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Digital Marketing Research Publications for week 10 2014

7 March 2014

An overview of research published around the web around Digital Marketing topics. Week 10 of 2014.

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Facebook Insights Glossary of Terms

7 March 2014

Often marketers use terms which are confusing. Like terms used for Facebook Insights. Here's an overview of what means what in Facebook Insights.

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Friday Commentary: Beverly Hills 90210 & Belonging – Content that Lets People Define Themselves

7 March 2014

An exploration of how and why content that allows us to define ourselves feeds our need to belong. Includes a photo of Luke Perry. You are welcome.

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Google Analytics Content Grouping: Why Are You Not Using It?

6 March 2014

Annabel Hodges gives a quick introduction to Content Grouping, and why it should already be a part of your Google Analytics dashboard.

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Restaurant Menus in Google Search Results – What Does It Mean For Your Business?

6 March 2014

Google recently announced that users can browse restaurant menus in Google search. What does this mean for restaurants and their websites in the future?

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7 Ways to Deliver ROI in SEO

5 March 2014

Those working in SEO have often been asked to prove its value. Read some the ways to show clients and colleagues the Return on Investment for SEO.

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Use Google Translate to bypass a paywall...

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Type the page into Google translate (replace the example with the page you want):

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