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RSS Feed Readers Seo 101 podcast - episode 224 - june 24th, 2015 - 8 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 20:56:22 GMT by Sarah-Hannah Bedard
Google Says It May Unverify Inactive Local Business Listings if businesses haven't logged in within six months. Plus they discuss syndicated content at the request of a SEO 101 Google+ community member as Ross Dunn and John Carcutt discuss a posted article that explains how you can safely syndicate without screwing up your SEO.This June 24th SEO 101 podcast is available now: This June 24th SEO 101 podcast is available now: listen or download (right click and save).
author: Sarah-Hannah Bedard
publisher: StepForth SEO News

How steve scott makes $30,000 per month publishing kindle books - 9 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 20:36:14 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
Most Authorpreneurs earn their living from speaking gigs, consulting businesses, and other indirect sources. Rarely does one make the vast majority of their income directly from the sale of their books. Steve Scott is different. Steve earns a great living selling digital books on Amazon's Kindle platform ' to the tune of $30,000 per month . With more than 58 titles in his catalog,
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Google earth turns ten and adds two new features - 9 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 20:21:07 GMT by Emily Alford
For its tenth birthday, Google Earth has added two new ways to explore the world: Voyager, which offers 3D city views, and Earth View, a library of Earth's most beautiful places.
author: Emily Alford
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

What it takes to leave the corporate world (and not look back) - 10 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 19:15:46 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
Today's guest on Hack the Entrepreneur is the founder and CEO of Small Business Trends, an award-winning online publication, which offers breaking news and advice for small business owners. She is a former corporate attorney that left that corporate life and founded her own company in 2003. She is considered an authoritative voice on small business issues and has been noted and quoted in respected publications (such as the Wall Street Journal ).
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Videos on facebook: native vs youtube. which wins? by @brentcsutoras - 10 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 18:50:37 GMT by Brent Csutoras
We've heard references eluding to the idea that Facebook was favoring native video uploads vs. third-party video embeds. Here's what we found out. The post Videos on Facebook: Native vs YouTube. Which Wins? by @brentcsutoras appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
author: Brent Csutoras
publisher: Pronet Advertising

7 common mistakes writers make when pitching to editors - 11 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 18:30:29 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
Do you have pet peeves about human interactions? What types of behavior absolutely drive you nuts? You could hate when someone doesn't say "thank you" when you hold a door open for him or become extremely irritated when someone chews gum too loudly. Editors are humans with pet peeves, as well, so if you'd like an editor to review " and possibly publish " your writing, there are certain actions you should avoid. In this 32-minute episode of Editor-in-Chief,
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

Announcing v201506 of the adwords api - 11 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 18:20:27 GMT by Google Ads Developer Advisor
Today we're announcing the release of AdWords API v201506. Here are the highlights: Location extensions within a geographic area is now configurable through the API, which in previous versions was a read-only feature . LocationGroups provides a feedId that is now required when specifying a LocationExtensionOperand in the matching function. Updates to reporting. Gmail Sponsored Promotion stats are now available in reporting. We've added new columns to existing reports,
author: Google Ads Developer Advisor
publisher: AdWords API

Ima html5 rendering - 12 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 17:20:04 GMT by Google Ads Developer Advisor
The HTML5 SDK has two main ways to render ads: what we call "standard" rendering and "custom ad playback." To avoid confusion and to keep you all informed, here's a breakdown of those rendering modes and how the SDK decides which to use. Standard Rendering If you're using the HTML5 SDK you probably have a web page playing your content in a <video> element. In standard rendering,
author: Google Ads Developer Advisor
publisher: AdWords API

Do millennials (really) hate long copy? - 12 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 17:15:01 GMT by Rainmaker.FM
Allow Demian Farnworth to tell you a story. A story that you will probably be able to relate to in some sense. It's about a stout, whiskered man who thinks sound decisions can come only from a cool head. And that copy should always be short. "I would never read this. It's too long." That's a pervasive sentiment that will never die. Demian runs into it all the time, most recently with a young man asking for studies,
author: Rainmaker.FM
publisher: Copyblogger

#seosummit2015 takeaways: the future of seo and beyond by @akiliboon - 13 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 16:34:47 GMT by Aki Libo-on
On June 20th, SEO Hacker hosted SEO Summit 2015, a hacker type SEO conference held in Makati City, Philippines. Here are our #SEOSummit2015 takeaways. The post #SEOSummit2015 Takeaways: The Future of SEO and Beyond by @AkiLiboon appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
author: Aki Libo-on
publisher: Pronet Advertising

Technology giant alibaba sells us ecommerce flop - 13 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 16:04:35 GMT by Cal O'Connell
Global Marketing News - 29th June 2015 Technology giant Alibaba sells US ecommerce flop Alibaba has sold its US-based ecommerce site 11 Main to a key American competitor, highlighting the company's withdrawal from foreign markets as it seeks to solidify its position at home in China. 11 Main was sold to the US ecommerce operator OpenSky last week, in exchange for a 38% stake in OpenSky. At the same time,
author: Cal O'Connell
publisher: Multilingual Search

Google earth turns 10 today - 13 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 16:04:33 GMT by Google Blogs
When Google Earth was first introduced 10 years ago, it immediately stole my heart. Beyond the freedom to fly anywhere in the world, I was captivated by the ability to paint and visualize geographic data on this incredible global canvas. Drawn to datasets backed by real human stories , I started making my own maps with KML a few weeks after Earth's release in 2005. For my master's degree,
author: Google Blogs
publisher: Official Google Blog

12 add-ons when setting up google analytics - 14 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 14:54:10 GMT by Zac Martin
Google Analytics is useful, and it's free, but getting the most out of this tool can be enhanced with the following tips.
author: Zac Martin
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

Keep it simple stupid: a recap of the unbounce conversion road show by @ericvanbuskirk - 15 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 13:53:47 GMT by Eric Van Buskirk
A recap of The Conversion Road Show, put on by the landing page conversion and optimization company Unbounce, in Boston and three other cities. The post Keep It Simple Stupid: A Recap of The Unbounce Conversion Road Show by @ericvanbuskirk appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
author: Eric Van Buskirk
publisher: Search Engine Journal

Launching a new product? these 5 tips will get you the testimonials you need - 16 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 13:18:37 GMT by Demian Farnworth
Take a moment to try this thought experiment ' At what point in your life did you look at your birth certificate to confirm that you were indeed born on the day that your parents said you were born? For most people, the answer is never. You simply took your parents' word. Because you trusted them. Your parents hopefully did a lot of things to help build that trust " like feed and clothe you, teach you lessons, play with you, and protect you.
author: Demian Farnworth
publisher: Copyblogger

New ways to integrate with google classroom - 16 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 13:13:35 GMT by Jane Smith
Posted by Pepper Lebeck-Jobe, Classroom API Tech Lead (Cross-posted on the Google for Education Blog .) Classroom debuted last year to help teachers and students save time and collaborate with each other, and since then we've been working on how to make sure it worked well with other products that educators love and use in their classes. Starting today, developers can embed the Classroom share button and sign up for the developer preview of the Classroom API.
author: Jane Smith
publisher: Google Enterprise

#cmworld infographic: 12 marketing box-office titans share tips for createing blockbuster content marketing - 16 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 12:53:27 GMT by Ashley Zeckman
There's a special kind of magic to behind-the-scenes photos from movie sets. You can see how a team of special effects wizards transforms a toy model into a spaceship hurtling towards an alien planet, or a lifeless doll into a skyscraper-climbing giant gorilla. Knowing how the trick is done somehow makes the finished product even more satisfying. That's especially true if you're a kid with a camera trying to bring your own dreams to the silver screen.
author: Ashley Zeckman
publisher: Online Marketing Blog

Does thumbtack + google ventures = conflict of interest? - 18 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 11:32:57 GMT by Chuck Price
Recently, Thumbtack.com was penalized by Google for violating Webmaster Guidelines. Was the penalty removed because of the site's involvement with Google Ventures?
author: Chuck Price
publisher: Search Engine Watch Blog

5 daily habits guaranteed to give you more links and higher rankings by @neilpatel - 18 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 11:02:45 GMT by Neil Patel
It is possible to build daily habits that guarantee to give your higher ranking and greater marketing success. Here are the habits you should cultivate. The post 5 Daily Habits Guaranteed to Give You More Links and Higher Rankings by @neilpatel appeared first on Search Engine Journal .
author: Neil Patel
publisher: Search Engine Journal

Advanced local seo competition analysis - 23 hours ago
Monday, June 29, 2015, 06:06:00 GMT by Casey_Meraz
Posted by Casey_Meraz Competition in local search is fierce. While it's typical to do some surface level research on your competitors before entering a market, you can go much further down the SEO rabbit hole. In this article we will look at how you can find more competitors, pull their data, and use it to beat them in the search game. Since there are plenty of resources out there on best practices,
author: Casey_Meraz
publisher: SEOmoz

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