This is a great summary of what has become a very interesting battle to watch. I highlighted November 15, perhaps the biggest slug fest day, but I’d suggest reading the full post to see the back and forth blows. I’m actually excited to see what 2011 brings. I’ll keep you posted. -Bob
This is a great review of the simple steps you can do to mine for great keywords by using the information and data you already have. And it is proven because they are coming directly from your customers in the communications they are having around your brand.
Google is testing a new service in Portland, Oregon. I am excited to try this out and see things from both sides (customer and business). More to come on this in later posts.
Google Testing New Location-Based Marketing Platform in Portland
This is a great article by @randfish (kin) on his insight from Danny Sullivan’s interview. Yes, a lot of people involved but it’s the information below that is what’s most important.
Google + Bing Confirm that Twitter/Facebook Influence SEO
Interesting report on new opportunities for journalists and newsrooms. Plus, some new BETA tools and services that sound pretty cool. If you need to think like a reporter, you need to read this!
How Investigative Journalism Is Prospering in the Age of Social Media
With the bombs of previously hyped “next big things” (remember Buzz?), it will be interesting how the masses take to it considering Facebook’s issues with privacy.
If Not Email, What IS Facebook Offering?
Encouraging news here for B2B marketers. Great information and excellent charts if you follow the link.
Below are some great ways for businesses to think about social media in a variety of different ways. Great collective voice that echos the importance of content value and the right engagement with your audience.
HOW TO: Get the Most From a Small Business Social Media Presence
How you Can Use Static FBML Language to Customize your Facebook Page and Drive More Leads
As time goes on, it’s becoming pretty apparent to most business owners that they’re missing out if they don’t have a profile on Facebook. And with the social network’s new vision for Internet search in general, you can’t afford not to have Facebook on your radar screen.