5 must-dos for SEO beginners – Search Engine Land – Search Engine Land

Search Engine Land5 must-dos for SEO beginners – Search Engine LandSearch Engine LandIf you're new to SEO, or if it isn't your primary focus, you might be neglecting tactics that will really move the needle. Contributor Jordan Kasteler outlines 5 things …and more »

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5 must-dos for SEO beginners – Search Engine Land – Search Engine Land

5 must-dos for SEO beginners – Search Engine Land

Search Engine Land5 must-dos for SEO beginnersSearch Engine LandIf you're a small business owner who is the only one touching your pages, this tip isn't for you. But it will be invaluable for those who work within large marketing teams and agencies on projects where the website is accessed by many webmasters …and more »

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One Google Home device can now support up to six separate users – Marketing Land

Marketing LandOne Google Home device can now support up to six separate usersMarketing LandIn the battle to compete with Amazon's Alexa devices, Google Home just introduced something that could be a meaningful differentiator. It will now support up to six users on one device. In other words, Google Home can recognize and distinguish the …and more »

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GetResponse Rolls Out New Mobile Editor for Landing Pages – Mobile Marketing Watch

Mobile Marketing WatchGetResponse Rolls Out New Mobile Editor for Landing PagesMobile Marketing WatchMMW learned Friday that GetResponse — an online marketing platform — is launching its newest tool for SMBs, Mobile Workspace, a landing pages editor specifically for mobile. We're told that Mobile Workspace will feature the following capabilities: …

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MashTalk: Did Burger King cross the line with its Google Home stunt? – Mashable

MashableMashTalk: Did Burger King cross the line with its Google Home stunt?MashableNeedless to say, Google Home users were pissed at the invasiveness of the marketing stunt, and Google moved quickly to block the phrase. But did Burger King really screw up big time and cross the line, or should we expect more brands to start …and more »

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Shrewd Burger King ad tries to hijack Google Home, delivers earned media home run – Marketing Land

Marketing LandShrewd Burger King ad tries to hijack Google Home, delivers earned media home runMarketing LandAt a time when risky ads can cause a backlash (e.g., Pepsi), Burger King just did something ingeniously (or annoyingly) calculated to create buzz. And it worked. The company created a TV spot (below) that tries to invoke Google Home — for those that …and more »

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