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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #63

September 29, 2009 by · Leave a Comment 

Google Docs and the New World Student
Frank Reed says:

Google DocsIf you are going to school it is probably hard to imagine a better resume builder than an internship at Google. I suspect that those folks will have a bit of an advantage in an interview situation over the kid who tries to spin his gig waiting tables at the beach for the summer by saying he “managed workflow and expedited product delivery in a fast paced, food related industry.” So what were t

Social-Media-Optimization-Rules-for-Success
Julie Ann Ross says: Social media optimization is basically a way to promote your blog, website, or even your company’s brand, through social media, without being obnoxious or overtly commercial. Whether you are an SEO consultant or you are new to social media marketing, there are a few rules you need to follow in order to be effective.
If you create online content, Google’s SideWiki just changed your world
MackCollier says: Seth Godin has ruffled feathers for years in the blogosphere by not allowing comments on his blog. He’s stated flatly that he appreciates your feedback, but if you want to leave comments, you’re going to have to do it somewhere else, besides on his blog. In factin 2006 he flatly statedthat “So, bloggers who like comments, blog on. Commenters, feel free. But not here. Sorry.”

But that was back in 20

Evaluating Agency Performance: Digital Misses Out
feeds.clickz.com says:

Marketers are less likely to formally evaluate the performance of digital agencies than traditional shops, according to a survey of Association of National Advertisers members.

Of 117 marketers who completed ANA’s survey, 76 percent said they regularly conduct formal performance evaluations of traditional creative ad agencies and 68 percent said they do so for traditional media ad agencies.

Only 47


The Google Shuffle?
Jonathan Anthony and Kyle Krenbrink says:

Has your website recently sunk to “Davy Google Jones Jr’s Locker”?

Webmasters and SEO gurus have been scratching our heads for a few weeks now trying to figure out what has been happening to Google’s SERP rankings. After scouring blogs and forums for the last few days, it would seem that there is no real consensus. In fact, it seems that no one is willing to even speculate much as to what


Google & Bank Work Together, But Still Can’t Reactivate Gmail Account
Andy Beal says:

So it was all for nothing.

After having a panic attack and asking a judge toshut down a Gmail user’s account, Rocky Mountain Bank and Google have worked together on aresolution. The only problem is, Google can’t reinstate the Gmail account without the judge’s permission!

“While we regret that the user has been locked out of their account through no fault of their own, we&#821

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How-To-Avoid-The-Google-Slap-With-Your-Adwords-PPC-Campaign
Malcolm Leyshon says: This article looks at four steps that you need to implement to avoid the Google slap, keep your cost per click within reasonable limits and improve your click through and conversion rates.
A Closer Look At Twitter’s Explosive Growth
Jill Kurtz says:

In 2009, there will be 18 million US adults who access Twitter on any platform at least monthly, according toeMarketer. That represents a 200 percent increase over 2008 levels. Usage is predicted to reach 26 million US adults in 2010, a further 44.4 percent climb.

This forecast counts 11.1 percent of Internet users as Twitter users this year, a figure close in line withHarris InteractiveandPew

Google Australia Tests Ads in Maps Product
feeds.clickz.com says:

googlemapsads.JPGGoogle is set to introduce sponsored location ads on its Maps product in Australia, following successful implementation of the ads on its Japanese site. Reports suggests markets such as the U.S. and the U.K. may follow.

David Egan, general product manager at Google Australia, told the Sydney Morning Herald, “We get one million searches a year for railway stations. We’re trying to figure out what th


What To Do When Your Site Drops
Dave Davies says:

It’s happened to all of us. You wake up one morning feeling like a million bucks, you stretch and if you’re like me, you notice the eye-rolling as once again your significant other catches you with a toothbrush dangling from your mouth and a laptop or iPhone in front of you while you check rankings and emails. And then it happens – you start your browser with a search phrase already set to display

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