open rates, including famous bloggers. I recently performed a case study that shows some staggering statistics based on 17 bloggers. Ten of these bloggers didn't survive, and I'll show you why. As we all know, email marketing determines the life of any blog these days. Unless you are best friends with Google, the chances of high traffic at first is slim. You would be like Batman without his utility belt if the email list didn't exist!"
    • Launched: bing ads blog in portuguese for brazil
      Im very proud to announce the launch of the Portuguese Bing Ads blog for Brazil . The members of the Brazilian Bing Ads team are very pleased to welcome you. Via the blog we want to help you with tips and relevant information so that your campaigns can progressively generate better results for your business and contribute to you achieving your goals, always ensuring a better ROI. Through our blog we will share the latest major news about Bing Ads in our market,"
    • More than keywords: 7 concepts of advanced on-page seo
      Posted by Cyrus-Shepard "What is this page about?" As marketers, helping search engines answer that basic question is one of our most important tasks. Search engines can't read pages like humans can, so we incorporate structure and clues as to what our content means . This helps provide the relevance element of search engine optimization that matches queries to useful results."
    • Radiology in the cloud
      Posted by Dr. Naoyuki Kitamura, CEO, Japan's Medical Network Systems Inc. Cross-posted on the Google Cloud Platform blog Japan faces a critical shortage of radiologists. Although major hospitals are well equipped to conduct scans, the scarcity of experts to read them and give patients their diagnoses means that people, especially those in rural areas, often have to wait a long time to discover their results."
    • Snapchat to users 'this is going to feel a little weird'
      Snapchat launched their first in-app ad today and with it came the all-to-familiar, we hope this will save us, apology. This one might be my all-time favorite: This weekend we're placing an advertisement in "Recent Updates" for Snapchatters in the United States. It's the first time we've done anything like this because it's the first time we've been paid to put content in that space. It's going to feel a little weird at first, but we're taking the plunge."
    • Tv viewers would rather skim social media than watch tv commercials
      How many of you simple watch TV while you're watching TV? Show of hands. That looks about right. The Second Annual TiVo Multitasking and Social TV Survey says that more than half of the people they studied multitask while watching TV. That's a huge increase over last year's 36%. If you're a TV producer, don't worry. 47% said that even though they're doing other things at the same time, their primary focus is on the television. . . or so they say."
    • [#sesdenver] could google+ be the future of seo?
      At SES Denver, Merry Morud and Cindy Krum explained that as Hummingbird places more importance on social signals for ranking, Google Plus could be the key to boosting SEO rankings."
    • Google to fight piracy by modifying search algorithms
      Google has updated its search engine algorithms in an attempt to restrict piracy websites appearing high in its search rankings."
    • Google's profits decline as it spends heavily in q3
      The company's earnings slip 5 percent as Google ups its spending."
    • Usability improvements for change history are now live in bing ads
      We are pleased to let you know that we're continuing to invest in making usability enhancements in the Change History user interface (UI). If you have not used Change History before, it's a great tool to better understand how your changes impacted your campaign performance. To learn more about Change History please go to this Help article , or read about the last update in this blog post . Whats New? 1."
    • Ima sdk for android beta 9 release
      Today we're announcing Beta 9 of the IMA Android SDK. This release includes important new API changes to support upcoming alternate IMA SDK ad playback. These changes will prevent your app from compiling so you'll need to make a few code updates using the following guide. Required Changes Pause and resume ads with AdsManager Previously, the SDK did not provide a method to pause/resume the current ad. Beta 9 of the SDK introduces AdsManager.pause() and AdsManager."
    • District voices: inside panem with our finest citizens
      Meet District Voices, the latest campaign in our Art, Copy & Code project"where we explore new ways for brands to connect with consumers through experiences that people love, remember and share. District Voices was created in partnership with Lionsgate to promote the upcoming release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1. -Ed. Greetings, Citizens of Panem! The Capitol has joined forces with Google and YouTube to celebrate the proud achievements of our strong,"
    • Creating content your audience craves: an interview with mindy weinstein by @brentcsutoras
      At Pubcon 2014 is Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk to Mindy Weinstein of Bruce Clay Inc. about how to create the type of content your audience craves. Throughout Pubcon, Mindy was part of several expert panels on content creation sharing her unique experiences on creating content in today's demanding online marketplace. One thing that comes up over and over again during Mindy's sessions is her passion for creating content that speaks to people."
    • 7 popular content marketing myths you need to stop following by @neilpatel
      As content marketing gets more popular, people are coming up with their own notions of what everyone should be doing. A lot of these notions are myths, and if you keep following them, you will hurt your traffic. What are the 7 myths you should be avoiding? In this post, not only will I break each one down, but I'll also tell you what you should be doing instead. Here it goes: Myth #1: Everyone Should Have a Blog Having a blog isn't for everyone. Sure,"
    • Existential questions about the future of search
      In the coming years, SEO will more than likely change as search keeps evolving to better meet technological advancements and user behavior."
    • Guest posting best practices from copyblogger's guest post gatekeeper
      Many years ago, when I began developing my personal guest posting strategy , Copyblogger sat atop my "Where I Want to Guest Post" list. Five years later, I achieved my goal. So, how did I spend the time between making my list and May 23, 2013 when my first blog post appeared on Copyblogger? Rigorously practicing my writing , of course. Although I had high hopes of guest posting for Copyblogger during the early stages of my online copy editing business,"