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Advice to get you started with video marketing.
Worried about your budget or what stories to tell? Columnist Michael Litt has some tips to get you on the right path to a successful video marketing plan.
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Interesting reassessment by traditional ad vet after spending five years in the digital realm.
Columnist Peter Minnium isn't afraid to own up to his mistakes in digital advertising. Here's what others can learn from his errors.
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Google's ad chief takes a shot at Facebook's video growth, asking how engaged viewers are when only three seconds is enough to count as a view versus 30 seconds at YouTube.
Google's Sridhar Ramaswamy questions the value of Facebook video give the social network's three-second standard for a view.
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+vinay moharil That stinks! :-(
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Google+ has killed the Ripples feature, which I used to love. But honestly, I rarely used it. So, pull the plug because why maintain something that maybe others didn't use much, to keep Google+ simple? Or a sign that Google+ won't be growing new features and, in fact, is pulling back on them?
Shutting down post-level analytics could be an indication of further dismantling of Google+ or it could be a sign that it's simplifying the experience.
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The whole point of Collections is to let followers decide what to see in their stream. You're losing credibility fast, +Danny Sullivan​
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Mobilegeddon turned out to be far less the shake-up than some expected.
Despite the dramatic warnings, Google's mobile-friendly update turned out to be a non-event. Columnist Mark Munroe looks at what happened and how it might impact SEO into the future.
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+Mark Traphagen+Danny Sullivan​ We did a study showing a significant difference: http://www.s360.dk/googles-mobile-update-data-from-4-weeks-out/
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Pinterest will be going big on ads this summer, including new video ads.
After a measured roll-out of Promoted Pins, the social bookmarking network aims to give marketers full-funnel advertising solutions in the coming months.
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Confused about app indexing & linking from Google, Bing & Facebook? Here's a guide I just created.
App indexing, app links, app linking and deep links are all terms used for various efforts designed to allow people to move between search results and apps, or between apps to apps, in the same way they move between web pages. Google App Indexing lets people to click from listings in Google’s search results into apps on their Android smartphones and tablets. To learn more about it, see our Google App Indexing category on our sister-site Search En...
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Get your brand in the first three seconds of video you do to ensure it gets recognized.
75 percent of viewers need at least 3 seconds to recognize the brand or product being advertised.
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As we suspected, what people were saying about places across the web rather than some type of hack attack is responsible for those racist listings in Google Maps. Now Google will police them by using its Googlebomb fighting technology to filter listings in maps. My story covering this in depth.
Crowdsourcing the entire web goes bad with Google Maps, causing many locations to be relevant for slurs and derogatory words. Google promises a fix is on the way.
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Tech brands that are tops, when it comes to social media, in terms of followers.
Which tech companies and brands are tops on social media? YouTube, Samsung, Apple and -- surprise! -- BlackBerry are the leaders. To compile this list and
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Google's mapping woes continue. But it might not be overt map spam but rather a consequence of how Google's "Pigeon" update effectively expanded the crowdsourcing of place descriptions. 
Once again, Google Maps is in the news for inappropriate listings. However, it might not be overt hacking to blame but instead crowdsourcing that's not properly filtered.
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+Ryan Markham yeah I kinda gave up on Google Maps in Vietnam but also in Greece...
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Apple's surveying Apple Watch users about their new devices, suggestion it's not even certain what they're using them for the most.
Canadapanda / Shutterstock.com Apple's Steve Jobs famously didn't like or use focus groups. He was quoted in a BusinessWeek interview saying, “A lot of tim
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They're using them to say they have them. That's it.
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Founding Editor, Marketing Land & Search Engine Land, covering Google, Facebook, Twitter, SEO, SEM & all things digital marketing, search marketing and search.
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Widely considered a leading "search engine guru," Danny Sullivan has been helping webmasters, marketers and everyday web users understand how search engines work for over a decade.

Danny's expertise about search engines is often sought by the media, and he has been quoted in places like The Wall St. Journal, USA Today, The Los Angeles Times, Forbes, The New Yorker and Newsweek and ABC's Nightline.

Danny began covering search engines in late 1995, when he undertook a study of how they indexed web pages. The results were published online as "A Webmaster's Guide To Search Engines," a pioneering effort to answer the many questions site designers and Internet publicists had about search engines.

Danny currently works as the founding editor of Search Engine Land and Marketing Land, which cover all aspects of digital marketing, search marketing and search engine news. Danny also serves as chief content officer of Third Door Media, which owns Search Engine Land, Marketing Land, Digital Marketing Depot and the SMX: Search Marketing Expo conference series. Danny also maintains a personal blog called Daggle and writes CNET's Common Sense Tech column.

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Great tacos and more. Enough said. This is the original that gave birth to other Chronics around Southern California. Pick whatever you want, it'll be great. I go for the fatty tacos or the tostada bowls myself. The store is very small; no seats, and if it's busy, you'll be standing in line for up to 15 minutes to get your food. But the staff will be friendly while you wait, and you'll enjoy what you get.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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I ended up here almost by accident in September 2010. There was a big event at Jericho, where we thought we could pick up guns for our group of newbies, which included me. No such luck. But we saw the sign for No Limits and figured it was a close enough drive. The staff couldn't have been more helpful. They gave us plenty of time, talked through the different options, and we left with guns that have continued to do us fine. No problems, no fails, they're holding up great. I realized that we'd left the rail for one of the guns behind about a week later. I called, and they sent it to us no problem, covering the postage on their end. In April, we were in the area so I headed back to get a pistol. Same thing: really helpful staff. About the only downside is that if the shop is busy, you might have a wait. But compared to my nightmare experience with doing mail order through Airsplat (gun doesn't work, sent back, still doesn't work, sigh), it was nice feeling like here was a place that was going to ensure I had solid equipment. And I do.
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