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+ How-To: Seven Ways to Take Control of Your Online Reputation
+ PRO: Take 10—How to Reverse-Engineer Your Competitors' Customer List
+ Survey Says: Top Tech Brands of 2011—Verizon, Motorola, Sony, and HP
+ Quick Take: Tips for a Smart Mobile Search Strategy
+ My View: How to Be a Wallflower—Tone It Down
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How-To Seven Ways to Take Control of Your Online Reputation
By Jamie Fairbairn
What are others saying about you and your company online? With so many online channels available to consumers and competitors, it's time you took control of your online reputation. Just follow these seven simple steps.
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PRO Take 10: How to Reverse-Engineer Your Competitors' Customer List
In just 10 minutes, competitive-intelligence expert Scott Swigart shares how you can gather data from a variety of public information sources, such as Google and LinkedIn, and then connect the dots to gain insight into who your competition's customers actually are. Read More
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Survey Says
Top Tech Brands of 2011: Verizon, Motorola, Sony, and HP
Verizon is the top mobile network brand of the year, according to a report, which also announced winners in four other tech categories: Mobile phones (Motorola), consumer electronics (Sony), computer hardware (Hewlett-Packard), and gaming (Nintendo). Read More
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Quick Take
Tips for a Smart Mobile Search Strategy
If you haven't already done so, now is the time to jump on the mobile search bandwagon. But before you do, understand the key differences between Web and mobile-device users and their preferences. Read More
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My View How to Be a Wallflower: Tone It Down
By Ted Page
Ad agencies like mine are asked by clients to come up with creative work that stands out, but sometimes the corporate higher-ups want work "toned down a bit" to avoid risk—a sure recipe for making campaigns bland and invisible. Read More
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@reachbranding Personal Branding: Some tips from @RachelGogos to help you get your networking up to speed: https:////bit.ly/e8TL3x
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Forum Today's Question
By Idris 4/15/2011 at 9:06 PM
Can my competitors hurt my search engine ranking? How can I avoid this and capture those sweet spots on Google? Go To Question
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