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7 Content Starting Points to Undo Writer’s Block

By Kat Haselkorn

Writing copy – for SEO purposes or for more traditional media outlets – can be difficult. Even those people who “have a way with words” can struggle to get the right ones out onto a blank page. While it’s fun to write about a variety of topics, it’s also easy to become paralyzed with writer’s […]

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Google’s Web of Semantic Robots

By Bill Slawski

The Internet of Things As digital marketers, we try to follow news of companies such as Google and their changes. We also like to keep an eye on their press releases and official announcements, and sources such as their patent filings to get a sense of where they may be going in long run and […]

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5 Simple Takeaways from Pubcon 2014

By Kat Haselkorn

To many in the industry, Pubcon is the online marketing conference to attend. Known for expert keynote speakers, entertaining networking events, and its prime Vegas location, attendance at Pubcon this year exceeded 1,500 SEOs and online marketers. To kick things off, the founder of the conference, Brett Tabke, reminded attendees that what started as a […]

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SMX East 2014 – Hummingbird and the Entity Revolution

By Bill Slawski

Today I will be speaking at SMX East at the Javit’s Center in New York on Hummingbird and the Entity Revolution. My second favorite session has been the one right after mine, with a great presentation from Mike Arnesen of Swellpath. I’m looking forward to the “Best of Show” Presentation at the end of the […]

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Good Bye Knowledge Graph, Hello Google Knowledge Vault?

By Bill Slawski

Last week I retweeted an article I saw in New Scientist, a magazine that doesn’t usually offer insights into things happening at Google. The title of the article caught my eye, Google’s fact-checking bots build vast knowledge bank. I think I noticed it in part because I was spending the week in San Jose, co-presenting […]

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