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New YouTube Changes December 2012: A More Personalized Experience

 Back in July of this year, we highlighted a few YouTube Analytics changes. Like most Google products, though, YouTube is ever-evolving, so we’re back with more recent YouTube updates that may impact your video-viewing experience. If you haven’t had a chance to explore the new features or just want a quick overview, keep reading. According […]

Bing's 'Disavow Links' Tool Makes it Easier to Cut Ties

 Even if you didn’t mean to build bad links, that doesn’t mean there aren’t any out there affecting your site. For example, you may have innocently tried out some questionable services in the past that now haunt your dreams. Or, if your competitors are particularly mean, they might just be out there building horrible backlinks […]

Don't Stop Believin' (That Google Places Has Potential)

 Dear Google Places, This isn’t working out. You’re unpredictable, inflexible, and sneaky, but lately, I find myself spending more time with you than ever. I can’t stand that you’re such an important fixture in my life, but to be honest, I’d be lost without you. I wish that you would stop going behind my back […]

Google Now In Legitimate Trouble over Trademarks

 Recently I was able to get my hands on the Rosetta Stone LTD v. Google, Incorporated ruling from the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals.  If you can get through the legalese and have an interest in paid search, it’s fascinating – particularly because it could have huge implications on Google AdWords advertisers. The Found […]

Google Places Best Ever Ratings: Do They Matter?

 Have you heard of the “Best Ever” medal for businesses on Google Places? Surely you must have, since it was introduced almost 8 months ago. It’s a great concept, really. In case you didn’t know, you have 10 “Best Ever” medals to award to your most beloved places, from your favorite coffee shop to your […]

New Hampshire Republican Primary: A Look at Candidate AdWords Campaigns

 With all the news coverage of the Iowa primary yesterday, I thought I’d pull up and share some very quick information about how Republican candidates are using Google AdWords (as a proxy for search engine marketing and internet marketing in general) right now in the next stop on the trail: New Hampshire. Again, this is […]

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