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Posted by LaurenV
Facebook advertising has taken the marketing world by storm. But with so many advertising options available within Facebook, how do you know where to start the campaigns that will best support your goals and objectives?
In today's Whiteboard Friday, Lauren Vacarello outlines the different ad types on Facebook and walks us through getting started with Facebook advertising. We'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments below!
Posted by RuthBurr
Those of you who follow me on Twitter have probably noticed that I live-tweet the conferences I go to. Extensively. Some people love it, some people hate it - but if you want to start live-tweeting for yourself, here are some things to keep in mind.
Posted by timresnik
I am a huge Portland Trail Blazers fan, and in the early 2000s, my favorite player was Rasheed Wallace. He was a lightning-rod of a player, and fans either loved or hated him. He led the league in technical fouls nearly every year he was a Blazer; mostly because he never thought he committed any sort of foul. Many of those said technicals came when the opposing player missed a free-throw attempt and ‘Sheed’ passionately screamed his mantra: “BALL DON’T LIE.”
Posted by randfish
Personalization usage data and user data give marketers deep insights into their users' interests and actions. But how can you make the most out of these complex data sets to better serve your SEO campaigns?
In this week's Whiteboard Friday, Rand takes us through the intricate world of personalization and how it affects SEO. We'd love to hear your thoughts and tips in the comments below!
Posted by The_Tela
Hey everyone, I'm Tela. I head up data planning at SEOmoz, working on our indexes, our Mozscape API, and other really fun technical and data-focused products. This is actually my first post on the blog, and I get to announce a brand new feature - fun!