How to get through Google Panda 4.0

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By Vatsala Pisharody Before we start off about how to negotiate past Google Panda 4.0, it would help to understand what the main objective of all these algorithms is- To filter out bad content and present only the best of content to the internet users. Spam content bites the dust and quality content is encouraged. The unethical means of SEO ...

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Google Alerts Has Been Updated

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By Jonathan Lewis Many content marketers rely on Google Alerts as a way of getting ideas for content, seeing what your competitors are doing online and for those vain enough – seeing what others are publishing online about you. Google has recently “beautified” their Alert service – there’s no telling just yet whether they’ve changed anything behind the scenes. The ...

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Formulate Business Cases and ROI for Marketing Analytics

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By Jason Bowden Image credit: spotfire.tibco.com Integrating business cases with data and analytics will help small business owner gain better return of investment. Using data analytics in formulating business cases can help entrepreneurs grow their business intelligence with the ability to use complex data as business solutions for their business. Accordingly, return of investments or ROI is used to measure ...

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Arianna Huffington – Interview on How to Avoid Burnout at Work

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By Dan Schawbel I spoke to Arianna Huffington, who is the chair, president, and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Media Group, a nationally syndicated columnist, and author of fourteen books. Her latest book, Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder makes an impassioned and compelling case for the need to redefine ...

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Everyone is Replaceable

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By Brent Pohlman If you have this mentality, you will strive each day to add value and work to help the company and yourself. WARNING: The following article may be a tough read for some people. This article might make some employees and executives reevaluate their current work habits and thoughts regarding their current work. This type of mentality is ...

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7 Things That You Forgot CRM Did

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By Karl Stone It may have been part of your training, it’s there every day when you sit down at your desk to begin your sales calls, but actually – why are you using that odd database to track every part of your day? CRM, is often a source of much consternation among sales and marketing staff. Those of you ...

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People Utilization: 3 Most Probable Misses in a Project

By Ranjit Anand Have you had a few people waiting for tasks on the project? Or, instances where they wait for a task to complete to start another? Get into the shoes of project managers. Optimal utilization of people on a project is one of the most classic challenges of project managers. Many a time we realize, towards the end ...

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