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How Google May Add to its Knowledge Base with Entities and Attributes from Search Queries

Millions of searches stream into Google everyday as people try to meet their informational and situational needs. But those searches don’t disappear after the searches. They provide Google with some very interesting and useful information in return. For instance, they tell Google what people are interested in real time – right at this moment. Those …

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Extracting Semantic Classes and Corresponding Instances from Web Pages and Query Logs

In creating a knowledge base, there seem to be a number of approaches that can be used to supply entities and facts from sources like web pages and query logs. In my last post, I wrote about how search queries might be used, along with linguistic patterns, to extract attributes about facts from those search …

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7 Key Strategies to Generate More Leads from Social Media

Social media can serve as a gateway for high quality leads. Businesses often underutilize the power of social media in generating vital leads and spend a lot on other channels of digital marketing in source of leads. Social media is an interactive platform for connecting with people so as to exchange, create and share information …

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7 Key Strategies to Generate More Leads from Social Media

Social media can serve as a gateway for high quality leads. Businesses often underutilize the power of social media in generating vital leads and spend a lot on other channels of digital marketing in source of leads. Social media is an interactive platform for connecting with people so as to exchange, create and share information …

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10 Outreach Best Practices That Separate Success From Failure

It’s easy to copy and paste a template and then hit send – we see it all the time, as you yourself probably got two to three pitches at least today, no matter your profession. And most of those pitches are bad: they are bad for lots of different reasons, but most of the time, there …

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10 Outreach Best Practices That Separate Success From Failure

It’s easy to copy and paste a template and then hit send – we see it all the time, as you yourself probably got two to three pitches at least today, no matter your profession. And most of those pitches are bad: they are bad for lots of different reasons, but most of the time, there …

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What’s the Deal With Links From M.Biz? Should You Disavow?

Do links from m.biz have a negative SEO impact on your site? Do you need to disavow them to be safe? Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Ranking Boost Possible Without Penguin Refresh From Google

Google Webmaster Trends analyst John Mueller says sites shouldn’t focus on individual factors of individual algorithms, but rather on fixing sites themselves to improve rankings. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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Ranking Boost Possible Without Penguin Refresh From Google

Google Webmaster Trends analyst John Mueller says sites shouldn’t focus on individual factors of individual algorithms, but rather on fixing sites themselves to improve rankings. Search Engine Watch – Latest

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8 Content Marketing Strategies to Borrow From Bigger Brands by @YEC

Make top content marketing strategies used by big brands work for your small business. The post 8 Content Marketing Strategies to Borrow From Bigger Brands by @YEC appeared first on Search Engine Journal. Search Engine Journal

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From Dull to Engaging: How to Build Shareable Content Around Less-Than-Exciting Subjects

Let's face it — very few products actually sell themselves. The majority of products on the market just aren't as exciting as the new iPhone, Beats by Dre, or the 6th Game of Thrones book (which may or may not ever exist). Trust me, I understand — I work for an online test prep company, …

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Pigeon Advice from Top Local SEOs and a Pigeon-Proofing Checklist

Posted by MiriamEllis If you work in Local SEO, chances are you’ve been fielding tons of questions from clients since Google rolled out the Pigeon update in late July. Need a little extra support providing sound advice in what are still the early days of this development that has caused both organic and local ranking …

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Positionly Perks – Exclusive Discounts from the Most Popular Apps On The Web

Who doesn’t like discounts? We prepared for you an exclusive deals from the best web apps out there – Paylane, Shoplo, Userlike, Nozbe and many more! Didn’t see Positionly Perks yet? Claim your offer now – the discount is on us. Paylane – 5% off PayLane fees and 10€ off monthly fee   Paylane… Read …

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7 Content Marketing Lessons Learned from Losing 225,418 Visitors a Month by @neilpatel

During its peak, the KISSmetrics blog received 768,766 visitors a month and was growing at a rapid pace. Can you guess what our monthly traffic is now? We get 543,348 visitors, which means our traffic is down by a whopping 225,418 visitors. Some of the traffic drop is intentional, but some of it isn’t. Here is what I …

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Extracting Facts for Entities from Sources such as Wikipedia Titles and Infoboxes

There are a number of patents from Google, both granted patents and pending patent applications, that describe ways that Google might learn about entities and about facts associated with those by extracting the information from the Web itself instead of relying upon people submitting information to knowledge bases such as Freebase. We learned from Google’s …

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