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Report: Facebook Rules Social Media

April 20th, 2010 by Team Pi
According to a study by comScore, social media is dominated by Facebook. In the comparative study of social media traffic in March 2009 and March 2010, there have been several changes. In March 2010, Facebook accounts for 41% of social media traffic, with MySpace coming in next with 24%. Google’s Gmail captured 15% and Twitter has [...]
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How are Fortune 100 Companies Influencing Social Media?

April 19th, 2010 by Team Pi
An infographic created by Flowtown has revealed how several Fortune 100 companies are using social media to manage their engagements and generate followers. The percentage of these companies using different social networking sites is Twitter (65%), Facebook (54%), YouTube (50%) and Corporate Blogs (33%). 79% of the companies use atleast one of these sites, but only [...]
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Library of Congress To Get Twitter’s Complete Archive

April 19th, 2010 by Team Pi
full movie of chalet girl The U.S Library of Congress has announced through its official Twitter account that it will obtain the entire archives of Twitter messages, right from 2006, when Twitter first started. The U.S Library of Congress is the world’s biggest library. The inclusion of Twitter’s messages would help advance academic research as the [...]
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Eight Unique Non-Traditional Search Engines

April 17th, 2010 by Team Pi
There are traditional search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Twitter. And then there are distinctively search engines that allow you to locate or purchase the craziest things you never thought possible. Eight of these different types of search engines are: Dead Cell Zones, Things You Saw in a Movie, Storm Events, Pillbox, TypoBuddy, Filler Item [...]
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A Relevant Title Can Get You A Higher Search Ranking

April 16th, 2010 by Team Pi
Google and the other search engines frequently find a huge number of stories with the same matter online. It is interesting to know the factors that determine which story features at the top of the search results. Google selects the website that contains the most relevant title to match the user’s search query. This indicates that [...]
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Optimize Your Way to Success with Effective SEO Tips

April 16th, 2010 by Team Pi
Search engine optimization is a tried and tested strategy to successfully drive traffic to your website. Intense SEO tactics involve developing relevant content for your website to make it attractive. Some effective SEO tactics are given below to help you in the overall optimization process. Continuous monitoring of your search standings and page ranking, choosing and [...]
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Promoted Tweets Can Help Businesses

April 14th, 2010 by Team Pi
Twitter has launched its advertising platform, Promoted Tweets, where the tweets will be visible at the top of Twitter search results. They would however, be limited to one tweet per page. Brands can benefit from Promoted tweets in the following ways. Brands can have a bigger audience of Twitter users who are interested in the brand, [...]
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Study: Fans Can Determine Brand Worth

April 14th, 2010 by Team Pi
A new study has shown that followers of a brand on social networking sites like Facebook can help determine how much the brand is worth. The study involved more than 41 million fans on Facebook and shows that a page having one million fans creates a minimum media value of $3.6 million. The study also showed [...]
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Tweets To Show in Bing Search Results

April 14th, 2010 by Team Pi
Bing, from Microsoft, has begun showing tweets in its search results, in an attempt to improve its queries relating to breaking news. Bing will put in the most relevant updates from Twitter at the top of the search results page, with an option to click “more social results” to see other related tweets. In 2009, Microsoft [...]
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Site Speed Counts For Ranking: Google

April 12th, 2010 by Team Pi
Site speed has been confirmed as a ranking factor in Google’s algorithm. However, Google has advised that this new ranking factor will affect very few queries and warns website owners not to give up relevant information over faster web pages. buy the lincoln lawyer the movie Google will measure page speed in two ways: how a page [...]
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