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Davor Bomeštar
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Growth of Web Marketing Fields

Using some LinkedIn data, I tracked the growth of various fields/skills over the past 14 months: http://bit.ly/13O3R4E
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Google appears to have quietly put an end to a long-running trial that added a "quick view" option next to mobile search results from select websites. http://selnd.com/1aliIXS
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Bing Showing Authorship Like Google

It seems like Bing is not only showing the knowledge graph like details about people on the right, which they have done for a while. But also they are showing image thumbnails of the author's picture for that specific snippet.

Whoa! This is new. Authorship snippets on Bing. They look the same but it seems like they're getting them via the knowledge graph (aka entities). I'm doing some due diligence and research this morning.

#seo   #authorship   #bing  
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A recent Nielsen survey of 28,000 consumers highlighted that social media is an interesting trend in consumers' purchasing behavior.

How often do you go to a product's Facebook page to leave recommendations/complaints? Let us know in the comments!
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We're working on a spam research project here at SEOmoz with the eventual goal of classifying, identifying and removing/limiting link juice passed from sites/pages we're pretty sure Google would call webspam. A score (or scores) of some kind would (eventually, assuming the project goes well) be included in Mozscape/OSE showing the spamminess of inlinks/outlinks.

We're certainly not going to be as good at it or as scaled as Google (and thus our algorithms will be relatively conservative and focused on only the most obvious and manipulative forms), but it's making for interesting research already.

Some of our team members, though, do have concerns about whether SEOs will be angry that we're "exposing" spam. My feeling is that it's better to have the knowledge out there (and that anything we can catch, Google/Bing can surely better catch and discount) then to keep it hidden. I'm also hopeful this can help a lot of marketers who are trying to decide whether to acquire certain links or who have to dig themselves out of a penalty (or reverse what might have caused it).

Would love your thoughts/feedback! Obviously, this is at the very early stages, but want to make sure we consider all the perspectives.
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Should I reply to all incoming tweets? How many followers is a good number to have? How often should I tweet?

Hope this is helpful to small biz owners just getting started with Twitter.

Suspect my marketing friends/peers will disagree with some replies. :-)
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