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+ How-To: How Images and Video Influence Purchasing Behavior
+ Podcast: The Rise of the Savvy Auntie
+ PRO: Marketing Automation ManagementBasics & Best-Practices
+ Survey Says: Twitter Daily Check-In Levels Double
+ Quick Take: What Your Website Can Learn From a Fake Website
+ My View: Six Changes That Rocked the SEO World
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How-To How Photography and Online Video Influence Customer Purchasing Behavior
By Brad Tuckman
Photography and video have an immense impact on customers' purchasing behavior because they enable customers to visually connect with products before they buy. Learn how compelling visual content can help drive sales. Read More
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Podcast The Rise of the Savvy Auntie: Melanie Notkin on Marketing Smarts [Podcast]
By Matthew Grant
In this week's Marketing Smarts, Melanie Notkin, founder of SavvyAuntie.com, discusses an important niche market neglected by marketers—women without children of their own, but with children in their lives. Read More
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PRO How-To Guide: Basics and Best-Practices of Marketing Automation Management
Learn the ins and outs of marketing automation capabilities, best uses, and resources for selecting the right system for you. We've also included case studies to show you how other organizations put marketing automation to work and reap great results. Read More
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Survey Says
Twitter Adoption Nudges Up, Daily Check-In Levels Double
Some 15% of online adults in the US say they use Twitter, up from the 13% who said so a year earlier. Only 8% of online adults check their Twitter feeds on an average day; however, that proportion is twice the 4% who did so in May 2011. Read More
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Quick Take
What Your Real Website Can Learn From a Fake Website
As part of their marketing campaign for Ridley Scott's futuristic Prometheus—an Aliens prequel—producers created a corporate website for the fictional Weyland Industries. And your website could take a lesson or two from the design and content of this not-so-real one. Read More
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My View The New Google Search: Six Changes That Rocked the SEO World
By Aaron Dun
In a little over a year, Google has rendered 10 years of SEO dogma mostly useless. Throw out everything you used to hold dear, such as link-building, keyword-rich content, and internal links. It's time to start over. Read More
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@tedcoine Are Your Customers Lying to You? How Can You REALLY Tell What They’re Thinking? https:////goo.gl/5La1H via @TedRubin
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Forum Today's Question
By cricksart 6/5/2012 at 9:20 AM
Do any review sites contribute to a website's ranking in Google? Go To Question
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