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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

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By Kelsey Jones

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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12 Things You Should be Doing Right Now for Semantic Search by @searchlabs

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By Ian Harris

Semantic search. You’ve heard of it, you’ve researched it and you’re probably wondering what to do about it. Black hat, white hat, and everything in between could soon be a thing of the past, as semantic search forces the industry to revert back to the question: What does the user want? It’s a simple concept, but one that has been lost in a whirlwind of advice, speculation, and see-what-sticks techniques. Semantic search gives the industry a chance to go back to basics and provide information rather than force it. Let’s take a look at how to embrace semantics. Think Like […]

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Mark Zuckerberg Answers Pressing Questions About Facebook In First Ever Public Q&A by @mattsouthern

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By Matt Southern

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg conducted his first ever public Q&A today, and while he was lobbed fluff questions about his fashion choices (among other things), there were some hard hitting questions thrown out as well. To his credit, Zuckerberg didn’t back down from questions about declining Facebook reach and why users were forced to download the Messenger app. He took them head on and provided some fairly satisfactory answers. Here are some highlights and key takeaways from some of the more important questions that were asked. Why Is Organic Reach Declining? There’s two reasons why organic reach is decreasing, Zuckerberg […]

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3 HARO Requests You Should Avoid by @joshuatitsworth

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By Joshua Titsworth

So, the title sounds a little “click baity”, but it is what it is. Everyone knows HARO can be a great way to some great publicity and not to mention some great links in the process. But not everyone knows there are some requests you might not want to reply to, or rather there are requests your client would want you to avoid sending them. Given that HARO’s are very time sensitive make sure to take a look at some of the requests I’ve listed below and -more importantly- some items you’ll want to go over with your clients to […]

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U.S. 2014 Elections: Google & Bing Both Deliver Quick Answers For Election Results With An Interactive Map

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By Amy Gesenhues

As promised, Google and Bing are both offering quick answers for election-related queries.

Searching “election results” on Google provides a quick answer box with a color-coded map of the U.S. to show which states went red and which went blue. Users have the option to click on House, Senate and Governor election results, as well as individual states to see how different districts voted.

Google’s quick answer box can also be expanded to display which candidates triumphed in the tight races for House, Senate and Governor elections.

Google.com election results

Bing offers the same information and interactive map as Google, but doesn’t feature results for any of the tight races. (It does, however, offer up “Election Trivia” for anyone wanting to kill time.)

Bing election results

Both Google and Bing’s election information is sourced from the Associated Press.

Thanks to reader Samuel Edwards for the reminder on today’s “election results” search query.

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