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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #571

February 27, 2011 by · Leave a Comment 

Cup of Joe: Send Me Money Right Now Because I Want It
Joe Hall says:

The other day I realized that most of you have never sent me any money. Well, I want to change that right this minute! Below is my PayPal address. Sent me as much money as you can to it as soon as you can.

Ok, cool. I am glad I got that out of the way. I can’t imagine how long we would go with out you sending me what I am entitled to. Oh wait, did I say entitled to? No, I meant to say deserv

Got Social Media Courses?: PR Students Thirsty for More…
Claire Faucett says: I recently spoke to a group of public relations and marketing students about using social media in a business setting. This group of “go-getters” made me stop and think about what’s missing from their curriculum — “How to put business strategy behind social media.”
Google Instant And SEO
Dave Davies says:

From the moment Google Instant was announced back onSeptember 8there have been forum chats, blog posts, articles and podcasts discussing the ramification of this new technology. Some have called it the “Death of SEO” which others (myself included) have proclaimed this a step forward and an opportunity for SEO’s, not a threat. And then of course there’s those who don’t even know there’s

      Wisconsin Showdown Spurs 2012 Republican Web Fundraising
      Kate Kaye says:

      Likely GOP presidential candidates including Tim Pawlenty and Jim DeMint are latching on to anti-union sentiment.

      Mark Hunter says: We’ve all been there. After countless calls, meetings and an endless amount of work, you just can’t get the customer to say “yes” and move forward. There can be hundreds of theories and ideas as to why this happens more times than we care to admit. Let’s put all the theories aside and get to a solution you can use right now to determine if the customer is serious.
      A Pilgrim’s Look Back, February 27, 2011
      Frank Reed says:

      Starting today, we will take a look back at the past week’s Internet marketing industry news that we didn’t get a chance to talk about. This feature will occur every Sunday so you can enjoy a quiet Sunday look back at what else happened. Be sure to come back every Sunday to catch up and be a well informed Pilgrim.

      YouTube Looking to Stream NBA and NHL Games

      Twitter Continues to Clean Hou

      Bye-Bye Bottom Feeders: Google Says You Lack Quality
      CatherineLockey says: Sorry bottom feeders, but Google says your time has come. An intense, new algorithmic adjustment arrived the other day and it doesn’t tolerate your kind.  Projected to influence almost 10.5 billion search results every month, this adjustment lowers the rank of scraper sites, link farms, and other useless sites while increasing the rank of quality sites.  What motivated this change?
      Making The Most Of The Holidays
      Dave Davies says:

      The holidays are fast approaching and with them the short window of vast opportunity for many online retailers. As an SEO we get inundated with panicked requests for rankings before the holidays. Of course that’s not going to happen at this point (at least – I wouldn’t start organic SEO campaigns now for the holiday season) so what can you do to make the most of what you’ve got this holiday

      Brands May Like Exchanges More After Google Algorithm Change
      Zachary Rodgers says:

      Quality inventory may be easier to come by as sites monetizing low value content are punished.

      Lynne Saarte says: When you are launching a new product or service, what you want is for people to start talking about it. The more buzz you generate, the better it becomes because it stirs up interest. The way to a buzz campaign is to leap out of your box and get uniquely crazy with your campaign…

      >> How To Make At Least $1,000 This Week!

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