It's hard to beat a love story. After drawing an impressive 74 million views in its debut on the Viral Chart last week, Wrigley's Extra's "The Story of Sara & Juan" is still going strong in the first position, despite dropping to 14.5 million views.
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Marketers have long understood the importance of links to SEO. So much so, it's something we study regularly here at Moz. At their most basic, links are counted as "votes" of popularity for search engines to rank websites.
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U.K. grocer Morrisons, ad-buying behemoth GroupM and other marketers and agencies are testing never-before-available data from cellphone carriers that connects device location and other information with telcos' real-world files on subscribers.
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