Daily Search Forum Recap: December 7, 2018

Here is a recap of what happened in the search forums today, through the eyes of the Search Engine Roundtable and other search forums on the web...
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Content Comprehensiveness - Whiteboard Friday

Posted by KameronJenkinsWhen Google says they prefer comprehensive, complete content, what does that really mean? In this week's episode of Whiteboard Friday, Kameron Jenkins explores actionable ways to translate the demands of the search engines into valuable, quality content that should help you rank. Click on the whiteboard image above to open a high-resolution version in a new tab! Video Transcription Hey, guys. Welcome to this week's edition of Whiteboard Friday. My name is...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Seo, Speechpad, Joe Schmoe, KameronJenkins, Kameron Jenkins, KameronJenkinsWhen Google

GoBuyside Offers Practical Solutions For Investment Management Recruiting

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Tags: New York, China, Advertising, US, Article, United States, South America, Trump, Europe Asia, Calibri, Buyside, GoBuyside

4 Ways Search Engine Optimization Can Help Your Business

The internet is a big place, with more websites being created every single minute. It is easy to feel that your small business’ website will be swallowed up and forgotten, which is why search engine optimization, or SEO, is crucial to boost your online visibility. What exactly is search engine optimization? It is a grouping of digital marketing techniques with the goal of increasing your online visibility by bringing high quality and willing to convert potential customers to your website. ...
Tags: Google, Startups, Seo, Search Engine Optimization, Online Marketing, Others, Digital Marketing, Charlotte North Carolina, Apple Nike

The Quickest Way to Find Your Top 9 Instagram Posts of 2018

Seeing your top nine Instagram posts of the year always reveals a little bit about you, ya know? For me, that means two pastas and one pizza made the mix, which I'm zero percent shocked by. (Shout out to Barzotto in San Francisco for its very photogenic pasta with marinara and ricotta. If you, too, enjoy taking a look back and seeing which photos on your grid got the most likes throughout the year, the Top Nine app and website has you covered. How to Find Your Instagram Top Nine of 2018 G...
Tags: Instagram, Religion, San Francisco, Social Media, Tech News, Digital Life, Best of 2018, Barzotto, Instagram Top Nine

Leo Lionni Books to Turn a Page in Germany - License Global

Leo Lionni Books to Turn a Page in Germany   License Global Leo Lionni's bestselling children's books will now be represented by German licensing group V.I.P. Entertainment & Merchandising.
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Iconic: How to Attain the Ultimate Level of Distinction

S COTT MCKAIN wrote the book on creating distinction in a world of homogenization. In Create Distinction he discusses how we got here and how we can create distinction for ourselves and our organizations. Having passion, product knowledge and commitment is not enough. Are you creating a distinctive story so that those who chose you the first time will come back for more? It’s not just a matter of being different. It’s about being uncommonly excellent. Creating distinction is based on four cor...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Instagram, Marketing, COTT MCKAIN, McKain

Is PUBLICITY better than advertising? What does Domino’s Pizza have to do with potholes?

Nothing, right? Pizza has nothing to do with potholes. But that didn’t stop Domino’s Pizza from being creative with its promotional dollars. Instead of spending money to create commercials telling us how delicious their pizza is, this company got creative and decided to go for publicity instead of making an ad spend. They focused their […]
Tags: Business, Commercials, News, Media, Entrepreneurship, Inspiration, Advertising, Marketing, Seo, Pr, Story, Creativity, Cause Marketing, Innovation, Attention, Publicity Stunts

Albert Frère, Belgian Master of Multinational Mergers, Dies at 92 -

Albert Frère, Belgian Master of Multinational Mergers, Dies at 92 Albert Frère, a Belgian high school dropout who parlayed the profits from his father's nail factory into a fortune worth billions, and whose multinational mergers ...
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I Was Kicked Off Stage by College Students. Did I Deserve It?

Columbia students didn’t like my joke and they had the right to cut my mic. But we all should have gotten the chance to stick it out.
Tags: News, Social Media, Columbia University, Columbia, Colleges and Universities, Comedy and Humor

3 Email Strategies You Must Implement To Drive Show Attendance In 2019

While 91% of people check their email every single day, you're not the only hitting their inbox, and it can be incredibly easy for your message to be lost or condemned amid the digital clutter. Here we look at three key strategies artist must use to ensure that their email marketing is successful. _________________________ Guest post by Rachel Grate of Eventbrite A whopping 91% of people check their email every day, but that doesn’t mean using email to promote your event is a sure th...
Tags: Music, Diy, Email, Marketing, Music Industry, Guest Post, Indie, Musicians, Tickets, Eventbrite, Music Business, Live & Touring, Musician, D.I.Y, Rachel Grate, Diy Musicians

Albert Frère, 92, Belgian Master of Multinational Mergers, Dies - The New York Times

Albert Frère, 92, Belgian Master of Multinational Mergers, Dies   The New York Times Albert Frère, a Belgian high school dropout who parlayed the profits from his father's nail factory into a fortune worth billions, and whose multinational mergers ...
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Bud Light Brings Its Love of Music and Sports Together With a Super Bowl Music Festival

Bud Light is known for making a big splash during the Super Bowl, debuting many memorable ads over the years, including its 2018 spot featuring the Bud Knight and the "Dilly Dilly" universe. While the brand has not yet announced whether or not it will return in 2019, Bud Light will definitely be involved in...
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Search Buzz Video Recap: Google Algorithm Changes, Sticky Search Bar, Filter Bubbles, Livestreams & Holidays

This week I covered the big monthly Google webmaster report for December. Google may have done a big search algorithm update last Friday. Google launched their sticky rounded search bar last Friday night. Google said they do not have a filter bubble...
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Matt Ingwalson Joins Heinrich Marketing as Vice President of Creative Strategy

When you’re a Friend of Adpulp (FoA), you get special recognition from time to time. Matt Ingwalson is a FoA. He’s also the new vice president of creative strategy at Heinrich Marketing, a Denver-based marketing agency. Ingwalson joins Heinrich following 18-years on the job at Vladimir Jones, IMM and Karsh\Hagan. He worked as creative director […] The post Matt Ingwalson Joins Heinrich Marketing as Vice President of Creative Strategy appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Advertising, Denver, Agencies, Hagan, Heinrich, Karsh, Ad People, Matt Ingwalson, Heinrich Marketing, Ingwalson, Vladimir Jones

Celebrating the Holidays in DTLA! Visit Bird & Bees for a Fabulous Eggnog!!

With the holidays just around the corner, it is time for big batch recipes that will *shake* up a family party, office bash, or any Friends-giving. Birds & Bees is a 1950s themed mid-century modern cocktail bar in Downtown Los Angeles. Bar Manager Jake Larowe makes everything in-house: from the tinctures to infused liquors to […]
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Rob Osler joins Oliver Russell as Managing Director

Oliver Russell recently announced the addition of Rob Osler as Managing Director. Osler, a Boise native, has held director-level roles in brand strategy and management at both public companies and at top agencies, including Fitch and Landor Associates. At Oliver Russell, he’ll help manage business development opportunities, as well as provide operational support. Russ Stoddard will remain involved with the strategic direction of the agency and as a senior adviser on client work as needed. ...
Tags: Advertising, New Hires, Boise, Fitch, Osler, Stoddard, Agency News, Oliver Russell, Russ Stoddard, Landor Associates, Chad Rea, Rob Osler

Latest report on Global Sports Production Software Market 2018 set to grow high by size, developments, and new opportunities developments by Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA, Imagine Communications Corp. - The Business Investor

Latest report on Global Sports Production Software Market 2018 set to grow high by size, developments, and new opportunities developments by Bertelsmann SE & Co. KGaA, Imagine Communications Corp.   The Business Investor Sports Production Software Market is expected to grow at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of +15.64 %. The base year considered for the study is ...
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The Future of Search: What's on the Horizon for B2B SEO in 2019?

by Robert Clough B2C companies aren't the only ones who rely on search engine optimization. Don't miss these important trends to watch for B2B SEO in 2019. As the average small business is set to spend around $75,000 on digital marketing every year, it's expensive for even medium-sized businesses to compete. If you're trying to get a leg up on a shoestring budget, B2B SEO is the best way to ensure that you get the audience that you deserve. By following a few simple B2B SEO rules, y...
Tags: Amazon, Seo, Great Customer Service, Search Engine Optimization, Don, B2b Seo, Robert Clough, Search Engine Optimziation, Google My Business When, Blogging Blogging

Weekend reading: Feudal dues

What caught my eye this week. H ey Millennials! Top tip time! One of the best ways to improve your chances of owning your own home is to make sure you’re born into a family where your parents do, too. Take a look at this graph charting new data from the Resolution Foundation: As reported in the FT [Search result]: Those with the richest parents are the most likely to own a house by the age of 30. Roughly a third of people in this category were homeowners themselves by the time their 20s were...
Tags: Google, UK, London, Marketing, US, Eu, Bloomberg, Barcelona, Aldi, Bbc, Lidl, Stephen Fry, Norway, Yougov, Aviva, James Acaster

Are You TOO Cheap? 4 Ways Cheaping Out Could Cost You in the Long Run

Many people tend to focus too much on upfront costs, and not enough on the long term costs sometimes. Cheaping out right now could actually end up costing you quite a bit. Sure, you want to save money and look for the best value for your dollar. But if you are too cheap, you could end up paying more in the long run. Here are 4 ways being too cheap could cost you big: 1. Postponing Maintenance Many people postpone the maintenance on different items, or pay for cheap half-measures to “get by.” ...
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How Online Reviews Can Foster a Deeper Connection Between Brands and Consumers

Influencers and anything social media are the words du jour in brand building. Brands are clamoring to create branded connections via tactics like Instagrammable moments or encouraging their users to be visible brand ambassadors in an effort to drive awareness. But most social media is ephemeral. Snapping a quick picture creates a momentary spark that...
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Google warns app developers of three malicious SDKs being used for ad fraud

A few days ago, Google removed popular Cheetah Mobile and Kika Tech apps from its Play Store following a BuzzFeed investigation, which discovered the apps were engaging in ad fraud. Today, as a result of Google’s ongoing investigation into the situation, it has discovered three malicious ad network SDKs that were being used to conduct of ad fraud in these apps. The company is now emailing developers who have these SDKs installed in their apps, and demanding their removal. Otherwise, the develope...
Tags: Google, Google Play, Apps, Advertising Tech, Advertising, Tech, Developers, Fraud, Android Apps, Ads, Ad Tech, Cheetah Mobile, Google Play Google, Ad Fraud, Sdks, Kika Tech

Samsung Announces 5G Phones for Verizon and AT&T

Samsung is leading the pack in 5G adoption, partnering with both Verizon and AT&T to bring one of the first commercial 5G smartphones to market in the first half of 2019. Unveiled at the annual Qualcomm Snapdragon Technology Summit in Maui, Hawaii, the prototype showcases a 5G mobility service with massive bandwidth, greater opportunities for connectivity and improved network reliability. New 5G NR demonstration delivers #5G data transmission using 400MHz of mmWave spectrum – with #Verizon and...
Tags: Verizon, Advertising, Samsung, Customers, San Jose, Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm, Tom, SVP, Maui Hawaii, Waco, Amon, Qualcomm Technologies, Samsung Electronics America, Justin Denison, Brian Higgins

Twitter Link Roundup #353 – Terrific Reads for Small Business, Entrepreneurs, Marketers, and Designers!

Courtesy of Pantone Color Institute Pantone has announced its annual Color of the Year: Living Coral. The famed color institute released their choice on Wednesday, explaining: Representing the fusion of modern life, PANTONE Living Coral is a nurturing color that appears in our natural surroundings and at the same time, displays a lively presence within social media. The color of the year has a widespread impact on nearly every industry, influencing design decisions ranging from product packagin...
Tags: Startups, Twitter, Design, Leadership, Small Business, Inspiration, Marketing, Sales, Entrepreneur, Tesla, Creativity, Ross, Branding, Pantone, Susan, Pantone Color Institute Pantone

Film Marketers Need to Stop Wasting Time and Money Advertising to People Who Don’t Care About Their Movies

When it comes to the movie box office, bright spots like Ralph Breaks the Internet, Creed II and A Star Is Born are lifting the spirits and fortunes of Hollywood studios. It is much-needed good news as theater attendance continues to decline. In the U.S. and Canada, fewer people went to the movies in 2017...
Tags: Hollywood, Advertising, Canada, Voice, Ralph

End the Innovation Obsession

Some of our best ideas are in the rearview mirror.
Tags: News, Social Media, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Computers and the Internet

SearchCap: Google Analytics with Search Console bug & old Search Console reports

Below is what happened in search today, as reported on Search Engine Land and from other places across the web. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Barry Schwartz]
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YouTube: Here’s How to Add Stickers to a Stories Post

YouTube recently expanded the availability of its Stories feature to eligible creators with more than 10,000 subscribers. YouTube Stories lets content creators share photos and videos on their channels that will be available to view in the YouTube mobile application for seven days. Our guide will show you how to add stickers to a YouTube...
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Glued to Your Phone at the Dinner Table? Marshawn Lynch Wants to Have Some Words

Will we ever collectively return to a time when dinners around the table included little more than food, your friends or loved ones, and polite conversation? Let's be real--probably not. In this blink-and-you'll-miss-everything society, the news cycle is relentless, an important update from your friends is always moments away and "staying connected" has morphed into...
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