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    In a new report, search and social marketing agency Catalyst finds consumers use both search and social media throughout their entire customer journey, and they have complementary roles.
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    It used to be that you could stuff your site with a bunch of keywords, but today's more sophisticated algorithms and marketing techniques require more sophisticated information and solutions.
  • Topping Amazon Search Takes Sales And Smarts
    Ripen eCommerce analyzed more than 746,500 search results to determine what factors influence Amazon searches. The results: sales (mostly), a strong relationship with Amazon and some keyword smarts.
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  • It's Time To Listen To The Advice You're Getting
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  • Large Companies Can Capitalize On Local Search, Too
    The advantages to location-based search and advertising for small and medium businesses are obvious, but big businesses don't need to miss out on the opportunity
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    Search is shaping up to play a big role in candidates' strategies this election season. Google has already taken some major steps to serve the national candidates.
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