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Rand Fishkin's presentation from Mozcon 2014 on a variety of SEO and social media tests.
The social media giant unveiled the new test feature, ‘limited to a few small and medium sized businesses,’ in a Thursday blog post.
Fifty-two percent of PR pros say journalists fact-check with them less often since the emergence of social media. Read on for more interesting findings.
Boosting a client’s reputation alone won’t cut it anymore. Here are some ways to ensure that you can prove your worth.
If a word doesn’t add to your writing, don’t use it. These five rarely add anything. Excise them and, if possible, use something better.
Move over, Vine and Instagram. There are some hot new mobile apps in town.
A new survey finds that major platforms rank relatively low when it comes to user satisfaction. That malaise needn't hurt your online efforts, though.
Among its social media peers, Facebook is by far the leader in driving clicks, according to Shareaholic.
A whole lot of business websites just don't cut it, according to research. If yours is falling into any of these traps, it may require some reworking.
The five steps the airline should take to change public perception.
Massive changes in technology, demographics, customer behavior, and business economics are forcing big changes on sales organizations. Sales leaders need a cle…
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Reflecting on her first year in the job, a CM spills the beans on errors she made and what she will do in the future to avoid them.
We all make mistakes, but we don't all apologize for them. If your organization, executives or employees get in hot water, an apology with these three elements will get them out.
The show that was famously 'about nothing' and featured 'no learning' actually had a lot of good advice about personal and professional relationships.
The TV doc's time in the media spotlight is a cautionary tale for health care professionals. Whether you're being questioned by a trade publication or by the Senate, heed these guidelines.