Monthly Archives: June 2013


Branded Videos Shared More Than 500,000 Times Every 24 Hours

June 27, 2013 No Comments

Recent research from the Unruly Social Video Lab has found there is a huge appetite for branded videos on the web. Unruly currently tracks 506,976 “shares” of online video ads every 24 hours.

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It’s Official: Google Buys Waze, Giving A Social Data Boost To Its Location And Mapping Business

June 25, 2013 No Comments

After months of speculation, the fate of Waze, the social-mapping-location-data startup, is finally decided: Google is buying the company, giving the search giant a social boost to its already-strong mapping and mobile businesses. Although speculation has had it at $ 1 billion, so far there is no price on the deal. It’s a doubly strategic move.

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Egobait: How to Get Links & Exposure in a Variety of Verticals

June 24, 2013 No Comments

Egobait exists for one main purpose: to increase visibility (which will hopefully generate links). Designed to appeal to the ego of an influencer, it’s a concept that has some negative connotations, due to the whole “ego” bit.

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8 Advanced Display Network Tactics – New Webinar!

June 24, 2013 No Comments

Whether you’re already advertising on display networks or wondering where to start, there are plenty of advanced techniques that you need to know about right away if you want to get the most out of your display network campaigns.

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14 Essential SEO Conferences and How Attending Each One Helps Your Business by @jaysondemers

June 23, 2013 No Comments

Conferences play a disproportionately large role in internet marketing in general and SEO specifically. The main for this is that it’s a fairly small industry, so connections and networking matter more than most. Attending conferences is a great way to get in front of potential clients and industry peers to share your services and develop mutually-beneficial relationships.

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Big Tech | A Primer on the Kremlinology of Apple’s Big Conference

June 20, 2013 No Comments

 On March 7, 2012, Apple unveiled the third version of its iPad tablet at a press event in San Francisco. Not long after, I was talking to a friend in the tech press who wondered if the event hadn’t signaled the decline of Scott Forstall, who was conspicuously missing from the event stage even though he ostensibly oversaw the operating system that ran the iPad. Forstall’s reported protector at Apple, co-founder Steve Jobs, had died five months earlier. Still, I thought my friend was being a little paranoid.

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Where is the Old Version of Google Analytics Reports?

June 19, 2013 No Comments

Google Analytics recently switched all accounts to the new reporting interface. Earlier there used to be a link on top right hand corner to switch between old version and new version but that link is no longer there.

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7 Unusual Link Building Tactics for Ecommerce Sites by @DholakiyaPratik

June 18, 2013 No Comments

There’s no denying it: link building is hard, especially for Ecommerce sites. It takes a unique approach to find the hard links and pull ahead of your competitors. That’s why we’ve compiled seven creative tactics for attracting and building links that don’t get mentioned all too often, but are very powerful.

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Yelp Updates Its Nearby Tab To Tell Users What’s, Ummm, Nearby

June 18, 2013 No Comments

First, a confession. I don’t use Yelp. It’s not because there is anything wrong with it, it’s just that I am not the right demographic. I am not an urban dweller who is constantly on the lookout for something to do. As a result, reviews of places don’t apply to me in most cases.

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After Closing $3 Million Series A, Qwaya Wants To Help SMEs Get Down With Facebook Ads

June 17, 2013 No Comments

It’s often said that if you’re not on Facebook you don’t exist, so dominant in our social lives has the uber-social network become. And so it wouldn’t be surprising to learn that businesses — big and small – may feel the same way. Hoping to cash in on the rise of Facebook advertising is Stockholm-based Qwaya, which offers a cloud-based tool for SMEs to create, publish and measure the effectiveness of Facebook ad campaigns.

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