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Friday, September 20, 2013

TripAdvisor loves Google again, puts Street View into iPad app - Tnooz

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Fwd: Visually Marketplace Case Study: Digital Diaries

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Date: 20 September 2013 23:41:47 BST
Subject: Visually Marketplace Case Study: Digital Diaries

Digital Diaries: Buying a Smartphone


adam2.jpgWe've come to rely on Visually's team for not just design but research. By having individual tasks each dedicated to a singular goal (research/design/talent) and being part of a larger mission, we've found that the quality is much improved than handing the project over to any one person to manage. The designers are also incredibly adaptable and understand the product; that is, not as an advertisement or any other graphical request, but a unique piece of content by which to translate data in an appealing way.

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Monday, September 16, 2013

Check out 'Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to Ask' on Learnist

I was viewing this Learning on Learnist and I thought you might like it.

Evaluating Web Pages: Techniques to Apply & Questions to Ask

The ability to evaluate websites for their usefulness, veracity, reliability, etc, is a vital skill for students and teachers. This is a handy set of questions to ask and techniques to use form the lovely folk at UC Berkley. I am definitely going to be using it with my students this year (2013) and promoting it to other staff.

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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Fwd: The SEO Cheat Sheet and Every Tweet Ever Published - The Moz Top 10

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The Moz Top 10

What You Need to Know in the World of Inbound Marketing and SEO
September 2013, #1 - Need to subscribe? Sign up here

The Web Developer's SEO Cheat Sheet 2.0

Print it. Pin it. Post it on your wall. The Web Developer's Cheat Sheet is one of the coolest, must-have SEO resources we've ever published.

Every tweet ever published, now at your fingertips

Topsy is doing for Twitter what Google does for web search. Search every tweet since 2006. You can even find the first tweet for any user.

The Art of Writing Great Google+ Posts

Want to know the formula for writing Google+ posts that are often shared over 100 times each? Demian Farnworth shows you his technique to great social sharing.

Why Cards are the Future of the Web

The next generation of the web is being built on cards, including both Twitter and Google. Learn how to catch up and take advantage of this latest marketing technology.

How to Get Busy People to Take Action When You Send an Email

You may send 1 email a day or 100, but you want your emails to get noticed and you want people to take action. Mark Suster shares 7 tips to help make your emails lead to action.

Something's Fishy in the State of Google's New Keyword Tool

Last month Google replaced its popular keyword tool with its new Keyword Planner, but not everyone trusts the data. Learn why some people think Google's numbers look a little fishy.

Putting the 'mium' in Freemium and getting away with it.

Freemium is a great way for some businesses to market their product, but it can also go terribly wrong. Here are 5 tips to make sure your free offering makes you more profits than headaches.

The Ultimate Guide to Flat Design

If you run a website or build an app, 2013 may be the year you turn to flat design. Even Apple and Google are doing it. Don't get left in the design dust!

Landing Page 101

Want to sell more or attract more leads? This super cool (and free) landing page course contains a number of 30 minute lessons from some of the top experts in the marketing world.

Should I add rel="nofollow" to links that are included with my widget?

Matt Cutts explains when you should add "nofollow" to your widget and infograhpic links. Hint: it's a good idea on any widget link that scales.

Bonus: The T-Shaped Web Marketer

What skills should you or your marketing team possess to succeed? Moz CEO Rand Fishkin discuss the T-Shaped marketer, and what it means to your success.

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