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In this issue:

Tracking Facebook Graph Searches

Everybody Loves Short Cutts

No Bing Left Behind

The Seven Spirit Animals of Internet Marketing

RIP Tweetdeck Mobile Apps

Heard it Through the Social "Vine"

See Into the Future with Google Glass

…and More!

Internet Marketing News, Tips & Tricks for Growing Your Business

MARCH2013

Hello there, SEO junkies!

Experts estimated that around 8 million working hours were lost this month online during March Madness, but you won't see a slow-down from us. We were full-speed ahead this month with a brand new site design and even an interactive infographic! On top of that, we've got a ton of news for you: from Facebook Graph Search's integration with Google Analytics, some handy "Short Cutts," a eulogy for Twitter third-party apps, and more.

Read on!

Tracking Facebook Graph Searches in Google Analytics

Facebook Graph Analytics Tracking Facebook Graph Searches in Google Analytics Posted on March 27, 2013 by Sydney facebook graph search Zuckerberg shook up Internet users (as he has a habit of doing) in January when he launched the Facebook Graph Search feature, creating a semantic search engine designed to give answers to user natural language queries rather than a list of links. It combines the big data acquired from its over one billions users and external data into a search engine providing user-specific search …

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Everybody Loves Short Cutts

Short CuttsWe have all come to love and adore Google's Matt Cutts for his masterminded videos answering baffled site owners' questions on search. While he has produced an insurmountable amount of videos on all subjects, and we love the hard work Cutts puts into helping users grasp the concepts, occasionally it's just too much. His round about and technical ways of explaining things are sometimes more than the average viewer …

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No Bing Left Behind

Bing's Social SidebarNot so fast Google, don't forget about Bing! Google may have had first dibs on the whole Authorship idea, but Bing is making sure they don't get left behind with their own form of Authorship. Bing's Authorship appears in their social side bar under "People Who Know." While Bing doesn't specifically point out which people are actual "authors," authors are easily identified by the term, "writes for." In addition, when you hover over an author's name or photo, it will reveal a few other recent articles written by the …

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INTERACTIVE INFOGRAPHIC:
The Seven Spirit Animals of Internet Marketing

The Seven Spirit Animals of Internet MarketingSpirit animals: they're like the original Patronus.
They reveal a person's true nature and speak to their deepest, inner-most ideals. They can offer guidance, protection, and advice, and when it comes to Internet marketing, sometimes all you need is a little guidance. Why shouldn't the most important parts of a complete online marketing strategy have their own spirit animals, too? Well, now they do.

Visit these spirity apparitions gathered around the fire to see what campaign aspect they represent and why. Who knows—maybe you’ll leave a little more enlightened.

Visit The Seven Spirit Animals of Internet Marketing NOW!

RIP Tweetdeck Mobile Apps

RIP Tweetdeck!For those of you who don't know what Tweetdeck is, this probably won't even concern you, but we'll fill you in anyways. Also: where have you been? Tweetdeck is a social media dashboard application for management of Twitter and Facebook accounts.

Not unlike the many other Twitter applications, it interfaces with the Twitter API (application programming interface) to allow users to send and receive tweets and view profiles. According to Sysomos, Tweetdeck was …

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Heard it Through the Social "Vine"

Heard it through the social VineTwitter introduced a new app with the new year. Vine is a mobile service released on January 24th that lets you capture and share short looping videos. Not unlike Tweets, videos on Vine are meant to be kept short (6 seconds or less), which inspires the users to be creative with their posts. You can read more about the new app on their blog and download it for free from the App Store. As of now the Vine app is only available for the iPhone and iPod touch. However, bringing the app to other platforms is in the works …

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See Into the Future with Google Glass

See Into the Future with Google GlassWell ... maybe not the future, but you’ll definitely be seeing things with new eyes with Google’s current project in development: the Google Glass.  This wearable headset, once engaged, is capable of taking photos, recording videos, looking up answers on Google, showing reminders, and sharing whatever you’re looking at — either via messaging or through a Google+ Hangout …

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Did You Know?

The first Google storage was capable of housing just 40GB of data . . . and oh yeah, it was composed of Legos. Of course, this was back in 1996, before Google was Google, when it was just a research project referred to as BackRub.

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