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Search Engine Marketing

December 10

HOW TWO LARGE FILMS CASHED IN ON SOCIAL MEDIA TRENDS

Okay so at this time we all have a fair grasp at what a viral video constitutes and if you’ve been following this blog for any semblance of time, it’s apparent that I’m super excited about video (I said that about as sarcastically as I could even though I really do love video) and what […]

October 10

The Changing of the Guards: Understanding Content Marketing

Asides from being a pretty AMAZING Bob Dylan song if you’re into that type of music, which you should be & how dare you going about liking musical styles different from the ones I happen to enjoy (HA) – there is an apparent shift in how marketing, how diving into the minds of consumers, is […]

September 30

GOOGLE USAGE WINFOGRAPHIC

Post by James Potts and Kyle Carr Preface: This was originally intended for a mid-September deployment, but due to unforeseen circumstances wasn’t available for upload until now, today. In this very blog post. In our best efforts to avoid the ocean of sameness that is evident in the execution of an infographic, and to answer […]

September 28

THE BALLAD OF RICH SNIPPETS: UNSUNG HERO OF GOOGLE

Preface: This was originally intended for September 17th deployment, due to unforeseen circumstances I was unable to release it on that day. So here it is, on today. When my INTERACTIVE WEB MARKETING professor said Rich Snippets my mind immediately went back to 1930s Chicago, where a middle-aged African American man made his mark as […]

September 25

DEBUNKING SEARCH NETWORK PARTNERS: THE DEFINITIVE GUIDE TO ADWORDS AND YOU – PAY-PER-CLICK MARKETING

Preface: So we were recently thrown into the mix of Google-based advertising and SEO, many of these concepts foreign to traditional advertising means – but an extremely effective way of getting noticed. This blog aims to explain related terms or whatever the weekly assignment dictates. Search Network Partners is an available platform in Google when […]