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New Concept Of Facebook Photos

July 31, 2012 0 Comments
New Concept Of Facebook Photos

Random change is always in Facebook which its identity. And this identity and annoying millions of users in the process. Well, not this time. This time, they got it right. Way to change of Facebook photos is the new concept which is just announced by Facebook. Photos are now can be displayed large and it’s […]

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Skype Is Only In Chat

July 30, 2012 0 Comments
Skype Is Only In Chat

We brought you word earlier this week that some people think Skype is beginning to spy on people who use the service. The switch to dedicated servers instead of P2P would make it easier for the folks at Skype to store chat logs and audio records. Microsoft wouldn’t say if they were spying or not, […]

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Sponsored Results on Facebook’s Search Box

July 25, 2012 0 Comments
Sponsored Results on Facebook’s Search Box

Facebook’s search box could become home to a new form of advertising known as Sponsored Results. The ads would appear alongside Facebook’s organic results when users conduct searches for specific pages or places on the social network. No word yet on if or when the ads will launch to a larger audience. Testing began last […]

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Ad Optimization Expert Tips for Lifting of Paid Search CTR and Conversion

July 24, 2012 0 Comments
Ad Optimization Expert Tips for Lifting of Paid Search CTR and Conversion

Ad optimization would be key for lower CPC prices, bigger click-through rates and conversions, as well as a bigger ROI. Even low budget campaigns are to be scalable and have a balance of the big creatives along with ongoing analysis plus optimization. Small and big PPC advertisers both struggle to locate the correct formula for […]

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Copywriting for SEO: Some Pointers

July 18, 2012 0 Comments
Copywriting for SEO: Some Pointers

Many individuals possess ideas on optimizing Web content. And this would be an okay situation, as there are a lot of approaches that do the trick. Methodologies are not put in stone, but for a lot, the tried and true practices made over the years have made lists. The best practices for SEO copywriting, including […]

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24th July Webinar: Something New In Adcenter

July 12, 2012 0 Comments
24th July Webinar: Something New In Adcenter

Learn all about our latest enhancement aimed at raising ROI for search advertisers We take search seriously, and you don’t have to look hard for the answer—according to comScore, Yahoo! Search and Bing reach 154 million unique searchers who key in 5.6 billion searches a month. We’re always pushing for new ways to improve their […]

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Social Recommendations Now Shows on Google +1 Button

July 11, 2012 0 Comments
Social Recommendations Now Shows on Google +1 Button

Google has released an updated version of the +1 button that displays social recommendations for other content on the same site when a user mouses over the button. Developers and web publishers don’t need to update their code, as the update went out automatically to all active buttons. Users needn’t be signed in to a […]

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Making Good Content While Avoiding Controversy

July 10, 2012 0 Comments
Making Good Content While Avoiding Controversy

The inbound link would be a big piece of optimization. Much so that the bloggers and businesses you do not care how you acquire the links. That’s why you often locate deliberately contentious headlines similar to the SEO is Dead rant. Ultimately, it would be the quality of the content that would make long-term SEO […]

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PPC Campaign Missteps

July 9, 2012 0 Comments
PPC Campaign Missteps

PPC advertising would be a notable mechanism for making new customers. It would be, however, something ripe with trip wires, snares, plus third rails. Below would be the top 10 common PPC campaign mistakes that stop companies from finding a pot of gold. 1. Not Utilizing Geographical Targeting: Whether you would be an international conglomerate […]

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Little Bit Importance Of Nofollow Links

July 6, 2012 0 Comments
Little Bit Importance Of Nofollow Links

Google’s Matt Cutts recently de-emphsized the important of social signals in search, compared to links. Search Marketing Expo uploaded a new video to YouTube, featuring a discussion between Cutts and moderator Danny Sullivan, in which he talks about the notion that social signals have replaced links. In short, while social signals may gain power in […]

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