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Month: May 2013

Launch: Google’s “Conversational Search” On Chrome

This May Google launched the “Conversational Search” function which is currently available on the newest version of Chrome. This new search function allows you to talk to Google and create a conversation. When you are using Chrome go to the home screen on Google, you will notice a microphone next to the search bar. Click …

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Hootsuite – Worth the Hype!

Managing Social Media networks can be difficult – especially for SEO specialists who are responsible for keeping track of 10+ sites per client. Thankfully, there are free programs and services available online that help to aggregate log-in usernames and passwords from several sites, so webmasters can manage postings across several social media outlets within one …

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Why you need to stay on top of the Spam comments on your blog, site, or forum.

It’s often very easy to ignore all those spam comments that get left on your blog or forum, and If you’re not staying on top of it, a few weeks of inaction can result in hundreds of spam comments. Although most of them are harmless, and for the most part visitors to your page won’t …

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Yahoo acquires Tumblr

Earlier today around 8am Yahoo’s CEO, Melissa Mayer announced that Yahoo has acquired Tumblr. The deal is for approximately 1.1 billion dollars. Interestingly,  Yahoo plans to allow Tumblr to continue to operate as its own entity with its own current CEO. Tumblr will be able to take advantage of Yahoo’s personalization technology and search engine structure. The deal is expected …

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Yahoo Fights for its Share of the Search Engine Market

It was August of 2010 that Yahoo officially moved onto the Bing platform for SERPs and it seems like the honeymoon may be over. The Wall Street Journal reported that Yahoo is looking to move out of their deal with Bing. Unfortunately for Yahoo they seem to be tied into their current deal till 2015. The Wall Street Journal …

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