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Rogerwilco's Weekly SEO Roundup (Week 7) - Google Authorship is finally dead and buried, at least that is how Forbes contributor TJ McCue put it, in a post published last week, following Google’s announcement that its Authorship experiment has run its course. http://ow.ly/2OTeEm

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2Stroke's Weekly SEO Roundup (Week 6) - Week 6. Millions of searches stream into Google everyday as people try to meet their informational and situational needs. But those searches don’t disappear after the searches. They provide Google with some very interesting and useful information in return. For instance, they tell Google what people are interested in real time – right at this moment. http://ow.ly/2OihAl

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2Stroke's Weekly SEO Roundup (week 5) - Week 4. http://ow.ly/2Nqft7

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2Stroke's Weekly SEO Roundup (week 4) - 2Stroke weekly SEO roundup Week 4.   http://ow.ly/2Nbghx

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2Stroke's Weekly SEO Roundup (Week 3) - Week 3. http://ow.ly/2MEpQW

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2Stroke's Weekly SEO Roundup - Week 2. http://ow.ly/2MpffX

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SEO Roundup Week 2 - 2Stroke weekly SEO roundup Week 2. http://ow.ly/2MfgAc

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2Stroke's Weekly SEO Roundup - Welcome to the weekly 2Stroke SEO roundup. This is the first post of many which will round up the recent developments in the dynamic world of SEO… http://ow.ly/2LPH27

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Global crackdown on media and marketing - Whether National Security Agency (NSA) whistle-blower Edward Snowden had a hand in it or not is debatable, but in the past year there can be little doubt that authorities the world over have begun to flex their muscles in terms of clamping down on media and marketing freedoms. http://ow.ly/2KFNTK

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Understanding the client/media dynamic in the digital age - AS every public relations consultant will tell you, it is a very fine line between the client's needs and those of the media platform to which the specified content is envisaged to appear. This is the very reason that clients need to understand the prevailing relationship between traditional and social media, and how at times this is extremely symbiotic and at others, perenially detrimental. http://ow.ly/2JW9pX
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