How Website SEO Has Changed

“SEO is not what it used to be. You can’t just pop up an ugly website, throw up mediocre content, build a few links and expect to rank well.” Times have changed. Search Engine Optimization (SEO): How to make your website stand out when user’s search for information. SEO has been a changing landscape over…

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Google Reader is Dead, Now What? Many Solutions!

Google Reader is a service that has a large following of users that depend upon it to keep them up-to-date on their favorite websites and blogs — for many years now. Google just announced the death of Google Reader effective July 1, 2013. If you are an avid user, now what? Fortunately, there are many…

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How To Leverage The Power Of Google Plus

“To look at Google Plus today is to look at the Twitter of yesteryear – and that is where our journey begins to understand the value of G+ – and how you can start to leverage it for your business or yourself. I remember joining Twitter in late 2008 and entering a community of acronyms…

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Top 5 Google Analytics Reports for Social Media Marketers

“Ever feel the pressure to prove social media’s value beyond subscriptions counts (Likes and Followers)? If so, you have probably relied on Google Analytics. Recent updates to the platform have made life a little easier on social media marketers. Here’s a rundown of classic and new tasks you can perform in Google Analytics to demonstrate…

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Google Launches Full-Scale Shopping in Search

Google is beginning an experiment to change the way you shop online. When you search for a product, Google will deliver paid listings for shopping options right next to the search results. By searching for a product, you’ve demonstrated a possible intent to buy it, so Google has extended its search results with a department…

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10 New Google Analytics Features You Need to Start Using

Link: 10 New Google Analytics Features You Need to Start Using “Over the past eight months, Google has steadily released one revolutionary new feature after another. In March they announced a new version of Google Analytics … and recently announced that the old version of GA will be turned off in January 2012. If you’re…

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5 cool uses for Google Real-Time Analytics

Link: 5 cool uses for Google Real-Time Analytics “Google Analytics now has this cool, real-time stats dashboard. At first, I thought it was just fluff—something to use up my spare 2 minutes/day. But, it’s really handy. I’ve found five good uses for it so far…” Neat stuff from Ian (@portentint) at Conversation Marketing, h/t @JasonFalls

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What makes Apple’s iCloud different from Google and Amazon services

Link: What makes Apple’s iCloud different from Google and Amazon services “Consumer technology giants are battling to provide the place where you store your files, and Apple is not about to be left out. Apple just unveiled iCloud. The free service lets users synchronize documents, photos and applications between Apple devices over the Internet.” But…

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Say Hello to Google’s New Online Magazine

Link: Say Hello to Google’s New Online Magazine “Google’s has quietly launched its own full-length online magazine, a quarterly publication whose aim is to create a ‘breathing space in a busy world.’” “The first edition of Think Quarterly is a dive into the world of data and its impact on business. The first thing most…

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Google Clarifies Their H.264 Stance, Hands Keys Of Web Video’s Future Back To Flash

Link: Google Clarifies Their H.264 Stance, Hands Keys Of Web Video’s Future Back To Flash “Earlier this week, Google wrote a very short post to announce a big change: they were dropping support for the H.264 codec in Chrome. While they may have tried to whisper it, the post resulted in a shitstorm. As a…

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