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Bing Tagged Pages – Tag Yourself or Your Facebook Friends

Almost a year ago now, I wrote a post about Bing’s “Linked pages.”  Basically, you could go to a page on Bing where they would bring up pages about your name or brand and you could “claim” them.  It was just a way for Bing to see what you were responsible for online and for […]

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News from Google, Mashable, and more…

There’s a lot going on as I’m writing this post, so I thought I’d just share it all.  Some of it came from Google Communities, so there’s another good reason to join. There are always new things happening on the Web. Let’s go! Google Introduces Data Highlighter This is for folks who aren’t really into […]

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Which Test Won? Do You Care?

I’m a fan of Which Test Won emails, which are sent out every Tuesday from Ann Holland’s Ventures, Inc. Each week, the email asks you to test your marketing brain on an A/B split test. One small change is made to a website and you have to see if you can guess which version of […]

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Christmas Goes Social Media

Do you know about Vocus? It’s the marketing and marketing software company that owns PRWeb. Now, I understand that PRWeb is expensive, if you want to put out a press release, but if you want the biggest bang for your buck, it’s still the best press release directory online. But Vocus is into more than […]

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Tynt Got a Facelift

One site that is really amazing for making sure your contributions to other people’s blogs are attributed is Tynt. I’ve been a member there almost since it opened and have loved the fact that it not only places a link to my blog on the attribution, but it tracks how many people lift what, how […]

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Pew Study: Social Media Demographics

Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project came out with its latest social network demographics  report last week, and the findings are interesting. Remember a couple of months back when some nitwit said that social media was for YOUNG people? This report totally proves that she’s wr-wr-wroooong. Pew studied six social media services: Pinterest, […]

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Facebook Ads Intel Arrives at SEMRush

I had to bump another post to tell you about this because it’s so awesome! You already know that I like SEMRush because I write about new things they’re doing over there on a pretty regular basis. They’re continually adding new features to the SEMRush pro membership to give you a leg up on the […]

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