• Facebook exec says ‘authentic content’ key to local Likes

    Facebook’s director of Local, Emily White, recently chatted with USA Today about how merchants can boost their fan engagement.

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    Google Correlate: A tool to reverse engineer SEO keywords?

    Google has announced a new tool called Google Correlate that offers marketers insight on which phrases are most searched.

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    Yahoo Mail becomes more social with Facebook, Twitter integration

    Yahoo Mail is becoming more social thanks to Twitter and Facebook integration – social and email marketers, take note.

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    Google mobile payment service supports mobile marketing

    Consumers are increasingly making purchases via their smartphones, and now Google is launching a mobile payment service that may further encourage this behavior.

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    Windows Phone Mango: New Bing search options and more social data

    Microsoft has released Mango, its updated Windows Phone, and mobile marketers may like the new search and social features integrated into the device.

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    Microsoft sites eclipse Google in April web property rankings

    ComScore has released its web property rankings for April 2011, and it seems the search giant’s sites are taking a back seat to Microsoft sites.

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    Google tests new travel search results

    One U.K. searcher has spotted a new type of Google result that offers direct answers to travel search queries on the results page.

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    Figures show Facebook marketing delivers convertible traffic

    Facebook has provided figures indicating that Likes and its social plugin drive website traffic and conversions.

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    Website and content marketing: Key to leads and sales

    A survey reveals that websites are the top providers of new customers, and marketers may want to optimize their site content accordingly.

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    Survey says social media marketing brings new customers to B2B and B2C brands

    HubSpot’s State of Inbound Marketing report reveals that Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are becoming increasingly important channels for bringing in new clients.

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