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The Power of Social Advertising and Custom Website Audiences for Panda and Penguin Victims

Social can help SEO. Learn how Panda and Penguin victims can use custom website audiences via Facebook and Twitter to increase targeted traffic, social sharing, inbound links, and more.

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SPONSOR MESSAGE: NEW – Page One Power Partnership Opportunities for SEO firms for Link Building

SEO firms interested in leveraging the expertise of Page One Power, can become either White Label Partners or Referral Partners beginning now. Work with Page One Power to increase your clients’ search visibility and lend authority to their brand while you focus on other aspects of their SEO…



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Free SEO Power Tools Now Available In the Most Complete SEO Tutorial on the … – PR Newswire (press release)


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Free SEO Power Tools Now Available In the Most Complete SEO Tutorial on the
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Keyword Suggestion Tool: Enter a word and learn related search terms along with their search activity. These may be keywords that, if used on your site, would attract search traffic. Top-Ranked Websites by Keyword: Enter a word and see the top domains

and more »

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Building Trust In Client Relationships And The Power Of Saying “I Don’t Know”: An Interview With Kate Morris by @wonderwall7

A big thanks to our Pubcon 2014 sponsor, LinkResearchTools, your off-page SEO toolkit. Link Detox: Recover – Protect – Build. At Pubcon 2014 in Las Vegas, I had the opportunity to sit down and talk with Kate Morris of Outspoken Media about the relationship between marketing and advertising, and how the two work together. Well, we started off by discussing marketing and advertising, but the conversation quickly turned into Kate’s other area of expertise: client relationships. How can you build trust with clients that leads to getting things done faster? Is it OK to say to a client “I don’t […]

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Intel Chip To Power Google Glass In 2015: Report

An Intel chip will replace a processor from Texas Instruments Inc. in the 2015 version of Google Glass, the Wall Street Journal reported.

From now on, Intel will provide the brains to Google’s Glass interface. People familiar with the matter said the shift is part of Intel’s growing interest in entering the wearable technology market. It would be a move in line with Intel’s previous activities this year, which included buying wearable producer Basis Science, and creating its own chip specifically for powering wearables, Edison.

See also: Meet Edison, Intel’s Tiny Plan To Power The Next Generation Of Wearables

So far, it’s unclear which chip Intel will be using to power Google Glass, but it’s definitely one that’s smaller than Edison. The Verge’s Vlad Savov speculates that it’s one of the company’s tiniest and most low-powered chip, which powers Intel’s MICA bracelet.

Intel chips power Google’s servers, Nexus players, and self-driving cars. The companies have also been working together since 2011 to improve Google’s Android and Chrome operating systems. It seems it was only a matter of time before the two companies chose to collaborate in new ways. 

See also: How Intel’s Edison Stacks Up Against Arduino And Raspberry Pi

With a four-figure price tag and a distinctly dorky appearance, Google Glass has had a lukewarm reception in the consumer market since its initial release in 2012. However, it did have some early success as a tool for the workplace, and that’s exactly how Intel plans to assist in marketing it. Intel’s efforts will join with Google’s Glass at Work project, which encourages adoption of Glass in fields like healthcare and construction, where workers need both hands free but also need vital data at the ready.

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Motorola’s Droid Turbo Is The Moto X On Power Steroids

Motorola unveiled its Droid Turbo 4G LTE, an exclusive smartphone for Verizon with a monster battery that the manufacturer claims will last for two full days.

The phone features a 3900 mAh battery and specs that otherwise resemble those of the comparatively elegant Moto X flagship. The Droid Turbo has the same 5.2-inch screen, but with a higher quad HD resolution, and comes with a 21-megapixel camera that can take 4K video.

See also: Motorola Launches A Phone For Your Budget

Motorola once again talked up its “turbo charger,” which it says can provide “eight hours of power in a quick 15 minutes.” That basically means you can charge the entire device in 90 minutes.

The 32GB model will set you back $200 (with a two-year contract); the 64GB version goes for $250 on contract. The Droid Turbo is launching with Android 4.4 KitKit, but will receive the Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade when it becomes available.

Reinforcing Droid’s existing Kevlar case are two new and equally butch materials, ballistic nylon and metalized glass fiber. These substantial cases come in three colors: metallic black, metallic red and black ballistic nylon.

Motorola also announced that its Droid Mini is now free on contract, and the Droid Maxx is $49 on contract.

Image courtesy of Motorola

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How to Unleash The Power of AdWords Ad Customizers by @Matt_Umbro

Since the announcement in 2012 that all Google shopping feed clicks would be charged, shopping spend and product capabilities have significantly increased. According to the Rimm Kaufman Group’s Q2 2014 digital marketing report, Google Shopping ads accounted for 26% of all Google search clicks. Shopping ads continue to be an attention grabber for searchers. The loser in the shopping movement has been the traditional text ad. No longer can advertisers expect even the most relevant and well-written text ad will get the click. Users searching for products want to compare images, prices, and brands right away. Google Shopping ads accommodate all of […]

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Power of the Press: Press Releases as SEO Tools – Business 2 Community

Power of the Press: Press Releases as SEO Tools
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That's why many companies see press releases as a strong online business tool, particularly as part of their SEO techniques. It makes sense: the public wants information, so you give it to them, using that information to lead them back to your business

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Facebook Partners With Stripe To Power Facebook’s “Buy” Button by @mattsouthern

Re/code reports that Facebook has partnered with Stripe to power a “Buy” button that will eventually be a part of the news feed. That’s the same service provided Twitter is using to power their Buy button, which just launched this month. The Buy button will allow Facebook users to purchase items featured in ads or posts, which means marketers will have the ability to make sales directly on Facebook. Re/code states Facebook began testing the Buy button back in July, and it’s still in the testing phase. A Facebook spokesperson confirmed That Stripe is the sole payments partner behind the test. […]

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PewDiePie Joins MLG, Bringing Mad Star Power To The Twitch Rival

PewDiePie, the reigning king of YouTube, will now stream episodes of his gaming podcast “BroKen” on MLG.tv

Felix Kjellberg and Kenneth Morrison 

Starting Monday, the Swedish YouTube gamer better known as Felix Kjellberg, will be posting episodes of his podcast onto MLG, or Major League Gaming network before the hour-long shows are uploaded anywhere else—including Kjellberg’s YouTube home. 

BroKen (a portmanteau of Kjellberg’s “bro” fandom and the name Ken) is a podcast hosted by Kjellberg and friend Kenneth Morrison, where the two chat about gaming trends on YouTube and beyond. 

The first episode of BroKen was uploaded to YouTube on August 31 and now has amassed close to 4 million views. 

It’s easy to see why Major League Gaming was eager to snap up the Swedish gamer. Kjellberg, with over 30 million subscribers on YouTube, would bring much-needed charm and appeal to the competitive gaming broadcast network. 

MLG’s stakes in the eSports markets has lately been overshadowed by video game platform Twitch’s emergence into the mainstream. 

With Twitch just recently acquired by Amazon for $970 million, MLG is definitely trying to up the stakes and prove their relevancy in the realm of broadcast gaming, amping up their appeal and star power by onboarding big-name gamers. 

And who better to do that than the darling of YouTube? You can catch Kjellberg’s podcast series BroKen on MLG.tv starting September 15 on MLG.tv/pewdiepie

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