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Why You Don’t Need to Freak Out over Google’s (Not Provided)
We all know that SEO is evolving, right? The SEO world is prone to earthquakes, and the ground has been moving a lot lately. One of the late
Why content marketing is a "do-over" for social media - Schaefer Marketi...
Content marketing gives us another chance to re-gain our focus and achieve what social media marketing should have been doing all along.
Google May Have Learned A Lesson From One Of Facebook's Biggest Blunders
Google's plan to attach user photos to ads closely resembled Facebook's ill-fated Sponsored Stories—so far, without the fracas.
Adland's Battle Royale: Agencies Defend Turf As Ad Tech Moves In On Clients
As former allies bypass them and ink deals directly with marketers, shops reposition the value of their technology offerings.
The unprofitable SaaS business model trap by @ASmartBear
Marketo filed for IPO with impressive 80% year-over-year growth in 2012, with almost $60m in revenue. Except, they lost $35m. WTF? go for br
It’s the engagement, stupid: Jim Chisholm says newspapers need to do mor...
Newspapers' declining hold on audience attention began long before the web came along, the Scottish newspaper consultant argues, and tablets
Best Buy ad sparks Canada Day backlash | Marketing Magazine
A new ad from Best Buy has touched a nerve among proud Canadians on social media. The retailer altered its nationally distributed “Canada Da
Classic Marketing Consulting Fail: “What We Got Here is a Failure to Imp...
If you're old enough to remember the classic movie, Cool Hand Luke, there's a moment when a rebellious prisoner played by a young Paul Newma
Google+ Hangouts On Air: broadcast your conversation to the world
Last year we introduced Hangouts On Air to a limited number of broadcasters, enabling them to go live with friends and fans, for all the wor
TechCrunch | Dropbox Sharing Gets Ridiculously Easy With Links
In the words of Dropbox CEO Drew Houston, sharing documents and other files online is "bafflingly, still really difficult." You could argue