The Push for Better Quality Content in a Post-Panda World

Fresh off yet another Google Panda update last month, it’s clear that Panda is here to stay. This update is among several that already occurred this summer. Don’t you just love Google? This refresh was only minor — effecting only 1% of queries, according to Google – but the message is clear: Content matters — even more […]

Mobile Use Soars in the U.S.; New Opportunities for Content Marketers

If you’re a content marketer, mobile is in your future. More than 234 million Americans ages 13 and older used mobile devices from April-July, according to a study by comScore. Additionally, more than 114 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones during that same period, up 7%. Google Android was the top smartphone platform with 52.2% of […]

Google Launches Handwrite

  Leave it to Google to revolutionize mobile search. Instead of using your QWERTY keyboard, Google has unveiled the ability to conduct mobile searches by keying in the search term with the swipe of your finger. One word: Brilliant. How many times have you tried typing a search feature on the Google search box on your […]

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It’s been  two months since I last posted on I won’t bore you with the details, but, as most bloggers who don’t post for a while say, it’s been a very BUSY two months. Now it’s time for me to begin blogging again. Since I’ve been gone, Google has rolled out a few more Panda […]

Who Owns That Tweet on Twitter?

  What’s the value of Twitter followers? To, it’s a cool $340,000 –or $2.50 per follower, per month for eight months — that it says it seeks from former employee Noah Kravitz. The mobile phone website claims Kravitz kept and renamed a company-owned employee Twitter account he maintained for them after his employment ended. Here’s how it […]